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Disney's "Up" house created in real life and flown for National Geographic show

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Published on Mar 6, 2011

Visit http://www.InsideTheMagic.net for pictures from the amazing recreation of the flying house from Disney/Pixar's "Up" animated film.

For the upcoming show "How Hard Can It Be?" on the National Geographic Channel, engineers constructed a basic house structure and lifted it into the air for more than an hour by 300 weather balloons.

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Summer Schultz
I wonder what it would've been like if You looked out your window and saw that house soaring through the air.
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Aisha W. #boss
I knew that someone in the world was going to do that
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Ian Mansfield
then the house crashed onto the town witch, reenacting two movies at once
Kendra Eze
The house later dropped in an rural African village and granted them a house. THE END
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Jens-Christian Osen
What Happened to the house? Where did it land?
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biggestanimallover andAJ
WTF HAPPENS WHEN THE BALLOONS POP DUE TO THE ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE
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ToughTofu
To paradise fall! :D
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Tide Detergent
That'll be weird if the space station saw this in space they'll think it's there house
JIm Williams
Typical mainstream news; their banner block the bottom third of the picture.
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Grumberf Warcraft'
one question how do they get down?
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