Many thanks for the great profile comparison, TheMask.
Look Who's Talking Too was released in 1990.
Look Who's Talking Now was released in 1993.
So Travolta was replaced with an imposter in the 1990-1993 time frame?
Here is a filmography of the Travolta/Fravolta-Entity:
The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) (post-production) .... Ryder Old Dogs (2009) (post-production) Bolt (2008) (post-production) (voice) Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey (2009) (completed) (voice) .... Dave Hairspray (2007) .... Edna Turnblad Wild Hogs (2007) .... Woody Stevens ... aka Blackberry (Philippines: English title: review title) Lonely Hearts (2006) .... Elmer Robinson ... aka Lonely Hearts Killers (Germany) Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D (2005) (voice) .... Jim Irwin Be Cool (2005) .... Chili Palmer Ladder 49 (2004) .... Captain Mike Kennedy A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004) .... Bobby Long The Punisher (2004) .... Howard Saint ... aka The Punisher (Germany) Basic (2003) .... Hardy Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) .... John Travolta as Goldmember in 'Austinp*ssy' ... aka Austin Powers: Goldmember (USA) Domestic Disturbance (2001) .... Frank Morrison Swordfish (2001) .... Gabriel Shear Lucky Numbers (2000) .... Russ Richards ... aka Bon numéro, Le (France) [L.Ron Hubbard Scientology-OTO-Crowley-followers-novel movie]Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 (2000) .... Terl ... aka Battlefield Earth (USA: short title)
The General's Daughter (1999) .... Warr. Off. Paul Brenner / Sgt. Frank White ... aka Wehrlos - Die Tochter des Generals (Germany) Our Friend, Martin (1999) (V) (voice) .... Kyle's Dad A Civil Action (1998) .... Jan Schlichtmann The Thin Red Line (1998) .... Brig. Gen. Quintard ... aka Mince ligne rouge, La (Canada: French title) [anti-Clinton propaganda film directed by Mike "The Graduate" Nichols timed with anti-Clinton impeachment coup attempt] Primary Colors (1998) .... Governor Jack Stanton ... aka Mit aller Macht (Germany) ... aka Primary Colors (France) Mad City (1997) .... Sam Baily Face/Off (1997) .... Sean Archer / Castor Troy ... aka Face Off She's So Lovely (1997) .... Joey Germoni ... aka Call It Love ... aka She's So Lovely (France) Michael (1996) .... Michael Phenomenon (1996) .... George Malley Broken Arrow (1996) .... Maj. Vic 'Deak' Deakins Get Shorty (1995) .... Chili Palmer White Man's Burden (1995) .... Louis Pinnock ... aka White Man (France) Pulp Fiction (1994) .... Vincent Vega Look Who's Talking Now (1993) .... James Ubriacco Shout (1991) .... Jack Cabe Eyes of an Angel (1991) .... Bobby ... aka The Tender (USA: TV title) Chains of Gold (1991) (TV) .... Scott Barnes Look Who's Talking Too (1990) .... James Ubriacco
Look Who's Talking (1989) .... James Ubriacco ... aka Daddy's Home The Experts (1989) .... Travis ... aka Experts, Les (Canada: French title) Basements (1987) (TV) .... Ben (segment "The Dumb Waiter") Perfect (1985) .... Adam Two of a Kind (1983) .... Zack Staying Alive (1983) .... Tony Manero Blow Out (1981) .... Jack Terry Urban Cowboy (1980) .... Bud
"Welcome Back, Kotter" .... Vinnie Barbarino (63 episodes, 1975-1979) - Barbarino's Baby (1979) TV episode .... Vinnie Barbarino - Bride and Gloom (1979) TV episode .... Vinnie Barbarino - A Winter's Coat Tale (1978) TV episode .... Vinnie Barbarino - Washington's Clone (1978) TV episode .... Vinnie Barbarino - The Barbarino Blues (1978) TV episode .... Vinnie Barbarino (58 more) Moment by Moment (1978) .... Strip Harrison Grease (1978) .... Danny Zuko Saturday Night Fever (1977) .... Tony Manero The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (1976) (TV) .... Tod Lubitch Carrie (1976) .... Billy Nolan The Devil's Rain (1975) .... Danny The Tenth Level (1975) (TV) "Medical Center" .... Danny (1 episode, 1974) - Saturday's Child (1974) TV episode .... Danny "The Rookies" .... Eddie Halley (1 episode, 1973) - Frozen Smoke (1973) TV episode .... Eddie Halley "Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law" (1 episode, 1972) - A Piece of God (1972) TV episode "Emergency!" .... Chuck Benson (1 episode, 1972) ... aka Emergencia (USA: Spanish title) ... aka Emergency One (USA: syndication title) - Kids (1972) TV episode .... Chuck Benson
I noticed the ears, that's the proof of an imposter right there, and also the jawline, nose, neck, forehead, head shape are all different. A look at youtube videos of the two movies also shows a different voice.
