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Game (3 of 3): Guess An Upcoming Twilight Time Release

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Nov 10, 2013.

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  1. schan1269

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    Here's my question.Is the nudity In the movie(Italian muse...) gratuitous...or actually fit into the story?
     
  2. BPullen

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    Nope.
     
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    Too bad Bruce. Big Night fit all of the clues, almost too neatly, including the final 'dish washing' reconciliation scene.

    I hope TT does this one at some point though...
     
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    Although I haven't seen the film, I'm thinking it might be The Fugitive Kind. It does have Brando for Method, Magnani for Italian, and it is a United Artists release. I'm not sure about spaghetti sauce however.
     
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    The Fugitive Kind is with Criterion, and Disney has Noises Off.
     
  7. BPullen

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    The Man from La Mancha (1971) is perfect for TT. An MGM/UA, an epic production, the early 70's. Maybe one day, but not today.
     
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    Disney holds their titles close. No.
     
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    Thanks for doing this again, Bruce.

    Question: Is the screenplay original or was it adapted from a prior work?
     
  10. BPullen

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    A friendly reminder. All new clues and answers will appear at midnight pacific time every day. Check in tonight for the very latest.
     
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    The Pride & The Passion (1957)
     
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    Tea with Mussolini
     
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    The Young Lions?
     
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    Question: Is it set in a decade other than the one in which it was filmed?
     
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    Not a Disney property. Disney sold Miramax in December 2010 to an investment company that is exploring the catalog with titles licensed to Lionsgate and Echo Bridge.
     
  16. BPullen

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    True. Thanks for the correction. Still this has no relation, as of yet, to the companies that lease titles to TT.
     
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    ANNOUNCEMENT
    Home Theater Forum will give the person who guesses the Twilight Time film correctly, a copy of one of any of the three announced titles title upon its release (your choice).​
    If you have guessed more than once in a single day (or between clues) at any point during this game, you will be disqualified.​
    The game continues...​
     
  18. BPullen

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    No. But it is part of the clue. "The Method" was Brando, "an Italian muse" was Maganni. The “spaghetti sauce”, “it all comes out in the wash", those are still unknown.
     
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    I LOVE YOU TO DEATH (1990)
     
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    Great guess. Sophia Loren, the Spanish shoot, it fits the clue. This is MGM/UA. Sadly no.
     
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