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"The Last Castle" - another Hollywood faux pas? (1 Viewer)

Michael Reuben

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quote: An oversight? Lame-brainedness?[/quote] Neither. The poster was conceived, printed and distributed before Tuesday's events. As for the fact that copies remained on display yesterday in New York City, I can understand the reaction of the unnamed resident quoted in the article, but I can't blame anyone. There are so many more important things to attend to in this city right now than changing posters. Frankly I'm amazed at how well essential services continue to be delivered.
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[Edited last by Michael Reuben on September 14, 2001 at 08:47 AM]
 

Iain Lambert

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To quote a Dreamworks person in the article "It has taken longer than we would like to get the ads taken down."
This sound purely like they know about the problem, want to withdraw the advert, but with everything that has happened its not number one on the list of things for public transport employees to do.
 

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