Fravolta has a bigger head, a wider face and a more prominent profile. The real Travolta has a flatter profile, meaning that the fore head, cheeks and chin are basically a straight line. The nose does not "pull the face forward" like the replacement.
Here are some photos to compare the full face shots.
The browline, the eyes and jawline are obvious differences.
I have wondered when I had seen the "fathead" Travolta what in the heck happened to him? Now I know, he's been replaced too.
Something that someone had touched upon which could be an indicator to the root of this, Scientology.
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Bahamas autopsy planned for John Travolta's son
NASSAU (Reuters) - An autopsy is planned in the Bahamas for actor John Travolta's 16-year-old son, who died suddenly during a vacation at his family's resort home, authorities said. Police Superintendent Basil Rahming said on Saturday the autopsy, which could determine the cause of death of Jett Travolta, was likely to be performed on Monday.
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor Will Smith, star of "Hanthingy" and "Seven Pounds", was voted the top money-making movie star of 2008, dethroning Johnny Depp in an annual poll released on Friday of movie theater owners and film buyers. Smith, 40, is only the second African-American actor to win the Quigley poll in its 76 year history. Sidney Poitier was placed first in 1968 after the success of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" and "In the Heat of the Night."
Heather Locklear in plea deal for reckless driving
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actress Heather Locklear pleaded no contest on Friday to a reduced charge of reckless driving in a plea deal stemming from her arrest in September on charges of driving under the influence of prescription drugs. Santa Barbara Assistant District Attorney Lee Carter said Locklear, 47, was sentenced to three years informal probation and a maximum fine of $900. She also must attend a drivers education program.
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The 20-year-old son of veteran rapper Dr. Dre died in August from an overdose of heroin and morphine, the Los Angeles County coroner's office said on Friday. Andre Young Jr was found dead by his mother at his Los Angeles home after spending a night out with friends.
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John Travolta and Kelly Preston’s son, Jett Travolta, died on Friday from a seizure on Grand Bahama Island. Michael Ossi, the family’s lawyer, told Reuters that Jett and the rest of the family were staying at the Old Bahama Bay Hotel when Jett suffered the seizure. While attempts were made to revive him, he died on the scene, Ossi told the press. Rand Memorial Hospital also reported the passing of a teenager, although they were unable to release a name, says TMZ.com.
A member of staff at the hotel– where Travolta owns a few oceanside homes– told Access Hollywood that she was “not allowed to talk about [the incident].” E! Online reports that a policeperson said “Jett apparently banged his head on a bathtub Friday morning,” which may have triggered the seizure.
John Travolta confirmed that his son suffered from Kawasaki Syndrome, although mentions that Jett was autistic have been denied. Travolta and his wife Kelly also have an eight-year-old daughter Ella Bleu.
John Travolta's Son, Jett, Dead at 16 Fri., Jan. 2, 2009 5:10 PM PST by Marcus Errico
Splash News Jett Travolta, the 16-year-old son of John Travolta and Kelly Preston, has died during a family vacation.
