Marley and Me G Shocks!

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    Marley and Me G Shocks!

    Hi all,

    I just got home from the theater where I saw Marley and Me. (A blubber fest but a good movie.) There are several G shocks in the movie. One in particular has a ton of screen time as it is worn by Owen Wilson's main character John. I think it is a 5600 model, but not sure which. I'm pretty sure I also spotted a 6900 model in there somewhere. Anyone else catch them?
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    Re: Marley and Me G Shocks!

    nice watch and and even nicer pup, so cute


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    Re: Marley and Me G Shocks!

    Owen also wore a DW6600 in "Bottle Rocket."
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    Re: Marley and Me G Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by ShockMister View Post
    Owen also wore a DW6600 in "Bottle Rocket."
    Didn't he also wear a G-Shock in "Behind Enemy Lines"?

    That was a great flick btw...




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    Re: Marley and Me G Shocks!

    I don't remember any watches from that movie.
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    Re: Marley and Me G Shocks!

    I read the book last year, and must admit to losing my stiff upper lip during the final chapter.

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    Re: Marley and Me G Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by roadraider View Post
    Hi all,

    I just got home from the theater where I saw Marley and Me. (A blubber fest but a good movie.) There are several G shocks in the movie. One in particular has a ton of screen time as it is worn by Owen Wilson's main character John. I think it is a 5600 model, but not sure which. I'm pretty sure I also spotted a 6900 model in there somewhere. Anyone else catch them?
    I wonder why the end of the strap is sticking out as if he had wrists of a 5 year-old? Did he lose the strap keeper?

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    Re: Marley and Me G Shocks!

    Just got back from seeing the movie and thru the tears I did notice a 6900 worn by the male nurse who pushed Jennifer out in a wheelchair, and of course noticed the 5600!

    Quote Originally Posted by roadraider View Post
    Hi all,

    I just got home from the theater where I saw Marley and Me. (A blubber fest but a good movie.) There are several G shocks in the movie. One in particular has a ton of screen time as it is worn by Owen Wilson's main character John. I think it is a 5600 model, but not sure which. I'm pretty sure I also spotted a 6900 model in there somewhere. Anyone else catch them?
    MINE:
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    PRG-110G

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    G5600CC-2
    GLX5600A-3
    Baby-G BG-169A

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    wo .. great book "marley and Me!"........
    watches are meant to tell times..

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