How are Cinematography and Memorabilia Related to Sharks?

by Sylvie Leochko - Date: 2007-01-19 - Word Count: 250 Share This!

Sharks have influenced both cinematography and its memorabilia through the years. From Jaws the movie to shark mugs representing the same jaws that terrified swimmers since 1975, the various articles that are related to sharks is dizzying at times.

Remember, the jaws theme song playing and giving you chills while expecting to hear the screams of its next prey? And what about researching all about jaws movie facts or viewing these jaws movie clips just to put you in the movie prior to your hundredth viewing of jaws the movie?

Others prefer memorabilia related to sharks based on reality rather than fiction. For instance, they prefer to watch documentaries or videos that are either informative about sharks and their natural behavior. If you are one of them, you would relish viewing either some funny shark video clips, a video of shark in waves, some attacking shark videos a video of shark giving birth or even a video of Greenland shark.

The type of memorabilia matching this type of cinematography interest would be such as: a hammerhead towel, some hammerhead bed liners or even a shark head replica. As you can see, the variety of items that are made available to a shark amateur is amazing.

And finally, the shark amateur that prefers cinematography of a different nature that is based on sharks while leaving place for the imagination and laughter, will definitely prefer watching some great white sharks cartoon or funny shark video clips. In such topics, the sky…pardon me…the ocean is the limit.

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My name is Sylvie Leochko. I have always been intrigued by sharks, their species, especially one of the most feared types of sharks known to mankind, the great white shark. My fascination with sharks led me to share my knowledge of them with you. If you are as interested in sharks as I am, I encourage you to follow this link:

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