The family's attorney, Michael Ossi, confirmed the tragic news, telling E! News that the young man suffered a seizure at the Travolta clan's getaway at the Old Bahama Bay Hotel on Grand Bahama Island.
A police spokeswoman said Jett apparently banged his head on a bathtub Friday morning. Efforts were made to revive Jett, but he was pronounced dead at Rand Memorial Hospital, police said.
Citing privacy rules, a hospital official declined to release names, but told E! News, "We did have a young gentleman come in dead."
Meanwhile, Robert Gidel, president of Ginn Resorts, which owns Old Bahama Bay, said in a statement, "Our thoughts and prayers go out to John Travolta, Kelly Preston and their family on the tragic death of their son Jett."
"The Travolta family has become like family to us at Old Bahama Bay and we extend our deepest sympathies to them."
Jett had a history of seizures, according to Ossi. Preston had said her son suffered from Kawasaki disease, which can cause a variety of painful side effects, including seizures, and sometimes lead to heart problems.
Per Bahamian Chief Superintendent Basil Rahming, a team of officers from the Central Detective Unit were dispatched to investigate after receiving word at about 11:40 a.m. that Travolta's son had fallen ill.
Jett's body will remain at Rand Memorial pending an autopsy.
"It probably won't be until early next week that he's going to be shipped out of the country," said Glen Campbell, a mortician at the Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium, which is handling the transportation of the body.
Jett, named for his dad's love of flying, was the couple's oldest child. They also have a daughter, Ella Bleu, born in 2000.
—Additional reporting by Whitney English
(Originally published Jan. 2, 2008 at 1:11 p.m. PT.)
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Was it time for "them" to claim Travolta's/Fravolta's son... - a pay back so to speak - for JT's new success in Hollywood the last 10 years?
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They also replace people with doubles. For many years they recruited look-alikes who would serve their ends. Now they are perfecting cloning technology that will let them replace anybody. (The Illuminati by Abner Whateley)
Something that struck me in several places, so to speak, firstly, they were in the BAHAMAS where Anna Nicole Smith and Her son mysteriously dies. Is this some place of sacrifice?
Secondly, the child does not look like Travolta or Kelly PReston, of course, he's the child of the replacement.
Thirdly, Travolta and Preston are avid Scientologists. Now I'm not an expert on Scientology, but aren't they keen on having "perfect" subjects/children? Look at Fom Fruise and that cloning subject Suri? Something very peculiar.
Not that I think that someone cannot die from seizures that isn't conspiracy related, but something strikes me very odd about all the hoopla over this particular death. Of course children of stars have passed in years gone by but not with such media hype.
Is this a scheme by the illuminists to use this death as a distraction from the middle east war between Israel and the Palestinians? It's not "conflict", it's war when people die, it's war. I get tired of the word games.
But getting back to "Fravolta". I think he was replaced before his "comeback". The replacement Fravolta was used in Pulp Fiction with his co-hort illuminist actress Uma Thurman.
Someone on another forum brought up material about her. But suffice to say in this thread, something rotten happening and I'm suspicious.
I also mentioned on pseudocculmedia.blogspot.com about this BAHAMAS thing connected to JETT's death. "Coincidentally" in the same area of the CARIBBEAN/BERMUDA TRIANGLE/CENTRAL AMERICA other MK'ed stars are vacationing, tops of the list: BEYONCE&JAY Z, LILY ALLEN (with an older partner, likely a new programmer), KATY PERRY&AMY WINEHOUSE...
Years ago there was a girl group and one of the singers Left Eye Lopez was killed, wasn't she killed in one of these island locations?
She was from the group "TLC," it was in Honduras, Central America, and there was another Black songstress, Aliyah, who was killed in a plane crash in the Caribbean just before the 9-11 attacks (plane crashes). I brought that case up on NIR.
