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DID YOU KNOW..?
- ....that there have been seven versions of the film Blade Runner shown?
- ....that most of the Blade Runner soundtrack didn't see the light of day until the 1992 release of the Director's Cut version of the film?
- ....that a replicant - a bioengineered or biorobotic being in the film Blade Runner - got its name from screenwriter David Peoples' daughter, who suggested the term "replicating," which is the process of duplicating cells for cloning?
- ....along with The Man in the High Castle, the 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - upon which the movie Blade Runner was based - is Philip K. Dick’s most famous novel?
This user believes Deckard is a replicant!
I am a firm believer that Deckard is indeed a replicant and he hunts and kills his own kindRead more >
This is kind of an extension to my previous activities of splitting up articles between their Blade Runner and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (DADOES) counterparts.
I'm currently reading through the…Read more >
Just for fun, I've added a couple of new templates to the Wiki to be displayed on user pages. These are designed to display your opinion in the famous debate over Deckard's true nature.
If you add , i…Read more >