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Skylander

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  1. I've always loved "Fantasy Film World of Bernard Herrmann" "On this LP, Herrmann re-records his scores from four fantasy and science fiction films, Journey to the Center of the Earth _(ROOF RAISING!)_ , The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad, The Day the Earth Stood Still, and Fahrenheit 451. Journey... is a unique score with no string section. Herrmann utilized five organs, a large Cathedral and four electronic, for various effects. The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad features a large percussion section. The xylophones in "The Duel with the Skeleton" are a perfect match for the film action. The Day the E
  2. Thanks for your replies. Sorry I had to initiate my membership here with a rant. ;-) Back in the day, I remember there was forum talk of lawsuits for the logos causing screen burn-in on CRT and plasma displays. ================ Patful, I saw the logo in place for almost an entire movie last Sunday, on the TCM-HD channel. (The reason for my OP) I do agree that once in a while isn't all that bad. ============= Good points, Movieprofessor. ============= lzcutter, Gawd, I would expect/hope the art directors/?studios would be dead set against them! ============= hamradio:
  3. TCM, *Please* don't display your channel logo like most other movie channels. It ruins the classic film viewing experience.
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