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    As for Miss Sadie, I should really get a 3D TV
    Yes you should!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Z View Post
    IIRC, the movie was the first American production to be allowed to shoot in Moscow since the beginning of the Cold War. I think they were under a lot of scrutiny and supervision and were only allowed to shoot in limited locations (i.e. the most touristy ones that present the city in the best light).

    Also keep in mind that the movie was intended for a Western audience that would have no idea what the layout or geography of the city really look like. So long as the individual shots cut together without any obvious continuity errors, most viewers will never know that they're not technically accurate to the real location.

    Honestly, all movies have to cheat when they shoot on location, for a variety of artistic, pragmatic or logistical reasons. Residents who are intimately familiar with the area will naturally be hyper-sensitive to those issues. When I watched The Town, I can't tell you what a good laugh I had watching the car chase through the ultra-tiny streets of the North End in Boston. That scene was pure Hollywood BS.
    Indeed, since I LIVED on one those streets.

    Also, in National Treasure, the ending REALLY pissed me off. At the end they were supposedly at the St Stevens Church in the North End on Hanover St. It was a night shot and anyone who even visited it could see it was a fake location. I was pretty pissed

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    From an email received:

    May Pre-Orders Begin Wednesday!
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    April 26th - New releases from TWILIGHT TIME for PRE-ORDER on Wednesday, April 27th at 4pm Eastern - I COULD GO ON SINGING (1963) , EUREKA (1983), GARDEN OF EVIL (1954) , CAT BALLOU (1965) , APPASSIONATA (1974). the estimated street date is May 10th. Special offer: Save $4.00 on shipping with the one time use code twilighteureka. Must order a minimum of $50 worth of Twilight Time product. This offer is valid for Twilight Time product only. Code is valid through May 4th at Midnight Eastern.
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    February 8th - New releases from Twilight Time for pre-order Wednesday, June 1st at 4pm ET- ROMEO IS BLEEDING (1993), INSERTS (1975), THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES (1959) , THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING (1952), THE PANIC IN NEEDLE PARK (1971), ROLLERBALL (1975) Encore Edition. The estimated street date is June 14th.

    [Editor Note] - Am sure they meant May 8th
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    May 13th - New releases from Twilight Time for pre-order Wednesday, June 1st at 4pm ET- ROMEO IS BLEEDING (1993), INSERTS (1975), THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES (1959) , THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING (1952), THE PANIC IN NEEDLE PARK (1971), ROLLERBALL (1975) Encore Edition. The estimated street date is June 14th.

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    June 1st - New releases from Twilight Time for pre-order - ROMEO IS BLEEDING (1993), INSERTS (1975), THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES (1959) , THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING (1952), THE PANIC IN NEEDLE PARK (1971), ROLLERBALL (1975) Encore Edition. The estimated street date is June 14th.
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    Screen Archives has their Twilight Time sale going, some really good deals here:
    $10 OFF SELECTED TWILIGHT TIME TITLES!

    SALE BEGINS THURSDAY, JUNE 9TH, 4 PM ET AND ENDS FRIDAY, JULY 1ST AT 4 PM ET!

    ALL ORDERS MUST BE SUBMITTED DURING THE SALE PERIOD TO RECEIVE THE SALE PRICE, NO PREVIOUS, PENDING OR FUTURE ORDERS QUALIFY.



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    DESIREE
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    COVER GIRL
    HIGH TIME
    THE SOUND AND THE FURY
    THE RAINS OF RANCHIPUR
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    BELOVED INFIDEL
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    THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN
    LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING
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    CONRACK
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    MR HOBBS TAKES A VACATION
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    Thanks Matt - Looks like it's a couple weeks long. Hard not to find a few titles of interest.
    I wish they had a better deal on their shipping.
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    I checked Big Heat. Comes up at Reg. price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cupboy View Post
    I checked Big Heat. Comes up at Reg. price.
    You might have tried it before the sale started, it's down to $19.95 now.
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    YES, Cover Girl with my Rita Hayworth!!!

    Need to see what else to get

    Edit:
    OK went a little overboard. Ordered:

    Cover Girl
    Breaking Away
    The Big Heat - I had to double dip. I LOVE this movie and wanted the extra supplements on here not on the original. I can probably sell my original at a decent price.
    The Believers
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    Strange Invaders
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    Quote Originally Posted by cupboy View Post
    I checked Big Heat. Comes up at Reg. price.
    I hope you got it. TOTALLY worth it at that price. If you like film noir it's a MUST have.

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    Boston,
    'Cover Girl' is Rita at her most beautiful in Technicolor. The scenes that take place at the turn of the century aren't great (Rita plays both a young woman in the 1940s and her grandmother as a young woman in the 1890s), but the contemporary storyline is quite engaging. Rita has great chemistry with Gene Kelly, and their dance numbers together are knockouts. Some of her close-ups though are just drop-dead gorgeous! Eve Arden is also quite funny in a wisecracking role.

    You might also want to consider 'Pal Joey.' Also Rita, and also Technicolor, but made in the mid-1950s, just before she did 'Separate Tables.' It's with Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak (another beauty!!). Sinatra plays a nightclub owner who is a bit of a scumbag and Rita is the rich, aging socialite who tries to sink her claws into him. Novak is the sweet young thing on the sidelines hoping to catch his attention.

    Glad you sprung for 'The Big Heat.' I think you'll really like the new extras. And I'm sure you can sell your older copy for a good price.

    Also looking forward to hearing your thoughts on 'Where the Sidewalk Ends.' I really like that movie! Gene Tierney is so underrated IMO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbacksfan View Post
    Boston,
    'Cover Girl' is Rita at her most beautiful in Technicolor. The scenes that take place at the turn of the century aren't great (Rita plays both a young woman in the 1940s and her grandmother as a young woman in the 1890s), but the contemporary storyline is quite engaging. Rita has great chemistry with Gene Kelly, and their dance numbers together are knockouts. Some of her close-ups though are just drop-dead gorgeous! Eve Arden is also quite funny in a wisecracking role.

    You might also want to consider 'Pal Joey.' Also Rita, and also Technicolor, but made in the mid-1950s, just before she did 'Separate Tables.' It's with Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak (another beauty!!). Sinatra plays a nightclub owner who is a bit of a scumbag and Rita is the rich, aging socialite who tries to sink her claws into him. Novak is the sweet young thing on the sidelines hoping to catch his attention.

    Glad you sprung for 'The Big Heat.' I think you'll really like the new extras. And I'm sure you can sell your older copy for a good price.

    Also looking forward to hearing your thoughts on 'Where the Sidewalk Ends.' I really like that movie! Gene Tierney is so underrated IMO!
    Can't wait to watch Cover Girl!

    Ironically I OWN Pal Joey I just haven't watched it yet! I know shame on me! Funny thing is when I bought Pal Joey it was to see Sinatra and Novak in it, I had forgotten Rita was in it!

    Definitely will let you know my thoughts on Where The Sidewalk Ends.

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