Corrected entry: If indeed a crocodile can/will not attack underwater, then why does the crocodile in this movie do so several times? Whether crocodiles actually *CAN* or *DO* attack underwater in real life is all fine and dandy, but in this movie, with this movie's rules of nature, how come Oliver Platt's character is wrong?redbaron2000
Corrected entry: In the scene where the croc leaps out of the water and snatches the bear and drags it back in, the bear is nothing more than some inflated (now deflated) hairy latex-like replica. The final shot of the bear before he goes under is the most obvious.
Corrected entry: Hector is supposed to be this skilled crocodile hunter/trapper. In one scene, he accidentally traps the sheriff in the old fashioned rope-in-the-tree-leaves-the-sheriff-dangling-from-the-tree trap. Now this is a trap designed for small animals or people, how effective would this trap be to a 30 foot crocodile?
Trivia: In the scene with Fonda and Gleeson reaching the morgue to look at the tooth, you can hear in the background a page for Dr Miner. Steve Miner directed the film.
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