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PARENTHETICAL CAPTURES FROM THE MOTION PICTURE 'JAWS'

Roy Scheider's Cheif Brody leafs through a shark book & comes across a shark tower idea, later used in JAWS 2
JAWS is celebrating the 40th Anniversary this year, a timeless summer classic directed by Steven Spielberg with images as iconic as anything in the history of film: so here are some cool shots you don't always get to see, along with descriptions, trivia, and beyond.
Jeffrey Kramer's Hendricks is the Barney Fife of Amity, and here's a classic dim reaction
Unlike the poor pooch Pippit, these two dogs survive but obviously aren't having a terrific time
When Richard Dreyfuss' Hooper answers "Tiger Shark," the camouflage guy, Dick Young, replies "A What?" hilariously
Glowing glimpse into the epic Spielberg magic, backed by a John Williams score, that would continue for decades
Part of the KILLER SHARK video game that ends the July 4th intro/montage with a bang... and then some
Wider shot of the KILLER SHARK video game as the camera then pans to a very busy beach
"A dark cloud in the form of... a killer shark" says JAWS novel author Peter Benchley as a reporter
Apocalypse Before as an annoyed Mayor bitterly shrugs off a shark-spotting helicopter
An old school scream queen reaction while the copter soars during the beach stampede
The Cute Hippie Artist Chick who bridges the beach to the pond, Carla Hogendyk is the true shark spotter 
Following the ominous opening credits, the bluesy fire-pit party includes this condom ad moment
Sean Brody, "bitten by a vampire," played by Chris Rebello, who died  of a heart attack in 2000
Like Hitchcock captured the seaside town in THE BIRDS, Spielberg provides a neat establishing shot
What type, literally, of death was this? Well the coroner says one thing before quickly changing his mind
Lee Fierro as Mrs. Kitner, the last to react... She later made a cameo in the abysmal JAWS 4: THE REVENGE
The central gunner who resembles Sam Bottoms aims at two practical joking kid brothers: "He made me do it!"
Lee Marvin was originally sought, Sterling Hayden considered, then, thank cinema god, Robert Shaw reigned
Here's a nice shot of the grungy, crowded boat that would wind up catching... that red herring Tiger Shark
This is a popular scene but take a look at that suddenly-oblivious coroner who changed facts to fiction
Another well known image, and it's great seeing a biscuit-chomping Shaw by his iconic chalkboard artwork
Back to basics: What seems like a shark attack is really boy & girl playing frisky in the water
An aesthetic cross between Peter Boyle and Grandpa Al Lewis, here's the Tiger Shark scene's White Rabbit
Scriptwriter and actor Carl Gottlieb directs the victorious shark photo within the shark movie
CLICK HERE for the first Cult Film Freak tribute to JAWS
Spielberg looked up to John Cassavetes, not vice versa, but there is a Jaws poster in Killing of a Chinese Bookie
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