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Pug Life – Terrible Dog Tattoos

Ha ha get it?? "Pug life"? Because "pug" rhymes with "thug"? It's a dog doing hard time! No one has ever thought of that! Oh, wait, everyone who got this tat on the Jersey Shore in 2004 has? Aw, bro

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Cat and Dog in Tuxedos – Terrible Dog Tattoos

What's that, you say? You find the idea of interspecies marriage cute? Besides the fact that it's a sign of the apocalypse, it's also humiliating for the poor animals. It's bad enough that that dog probably had to pose in a tux for the tattoo artist

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Sad Dog – Terrible Dog Tattoos

On the one hand, it's not a bad drawing. As a tattoo though, it looks like it was drawn on with Sharpie. Why go through all the pain of getting a tat when it just looks like something your 8th grade girlfriend doodled in Health class?

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Dog With Exposed Brain – Terrible Dog Tattoos

On first glance, this is a pretty good scary dog tat. But then you look closer, and you realize the poor pup's brain is exposed. Not only is this an unsettling tattoo, it promotes bizarre Frankenstein-esque experiments on harmless unsuspecting pooches

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Pug With a Plunger Gun – Terrible Dog Tattoos

We can't decide whether this one is terrible or awesome. Dog with a beanie? Who doesn't like that? Dog firing a plunger gun? Fanciful, but we'll go with it. Dog shooting himself in the head with said plunger gun, thus humiliating himself and suggesting he is on the low end of the intelligence spectrum? Not cool

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Three-Legged Dog – Terrible Dog Tattoos

This image of a three-legged dog is sad enough. Why you want to wear it on your body for all time is another story entirely. Maybe it was the wearer's dog, maybe they just have a morbid sense of humor

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Amber Scott — ‘Hook’ Then and Now

Then: Amber Scott played little Maggie Banning -– the only lost girl among the Lost Boys -– in ‘Hook.’ It remains her only movie credit. She also sang (or more likely lip-synced) 'Hook's' Oscar-nominated song 'When You're Alone' live at the 64th Academy Awards.

Now: In 2006, Scott graduated from Trinity College, where she was a member of the Delta P

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Charlie Korsmo — ‘Hook’ Then and Now

Then: Korsmo was kind of a big deal in the early '90s. The wide-eyed child actor played prominent roles in ‘Dick Tracy’ and ‘What About Bob?,’ in addition to his turn as Jack Banning in ‘Hook.’ After a seve

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Dante Basco — ‘Hook’ Then and Now

Then: Basco's first role was in the Michael Jackson anthology film ‘Moonwalker.’ Three years later, the then-15-year-old scored his most famous role to date in 'Hook' as Rufio, the leader of the Lost Boys.

Now: Basco h

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Jasen Fisher — ‘Hook’ Then and Now

Then: Jasen Fisher appeared in a trio of high profile films as a child actor -- ‘Parenthood,’ ‘Witches’ and, lastly, ‘Hook,’ in which he played Lost Boy Ace. Despite being nominated for a Young Artist award for his work in ‘Par

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James Madio — ‘Hook’ Then and Now

Then: For his first film role James Madio played the curiously named Lost Boy "Don’t Ask" in 'Hook.'

Now: ‘Hook’ was the first step in a successful acting career for Madio, who you may recognize from ‘The Basketball Diaries’ or ‘Band of Brothers’ (where he reunited with Spielberg), among other high-profile projects. The Bronx-born 36-year-old most

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Isaiah Robinson — ‘Hook’ Then and Now

Then: Robinson was plucked from the halls of William H. Ray Elementary School in Chicago to play the role of Pockets, the Lost Boy who first recognizes Peter Banning as Peter Pan in 'Hook.' It was the sol

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Raushan Hammond — ‘Hook’ Then and Now

Then: Hammond made his acting debut in ‘Hook’ as Thud Butt, a Lost Boy who isn’t afraid to throw his weight around. Peter Pan appoints Thud Butt leader of the group when he returns to adulthood at the end of the film.

Now: An acto

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9. ‘Making the Grade’ (1984) — Sequels That Never Happened

This Prince-and-the-Pauper movie follows a prep school snob (Palmer Woodrow the III) trading places with a street kid (Eddie, played by Judd Nelson). Hilarity ensues with plenty of belching, breakdancing and a standout performance by then-unknown Andrew “Dice” Clay. During the closing credits, viewers are informed that Palmer and Eddie will be back in 'Tourista.'  But the poor box office killed the sequel and the closest we’ve come to 'Tourista' is the 2008 backpacker horror film 'Turistas.'

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8. ‘Doctor Detroit’ (1983) — Sequels That Never Happened

Another fish-out-of-water comedy was 1983’s 'Doctor Detroit,' in which Dan Aykroyd plays a nerdy college professor who assumes the role of a freaky urban pimp with a metal hand. At the film’s end, after Dr. Detroit defeats his rival pimp (an older woman named “Mom”) the closing credits warn us that there’s to be a sequel titled 'Doctor Detroit II: The Wrath of Mom.'  (A play upon the Star Trek sequel 'The Wrath of Khan.') While this was probably a gag, we're still waiting for the return of Howard Hesseman's "Smooth Walker."

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