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  • I saw this movie on the silver screen in the 70s and feel it is one of best horror movies ever made, have been trying now for months to get a copy on video or dvd, but are unable to buy one anywhere, if you or anyone else out there know where to buy a copy could you let me know please, also another great horror one made around the same time called siamese twins also seems impossible to locate.

    Brian G. Hutton’s Night Watch (1973)

  • The real error, in my opinion, was in failing to note that while certain Third Planeters have grown to maturity with four eyes, these are a very rare type called siamese twins.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Our siamese is a bugger for getting stuck up trees.

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  • The siamese is a stray i rescued - actually she came to my house together with her litter of two - and subsequently had another litter (she was pregnant when she appeared on my doorstep).

    About.com Cats

  • In the case of Chang and Eng Bunker, a pair of Thai cojoined twins who traveled with P.T. Barnum's circus for many years and from whom the term "siamese twins" comes, they were joined by "a band of flesh, cartilage, and their fused livers at the torso."

    How Twins Go Bad

  • The fruit looked like pink siamese-twin pears with little thorns on the bottom.

    365 tomorrows » 2009 » January : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • Well you can have two headed turtles, and siamese snakes, why not a snake with a leg?

    Snake With Foot | My[confined]Space

  • Dali Lama and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, siamese twins, reunite.

    Beat 360° 10/8/09

  • Among the thousands of specimens depicted, there are few interesting anomalies thrown in: siamese goat twins, a flying dragon, a mythical seven-headed hydra and a fictive and very convincing metamorphosis of frogs into fishes.

    Jane Chafin: Is the Art World's One Percent Unraveling? A Fantastic Cabinet of Natural Curiosities

  • We are conjoined twins—or siamese twins for the less P.C. amongst us— joined together at the torso.

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