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 Author: fracksfreakshow View Messages Posted By fracksfreakshow
 Posted: Jan 17, 2019 06:05
 Subject: Do these parts exist, first Lego movie
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 Topic: Catalog Identification
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fracksfreakshow (84)

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I've been asked for help seeing if I can find two parts from the first Lego
movie. Both parts are from the part of the movie when the different dimensions
are being explained, and both are from "Middle Zealand". The torso is covered
in leaches, the head was from a different character that looked like he was missing
his legs. I thought I read only actual Lego pieces were used during the movie.
 


 Author: crazylegoman View Messages Posted By crazylegoman
 Posted: Jan 17, 2019 11:05
 Subject: Re: Do these parts exist, first Lego movie
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In Catalog Identification, fracksfreakshow writes:
  I've been asked for help seeing if I can find two parts from the first Lego
movie. Both parts are from the part of the movie when the different dimensions
are being explained, and both are from "Middle Zealand". The torso is covered
in leaches, the head was from a different character that looked like he was missing
his legs. I thought I read only actual Lego pieces were used during the movie.

Unfortunately those printings do not exist in real life. When they say that
"only actual Lego pieces were used during the movie," they mean shapes and sizes
(mold types.) The printing does not exist in real life, but the underlying part
does.

David