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Great job on that!  (And I can’t see what you missed...)

 

Are the characters from a specific movie? 

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20 minutes ago, Chris Palmer said:

Great job on that!  (And I can’t see what you missed...)

 

Are the characters from a specific movie? 

No idea. I remember the two together in the Apple Dumpling Gang years ago. Here’s a picture of that blister where they both appeared:  255F1EED-C6B7-49FA-9B81-FC2384CC1A0B.thumb.jpeg.1f421e280a353625e1216da6c5222354.jpeg  

 

Wasn’t Don Knots a cop Barney Fife or something? I’m thinking that’s why he has the cap. 

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4 minutes ago, Iridil said:

I fail to find what's missing as well - but like figure and paint job!

Would it help to say it’s in the weaponry?

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Good work!

 

And yes, Don Knotts played Deputy Barney Fife on the Andy Griffith show.

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On July 5, 2018 at 5:10 PM, Chaoswolf said:

Good work!

 

And yes, Don Knotts played Deputy Barney Fife on the Andy Griffith show.

Thanks Chaoswolf! Couldn't remember the name of the program to save my life, but being it wasn't a life or death situation, was too lazy to hunt it down on the all powerful, all knowing internet. 

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Alrighty, so I'm guessing nobody ever figured it out, so a visual hint,  because I couldn't leave it undone.  627910039_DF-437C.JPG.22c7513da4958421066f3eff36d938d1.JPG

Does anybody see it now?

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15 hours ago, Citrine said:

The Hilt...

Exactly!  I had blackened it out, with the thought of painting it afterwards and then for whatever reason ended up forgetting it was even there.  I didn't even notice it until after I'd taken the picture.

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