Fish Man Gets His Chicken: The Movie

An International Cast!

Starring: M. Henri Le Poisson
Co-Starring: Sir R. Chicken

World class actors bring their finest to the action-packed, true-to-life, thrill-filled Fish Man Gets His Chicken – filmed in the deepest wilds of South America!

A Thrilling Tale of Adventure, Love, and Redemption!

A scientific expedition traveling up the Amazon River to recover fossils is watched and attacked by Fish Man, a horrible creature, half man, half fish, who lives there.

Through acts of kindness, Fish Man is rescued from his slimy and fetid existence. Civilized, and with a doctoral degree from a famous university, his life is changed.

He learns the arts of brewing and barbecuing.

Fish Man Gets His Chicken
Fish Man Gets His Chicken
Fish Man Becomes Civilized
Fish Man Becomes Civilized

Fin Mail Photo of M. Henri Le Poisson

For $5.00 and a box top, you may receive this lovely secular holiday greeting card to send to your friends and family.

With love to you from me - your friend, Henri

Get one for everybody on your holiday list!

Fish Hat [Dead or Alive?] Eyes

When this hat came out in Knitty, I just knew I had to make it.

The eyes in the pattern are made of felt and stitched in place. I decided to knit mine up, and did so as below, using needles a size or two smaller.

Cast on 4 stitches. Knit front and back of each stitch – 8 stitches. Transfer to double point needles, place marker at round beginning.

Rnd 1: Knit

Rnd 2: Knit front and back each stitch – 16 stitches.

Rnd 3: Knit

Rnd 4: *Knit front and back, knit 1,* repeat to end – 24 stitches

Rnd 5: Knit

Rnd 6: *Knit front and back, knit 2,* repeat to end – 32 stitches

Rnd 7: Knit

Rnd 8: *Knit front and back, knit 3,* repeat to end – 40 stitches

Rnd 9 and 10: Knit

Bind off.

The Eye of the Fish
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3 thoughts on “Fish Man Gets His Chicken: The Movie

  1. Doug December 20, 2009 / 9:13 pm

    That’s not a secular holiday greeting card, it’s a frying-pan-theistic holiday greeting card!

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