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Cinema Retro (Read 7820 times)
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Reply #18 - 06/25/14 at 8:08pm
 
mike bishop wrote on 06/24/14 at 6:00am:
SORCERER: One of my favorites. I made a 'fan cut' years ago, 132 minutes, incl. the European extra footage (I only had German dubbed). It includes a great scene taken from Clouzot's film: Rabal wants to slow down on a bumpy road, Scheider wants to speed up...


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Reply #19 - 06/26/14 at 4:02pm
 
Thanks for rescuing me...

I was asked quite a few times to compare those versions and list all the details.. I'd never find the time. It is great somebody did it, it was worth the effort and everybody can dive into it now,,

Maybe someone will do it with PAT GARRETT Smiley.
Not me, but I just got a DVD of the (German) theatrical version. not 16:9 but at least letterbox !!
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Reply #20 - 06/26/14 at 4:19pm
 
Let me know, Mike, what the difference is between the German theatrical PG&BTK and the versions here.   And, by the way, thanks for the Alfredo Garcia article.  Yeah, it was short but excellent.

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Reply #21 - 07/22/14 at 8:05pm
 
Interesting article here on the Cinema Retro about ABC's venture into feature films. Mentions Junior Bonner and Straw Dogs (not mentioned but also broadly of note is that Noon Wine was an ABC vehicle, albeit TV)

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Reply #22 - 07/23/14 at 6:01am
 
It states that Peckinpah 'redeemed BONNER's losses with STRAW DOGS (1973)'. ??
Those winners/losers informations are never really certified. You never know where the box-office dollars end up. BONNER was a flop, sure. But whether in the end it made back its 3.4 million budget nobody knows really.
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Reply #23 - 07/23/14 at 2:57pm
 
They mean The Getaway probably.
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