Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by dply, Sep 27, 2011.
Washington makes an appearance later on too.
These are probably the best things on the internet
I didn't realize Rugged was so talented.
Secret footage of DBT in his allsome tux taking his beer lapping date to prom in a convertible. Just jerking ya!
Dude. How the **** was this **** filmed?
Part one is good too:
No kidding. ROFLMAO.... great stuff!
I'm in ****ing awe of these. I can't figure out how they shot them though.
The Ninja asks to watch the "Buff Guy" every day when I get home. I never say no.
Basically, the guys who made this have spliced together bits and pieces from the 1978 movie "Buffalo Rider" (now public domain and actually based on a true story) and added original music. I don't know how they filmed it back in 1978 but that's the source material they're using.
You can watch the full "Buffalo Rider" movie here:
dply, you beat me to it.
I saw it on attack of the show last night and laughed my butt off. I can't wait for episode 3.
Wow... for the first time in my life, Wikipedia fails me. No entry for "Buffalo Rider" movie; although there is a sparse IMDB entry. It looks like the tagline was: Riding 2000 pounds of revenge! Awesome...
That buffalo kicked the **** out of that Cougar with 1 swift blow, while chomping down on the grass.......marking down a W for this weekend already
That was actually the wolf. The guy, we shall call him Rugged, beat that cougar up so bad she ran away.
smacked it in the face!
Get outta here kitty cat!
This week, Rugged punches the girl.
I know how these videos were made, jackass. I was asking how they filmed it with the dude getting attacked and whatnot. Also, these episodes are following our season against pac schools. Buffalo vs bear in ep 1 then buffalo vs coug in ep 2. Next week, is the buffalo gonna bang a tree?
-- I'm a Guy On A Buffalo --
Can't wait to see what the ep for the Oregon game is gonna be
I actually watched the whole movie. It's not bad but I'm concerned they might only have enough material for 6 episodes or so. At any rate, I did some research and here's what I was able to find out. The guy who plays Buffalo Jones is a guy named Rick Guinn. Apparently back in the day he was a rodeo star of some kind and his family has a ranch up in Alberta (http://www.boundaryranch.com/menu01/geninfo_01b.html). I also found this in a newspaper article:
The article says nothing about where he learned to bare-hand fight cougars. Fail.
I would imagine most of the other animal scenes involved a special stunt company that specializes in that sort of thing. Maybe something like this:
we are caring way to much about the How. Let's focus on the What. DUDE PUNCHED A ****ING COUGAR.
Agreed. I pay to watch a movie, not the stupid extras about how it was made.
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