Pitching Machine Kids
Within Tenuta La Badiola, you open a golf driving range lying between sea and hills dotted with olive trees: here the ocher of the bunker and the green of the fairway, you mix lit the blue skies of the Maremma. The area of ??the field practice of Tenuta La Badiola is spread over an undulating surface of 30,000 sqm. There are eight stations with 4-hole hitter with a target distance of 50, 100, 150 and 220 m. In addition, there are a putting green and two areas for pitching machine kids green, with a total area of ??1. 500mq. The location of Tenuta La Badiola strategic golfers: there are, in fact, the available fields in the immediate vicinity. Enjoy measure your best drive on any day other than a green. The classic one-armed slot pitching machine kids "Classic Gamester" is the first electronic slot pitching machine kids that was created by Inter Media Games. The game is simple for anyone to play, and fun for children. If you're turning on the sound you can hear traditional pitching machine kids sounds like serving the poor, stopping the roll and the sound when you've won a prize. This slot pitching machine kids is easy to operate it once and then clicking the handle with the mouse. The pitching machine kids pays out if there are two or three similar fruits. on the center line be located after the handle is pulled. The rollers run at different speeds and two each with a different duration. This is determined at random for each gamble. If you have a price equal to two fruits you can add the price of your bet, simply by playing. You can also secure two similar fruits and play again. In that case, the price you win by half, even when the third reel stop on the same fruit. Honey, I Shrunk the pitching machine kids is a 1989 American film directed by Joe Johnston. The film was released by Walt Disney Pictures. Lead roles are played by Rick Moranis, Matt Frewer, Marcia Strassman and. The scattered inventor Wayne Szalinski working on his latest creation, a pitching machine kids that can shrink people and objects up to 1% of their normal size. The machine does not yet good, and constantly blowing objects. Wayne is so busy with his invention that he neglects his family. His wife Diane, who works as a broker, spends the night with her mother, and his children, Amy and Nick, have largely left to fend for themselves. Wayne also has problems with his neighbor, "Big Russ' Thompson. Thompson's children, Ron and "Little Russ", find their neighbors but also strange. When Little Russ in baseball accidentally a baseball through the window of the Szalinski's turn, he inadvertently activates the diminutive machine. When Amy, Russ, Nick and Ron visit the attic to retrieve the ball, they are all reduced to four by the pitching machine kids the size of insects. The pitching machine kids is then deactivated so that there is no evidence that he worked. Wayne comes back, and the children are desperately trying to attract his attention. Wayne only has eyes for his machine. Thinking that the thing still does not work, he takes it apart and threw it into the rubbish. Here he accidentally throws the four children out. They land in the garden of the house. The four are now forced to try again to reach home, hoping to warn Wayne yet. That is not easy, given their size since the lawn behind the house has become a kind of jungle. Meanwhile, Wayne discovered the broken window, see the baseball, and concludes that the diminutive pitching machine kids has been activated. To his shock, he realizes what has happened to the children, and he starts off the lawn desperately searching for the foursome. The children know the house eventually reached by an ant. Then penetrate into the house with their dog, Quark. In the house the four found by Wayne, who has restored his machine. By the instructions of the children he discovers how he can prevent the pitching machine kids just blowing things up and restore the four to their normal size. The film was recorded late 1988. Recording took place among others in Mexico City and San Diego. The scene in which Diane leaving a supermarket was incorporated into a supermarket in Beverly Hills. The title of the film was adapted a few times during production. Originally, the film "Teenie weenies" to be called, but that title was rejected for fear that too much then the film would not sound like a children's and adult audiences would appeal. Other titles that were eligible were "Grounded" and "The Big Backyard". John Candy and Chevy Chase were initially approached for the role of Wayne Szalinski, but both essentially the roll. Candy director Joe Johnson gave the advice to Rick Moranis, however, ask for the role. Moranis accepted. In 1992 the film received a sequel titled Honey, I Blew Up the Kid. Rick Moranis and Marcia Strassman also play in this movie along as Wayne and Diane Szalinski. In 1994 Walt Disney Worlds Epcot attraction 3D Honey, I Shrunk the Audience opened. This attraction also was subsequently taken over by Tokyo Disneyland, Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris. In 1997, half sequel film called Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves. This film was released directly to video. Only Rick Moranis played here again the role of his character from the original film. The film also introduces some new characters. Finally the film was a spin-Offin the form of a television series, also titled Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Peter Scolari took over about the role of Wayne Szalinski about. . . .