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Terminator statue in Ripley's Orlando Odditorium is, in fact, odd

Terminator-full-bodyThe Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Orlando Odditorium has acquired a life-size statue of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator that doubles as a tribute to the film industry and its biggest stars. The piece, by artist Enrique Ramos, took five months to create and uses a variety of media – “even a real vampire bat!” says the release – and will be accompanied by a motorcycle when it moves to Ripley’s Hollywood Odditorium later this year. Edward Meyer, Ripley’s VP of Exhibits and Archives, describes the statue as Ramos’ opus, “his 9th Symphony – both in complexity, detail, and historic scope. He has virtually told the history of the film industry in one spectacular sculpture.” Click here to see a large full body shot, and see how many films and stars you can pick out. (Spoiler: That’s Cameron Diaz on his forehead and Julia Roberts on his cheek.) We got the full list, which we’ll paste below. The sculpture seems, well, not all that thrilling at first. But when you see two of the close-ups, it becomes slightly cooler… 

And the list:

Cameron Diaz
Jimmy Neutron
Julia Roberts
Pearl Harbor
The Mummy
Mickey Mouse
Jurassic Park
Bart Simpson
Homer Simpson
Wolverine
Dracula
Spider-Man
Citizen Kane
Harry Potter
Iron Man
The African Queen
Psycho
A Streetcar Named Desire
Star Wars
R2-D2
C-3PO
Darth Vader
Chewbacca
T2
Planet of the Apes
E.T.
Pinocchio
Superman
Gremlins
Predator
Rocky
Shrek
Jason (Friday the 13th)
Pirates of the Caribbean
Davy Jones
Jack Sparrow
Elizabeth Swann
The Black Pearl
Ship’s compass
The Wizard of Oz
Dorothy
Cowardly Lion
The Tin Man
Elvis
Marilyn Monroe
Charlie Chaplin
Laurel & Hardy
Indiana Jones
Frankenstein
Oscar statue
Fargo
Pan’s Labyrinth
La Dolce Vita
Jaws
Gladiator
Spartacus
Batman
Avatar
Casablanca
King Kong
Aliens
Titanic
Clash of the Titans
War of the Worlds

The MGM Lion
Quasimodo
Back to the Future
Public Enemies
Troy

Originally posted March 4 2011 — 5:09 PM EST

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