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While we wait for A few words about...™ Lawrence of Arabia -- in Blu-ray

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#4501 of 4863 OFFLINE   Charles Smith

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Posted July 26 2013 - 07:39 PM

I didn't know the man, but last fall I was finally able to take the opportunity to enjoy my first hour in his lovely restaurant.

 

RIP, Mr. Art Ginsburg.

 

http://www.latimes.c...0,1882266.story



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Posted July 27 2013 - 12:45 AM

Did anyone else have to keep changing the volume on this film. At times I had to turn the volume way up when they were speaking, and down again when the music came on. 

 

No, i play at near reference, if you play movies low you can run into these issues due to dynamic range which is a good thing, if you have an AV Receiver it will have a mode on it which can help with your issues but ruin the dynamic range.


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#4503 of 4863 OFFLINE   Robert Harris

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Posted August 07 2013 - 10:22 AM

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#4504 of 4863 OFFLINE   Moe Dickstein

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Posted August 07 2013 - 01:08 PM

That always sounded like such an interesting project when reading about Welles. I wonder if they plan to complete the editing though, it sounds like Welles never really finished it.
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#4505 of 4863 OFFLINE   Reed Grele

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Posted August 07 2013 - 02:40 PM

 

I wonder if the title would have made it past the censors back in the late 1930's?



#4506 of 4863 OFFLINE   Moe Dickstein

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Posted August 07 2013 - 05:28 PM

I don't think Johnson had taken on that meaning yet lol


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#4507 of 4863 OFFLINE   JoeDoakes

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Posted August 07 2013 - 07:07 PM

Great news, but it's too bad that it's not that other lost Orson Welles film.



#4508 of 4863 OFFLINE   Reed Grele

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Posted August 07 2013 - 08:27 PM

I don't think Johnson had taken on that meaning yet lol

 

Check your Funk and Wagnalls.

 

Mining the same vein, I went to Home Depot the other day and asked where the wood hardener was. The sales associate told me to try Walgreens, and that I'd need a doctor's prescription.

 

 

Great news, but it's too bad that it's not that other lost Orson Welles film.

 

That would indeed have been Magnificent!

 

I've read many books and watched many interviews about the Great Mr. Welles, and this is the first I've ever heard about this lost film. Can't wait to see it. Hopefully, Criterion will be able to do something with it.



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Posted August 07 2013 - 09:15 PM

 Wow! What a find!

 

That is amazing. I don't suppose there was any trace of the cut footage from The Magnificent Ambersons in that warehouse. :) Now, if only someone would stumble onto a print of Hitchcock's second directorial effort, 1927's The Mountain Eagle... 



#4510 of 4863 OFFLINE   Robert Harris

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Posted August 08 2013 - 12:03 PM

JCK and I with an interesting artifact, which hung in our office.

 

Don't believe it has been seen publicly.  For fans of the film only.

 

 

RAH-JCK-first-Calotta-96251.jpg

 


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#4511 of 4863 OFFLINE   Moe Dickstein

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Posted August 08 2013 - 12:05 PM

The sad Carlotta...
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#4512 of 4863 OFFLINE   Charles Smith

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Posted August 08 2013 - 12:11 PM

Wonderful.



#4513 of 4863 OFFLINE   Robert Harris

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Posted August 08 2013 - 01:26 PM

http://m.youtube.com...h?v=zTEbqa7jaGU

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Posted August 08 2013 - 01:51 PM

Wonderful!

#4515 of 4863 OFFLINE   Reed Grele

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Posted August 08 2013 - 02:59 PM

Re: Carlotta,

 

Is this an alternate version painted by the same artist? The hair and facial expression appear to be different from what was seen in the film.



#4516 of 4863 OFFLINE   Moe Dickstein

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Posted August 08 2013 - 03:08 PM

I would guess that's the Vera Miles version of the painting...
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#4517 of 4863 OFFLINE   Reed Grele

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Posted August 08 2013 - 03:13 PM

I would guess that's the Vera Miles version of the painting...

 

Ahh.. What might have been.

 

I wonder who owns the portrait of Midge?

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted August 10 2013 - 01:45 PM

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The cast members of “High Noon” watch the World Series opener between the New York Yankees and the New York Giants on television at the Columbia Ranch on Oct. 4, 1951. From left to right: Otto Kruger, Thomas Mitchell, Gary Cooper, writer Carl Foreman, Grace Kelly and Lon Chaney, Jr. 

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Posted August 10 2013 - 05:49 PM

 

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The cast members of “High Noon” watch the World Series opener between the New York Yankees and the New York Giants on television at the Columbia Ranch on Oct. 4, 1951. From left to right: Otto Kruger, Thomas Mitchell, Gary Cooper, writer Carl Foreman, Grace Kelly and Lon Chaney, Jr. 

 

That's when Baseball meant something!  What a great picture.  Thanks



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Posted August 10 2013 - 06:05 PM

That's when Baseball meant something!  What a great picture.  Thanks

 

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