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1987 FILM DIRECTED BY JOSEPH SARGENT
Jaws The Revenge; Jaws 4; Jaws IV; Jaws the Revenge; Jaws 4: The Revenge; Jaws IV: The Revenge; Jaws 19
  • A frame from the sequence where the shark is destroyed, showing the crude shark model. Henry Millar was awarded for "Worst Visual Effects" at the [[1987 Golden Raspberry Awards]].

Jaws      
n. Der weiße Hai, Film mit Regie von Steven Spielberg in 1975 (mit Richard Dreyfuss und Roy Schneider in den Hauptrollen)
bench vise         
  • Basic workshop grade "bench" vise
  • Hand vices
  • Woodworker's face vise, with entirely wooden jaws
  • Leg vise
  • Wooden vise from Löffelholz-Codex, Nuremberg 1505
  • A miniature vise with a suction cup base
MECHANICAL APPARATUS USED TO SECURE AN OBJECT TO ALLOW WORK TO BE PERFORMED ON IT
Bench vice; Bench vise; Vice (tool); Vised; Vising; Vises; Soft jaw; Soft jaws; Vise (tool); Wood Vice; Wood vice; Engineer's vise; Engineer's vice; Face vise
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Definition

jaw
I
n.
1) to move one's jaw (his jaw was broken and he could not move it)
2) to set one's jaw (she set her jaw in determination)
3) to dislocate one's jaw
4) the lower; upper jaw
5) (misc.) snatched from the jaws of death
II
v. (colloq.) (D; intr.) ('to speak angrily') to jaw about; at

Wikipedia

Jaws: The Revenge

Jaws: The Revenge is a 1987 American horror film produced and directed by Joseph Sargent. It is a direct sequel to Jaws 2, ignoring the events of Jaws 3-D, and is the fourth and final film in the franchise. Lorraine Gary came out of retirement to reprise her role from the first two films while new cast members include Lance Guest, Mario Van Peebles, Karen Young and Sir Michael Caine.

The film focuses on a now-widowed Ellen Brody (Lorraine Gary) after Chief Brody died from a heart attack, her conviction that a great white shark is seeking revenge on her family, particularly when it kills her son, and follows her to the Bahamas. Jaws: The Revenge was shot on location in New England and in the Bahamas, and completed on the Universal lot. As with the first two films, Martha's Vineyard was the location of the fictional Amity Island for the opening scenes.

While production of the other three films in the series took around two years each, Jaws: The Revenge was made in less than nine months. According to associate producer and production manager Frank Baur during the sequel's filming, "This (Revenge) will be the fastest I have ever seen a major film planned and executed in all of my 35 years as a production manager." The lowest grossing film of the franchise with only $51.9 million, it was universally lambasted by critics, who criticized the story, acting, and effects. It is considered by some to be one of the worst movies ever made. The film introduced the infamous tagline "This time, it's personal."