Lisa Lopes From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes
Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes Background information Birth name Lisa Nicole Lopes Also known as Left Eye Born May 27, 1971(1971-05-27) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Died April 25, 2002 (aged 30) La Ceiba, Atlántida, Honduras Genre(s) R&B, hip hop, pop Occupation(s) Rapper, singer-songwriter, actress Years active 1991–2002 Label(s) Arista, LaFace, Tha Row/Death Row Records Associated acts TLC, Missy Elliott Website LeftEye.com Lisa Nicole Lopes (May 27, 1971 – April 25, 2002), better known by her stage name Left Eye, was a Grammy Award-winning American rapper, singer-songwriter, teen idol, and member of the popular R&B group TLC.
Lopes contributed her own self-written raps to many of TLC's popular singles, including "Waterfalls" and "No Scrubs". Lopes was also a self-taught keyboardist and displayed those talents during her solo spot on TLC's headlining concert performances. She was also known for wearing a pair of glasses with a condom in place of the left eye lens in the beginning of her career, which was one of the ways the group promoted safe sex.
Contents [hide] 1 TLC 2 Solo career 2.1 Supernova 2.2 Eye Legacy 3 Personal life 4 Death 5 Lopes' UNI Studios 6 Discography 6.1 Solo albums 6.2 Solo singles 6.3 Cameo appearances 7 Tribute tracks 8 References 9 External links
 TLC Main article: TLC (band) TLC began life as a female trio called Second Nature. The group evolved into TLC - the letters of the band made up of the first initials of the three members - Tionne, Lisa and Crystal. Things didn't work out with Crystal Jones, and TLC's manager Perri "Pebbles" Reid brought in her back up dancer, Rozonda Thomas as a third member of the group. To keep the "initial" theme of the band's name, Rozonda needed a name starting with C, so she took on the nickname Chilli. Fellow bandmate Tionne Watkins became T-Boz, while Lopes renamed herself Left Eye, as she had once been told she had beautiful eyes, "particularly the left eye." Left Eye celebrated her nickname by wearing glasses with a condom over her left eye (also a promotion for safe sex), later evolving to a black stripe under the eye.
The group appeared on the scene in 1992 with the album Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip. With three hit singles, it sold 6 million copies worldwide and TLC became household names. After a few years' break, TLC came back with CrazySexyCool, selling over 15 million copies worldwide and cementing TLC as one of the biggest female groups of all time. TLC's third album Fanmail was released in 1999 and sold over 10 million copies worldwide. The album's title was a tribute to TLC's loyal fans. The album's sleeve contained the names of hundreds of fans as a thank you to everyone who supported them.
During the recording of Fanmail, a public conflict began between the three members of the group. Lopes sent a message to Vibe magazine saying, "I've graduated from this era. I cannot stand 100 percent behind this TLC project and the music that is supposed to represent me." In response to Lopes' comments, Watkins and Thomas stated to Entertainment Weekly that Lopes "doesn't respect the whole group" and "Left Eye is only concerned with Left Eye". In turn, Lopes sent a letter to Entertainment Weekly issuing a challenge to Watkins and Thomas to release solo albums and let the public decide who was the greatest member of TLC:
“ I challenge Tionne 'Player' Watkins (T-Boz) and Rozonda 'Hater' Thomas (Chilli) to an album entitled "The Challenge"... a 3-CD set that contains three solo albums. Each [album]... will be due to the record label by October 1, 2000...I also challenge Dallas 'The Manipulator' Austin to produce all of the material and do it at a fraction of his normal rate. As I think about it, I'm sure LaFace would not mind throwing in a $1.5 million dollar prize for the winner. ”
T-Boz and Chilli declined to take up the "Challenge", though Lopes always maintained she thought it was a great idea. Things were heated between the girls for some time, with Thomas speaking out against Lopes, calling her antics "selfish", "evil", and "heartless".
 Solo career After Fanmail, Lopes began to expand her solo career. She became a featured rapper on several singles, including former Spice Girl Melanie C's "Never Be the Same Again", which went to #1 in 35 countries, including the UK. She was also featured on the first single from Donell Jones' second album, entitled "U Know What's Up", and she sang "Space Cowboy" with *NSYNC on their 2000 album No Strings Attached. Lopes also collaborated on "Gimme Some" by Toni Braxton from her 2000 release The Heat. In 2001 she appeared in two commercials for The Gap, one solo and the other with India.Arie, Liz Phair, and Sheryl Crow, where she was featured singing, instead of rapping, for the first time alone.
Lopes was also the host of the short-lived MTV series, The Cut, a precursor to American Idol in which a handful of would-be pop stars, rappers, and rock bands competed against each other and were judged. The show's winner, which ended up being a male-female rap duo, was promised a record deal and funding to produce a music video, which would then enter MTV's heavy rotation. A then-unknown Anastacia finished in third place, but so impressed Lopes and the show's three judges, that she scored a record deal as well. About nine months before her death, Lopes appeared on the singers' edition of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire along with Joey McIntyre, Tyrese, Nick Lachey, and Lee Ann Womack. She dropped from a $125,000 question and won $32,000 for charity. A year later, in 2002, the episode of her drop was shown and was dedicated to her.
Lopes created "Left Eye Productions" to discover new talent. She helped the R&B trio Blaque to secure a record deal with Columbia Records. Their self-titled debut album was executive-produced by Lopes, who also made a cameo appearance on the album and in their music video "I Do". Lopes was also developing another new band called Egypt.
 Supernova Main article: Supernova (album) Lopes spent much of her free time after the conclusion of TLC's first headlining tour behind Fanmail recording her debut album, Supernova. It includes a song titled "A New Star is Born" is dedicated to her late father. She told MTV News:
“ That track is dedicated to all those that have loved ones that have passed away. It's saying that there is no such thing as death. We can call it transforming for a lack of better words, but as scientists would say, 'Every atom that was once a star is now in you.' It's in your body. So in the song I pretty much go along with that idea. ... I don't care what happens or what people think about death, it doesn't matter. We all share the same space." ”
Other tracks covered personal issues including her relationship with Rison. Amongst the album's 12 tracks was a posthumous duet with Tupac Shakur that was assembled from the large cache of unreleased recordings done prior to his murder in 1996. The unreleased song "Left Pimpin" was sampled for the song "Quickie", which is featured on TLC's fourth album, 3D. Initially scheduled for release on a date to coincide with the 10th anniversary of her father's passing, Supernova was then delayed for two months before her American label chose to shelve the project. The album was eventually released outside of the United States, and hardcore American TLC fans caused a demand for import copies of the album from the UK and Japan.
After numerous talks with Death Row Records CEO, Suge Knight, Lopes severed her solo deal with Arista Records (she remained contracted with the label as a member of TLC) and signed with Knight's Tha Row Records, intending to record a second solo album under the pseudonym N.I.N.A. (New Identity Not Applicable). N.I.N.A. was to include several songs recorded by and with Ray J.
 Eye Legacy Main article: Eye Legacy Before her death in 2002, Lisa recorded some songs for an album. In 2008 Lisa's family Decided to work with some producers to create a posthumous album in honour of her. Originally set to be released October 28, 2008, the release date was pushed back to November 11, then to January 27 2009. Crank it, which features her younger sister Reigndrop Lopes, was released as a promo single. The first official single is going to be "Let's Just Do It" which features Missy Elliott and TLC, the song is due to be released January 13, 2009.
 Personal life Lopes was often vocal about her personal life and difficult past. She readily admitted she had come from an abusive, alcoholic background and suffered with alcohol problems herself. These problems became headline news in 1994, when she set fire to her boyfriend Andre Rison's tennis shoes, which ultimately set fire to the mansion and burned it to the ground. She claimed "I was just trying to barbecue his tennis shoes," as revenge for his infidelity and abuse., and the fire got out of control.
Rison, a football player for the Atlanta Falcons, was allegedly physically abusive to Lopes and had been charged with assaulting her the previous year. Lopes, who was sentenced to 5 years probation and therapy at a halfway house, never was able to shake that incident from her reputation. Her tumultuous relationship with Rison continued to make headlines, with rumors of an imminent wedding, which were later debunked by People magazine.  Lopes was rumored to have adopted a young girl and named her Snow.
Adding to Lopes' flamboyant attitude, she had several large tattoos. Most prominent was a large eagle on her left arm which she said represented freedom. Later she added the number "80" around the eagle, which was Rison's NFL number. She also tattooed a moon with a face on her foot in reference to Rison's nickname, Bad Moon. On her right arm was the name Parron, for her late stepbrother, and a tattoo of a heart. Her smallest tattoo was on her left ear and consisted of an arrow pointing to her left over the symbol of an eye, a reference to her nickname..
 Death Lopes had already started work on both her second solo album and on songs for the fourth TLC album, 3D, when she was killed in a car accident in La Ceiba, Honduras on April 25, 2002. She was the sole fatality of eight people in the vehicle, a Mitsubishi Pajero that she was driving. The vehicle rolled several times, throwing Lopes out of the window. She died from severe head injuries. Lopes' mother Wanda later tried to sue Mitsubishi Motors, as the Pajero was prone to rollovers according to a 2001 Consumer Reports review. Her funeral was held at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia. Over 30,000 fans came from all over the world to bid her farewell. Engraved upon her white casket was her rap from "Waterfalls": "Dreams are hopeless aspirations, in hopes of coming true, believe in yourself, the rest is up to me and you." Lopes was buried at Hillandale Memorial Gardens, in Lithonia, Georgia.
In a statement to MTV, producer Jermaine Dupri remembered Lopes:
"She was determined to be something in life. She was a true Hip-Hop star. She didn't care about no press. She was the star out of the group. She was the one that would curse on TV. She had the tattoos. You could expect the unexpected. When you see Lisa, you could expect something from her. That's the gift she carried."
The controversy over autopsy photos which had been leaked following her death led to a protest by NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Earnhardt painted a stripe next to the left headlight decal on his #8 Chevrolet Monte Carlo for the Pontiac Excitement 400 at Richmond International Raceway to protest the display of her autopsy photos. A similar controversy befell Earnhardt after the death of his father, Dale Earnhardt, Sr. a year earlier.
A documentary on the final 26 days of Lopes' life, entitled The Last Days of Left Eye premiered at the Atlanta Film Festival in April 2007, for an audience that included many of Lopes contemporaries, such as Monica, Ronnie DeVoe of New Edition, 112, Big Boi, Rico Wade, India.Arie, and Cee-Lo. VH1 and VH1 Soul broadcasted the documentary on May 19, 2007. Much of the footage was shot with a hand-held camera, often in the form of diary entries filmed by Lopes while on a 30 day spiritual retreat in Honduras with family and members of the R&B group Egypt. In these entries she reflected on her personal life and career. The high-energy performer revealed a calmer side, with interests in numerology and yoga. She was in the process of setting up an educational center for Honduran children on 80 acres (320,000 m2) of land she owned. The film also captured a car accident that she was involved in during filming, which killed a Honduran child with the surname Lopez. She was not the driver of the vehicle. Lopes is shown in a local funeral home choosing a casket for the child. In the documentary, Lopes mentioned that she feels the presence of a "spirit" following her. The program also showed the last minutes of Lopes' life, including her swerving off the road.
 Lopes' UNI Studios In 1998, Lopes created the UNI Studios for the purpose of recording solo projects.Lopes' family opened the studio to the public. There are 2 different studios
Studio A Studio B Studio A is more professional than studio B. There is also a dance studio in the building. Lisa's brother, Ronald Lopes, is the General Manager.
 Solo albums Supernova (2001) Eye Legacy (2009)