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  1. > {quote:title=ginnyfan wrote:}{quote} I was attempting to engage you pleasantly and assume you were actually making a "little joke" and not just being nasty. > > I actually like the photo, think she grew up to be pretty enough, and choose to believe that you are just commenting on the hairstyles and not trying to start something. > Uh, yeah, I was...it's a shame on the internet that people have to explain they were making a joke simply because someone didn't understand or might have misunderstood what the first person said.
  2. > {quote:title=ginnyfan wrote:}{quote}I hadn't noticed that, but there is a certain symmetry to the photo. Good lord...as much of a fanatic as you are about Virginia, you really never noticed the symmetry? :0 That's the first thing that hit me...I wondered if maybe there were twins in the photo. :^0
  3. > {quote:title=ginnyfan wrote:}{quote} > > > Which one is Virginia? Just kidding...I had to make a jest because the style of her hair coming around the sides of her neck is strangely similar to the dog's ears. It's an interesting visual.
  4. I really liked the AZKABAN score because of the song based on the "Double Bubble Toil & Trouble" bit from Hamlet. That song MADE the movie.
  5. I like Morricone's score for *Exorcist II: The Heretic* (1977). Very underrated.
  6. From my favorite Bond soundtrack, *MOONRAKER* , here is "Flight Into Space", my favorite piece from that score, and of the THE best pieces from any Bond film. I'm pretty sure this score was the first 007 score to use a full symphony orchestra.
  7. > {quote:title=JakeHolman wrote:}{quote}Clash of the Titans: > > > Great score...very underrated.
  8. That's something I'll never understand...allowing music rights for a movie itself, but NOT for a DVD/home video release and having to change the music. Really dumb legal reasons, IMHO. If a company or studio licenses out music rights to a film, those rights SHOULD remain no matter what medium the film is in (vieo, tv, etc.).
  9. > {quote:title=EugeniaH wrote:}{quote}Here's some King Kong music by Steiner: > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VB0KeJyS9xs > That particular CD release of the Kong music, incidentally, contains several tracks which are the ACTUAL recordings used in the film, made in 1933, and Steiner had several 78rpm records made for a few select friends. Miraculously, some of those survived, and is the only AUTHENTIC version of the music. Personally, those are the types of vintage soundtracks I enjoy...the actual recordings used in the films themselves. I'll always take those over any
  10. The two particular albums I'm thinking of (Kane and Kong) were on the United Artists label and conducted by LeRoy Holmes. Herrmann was apparently upset or perturbed (I have an interview from a magazine where he mentions this) over the Kane recording, saying something like "This guy LeRoy Holmes never asked me to do it".
  11. I also actually enjoy Herrmann's CITIZEN KANE score (another early album I bought abck in the 70's). There's a really good mixed bag of different types of themes in there.
  12. > {quote:title=finance wrote:}{quote}Is the Bangles' (I believe) "Walk Like an Egyptian" from THE EGYPTIAN? No, it's from *The Mummy's Curse* with Lon Chaney Jr. :^0
  13. > {quote:title=EugeniaH wrote:}{quote}hamradio and kriegerg: > > I don't think I've seen *Damien, Omen II*, but I'm very familiar with the music from *The Omen*. Now there's a powerful soundtrack! I don't own it, but it goes a long way toward making my favorite horror movie even more chilling. > You're kidding...you've never seen the second movie? I actually saw Omen II before I got the chance to see the first film (on a double bill with II). How about *The Final Conflict* (Omen III - 1981)? That's another great score...very underrated music, and probably Goldsmith's grande
  14. > {quote:title=hamradio wrote:}{quote} > The "Popeye" soundtrack showed how BAD the movie remix is. Record has much better music but the same unintelligible lyrics. LOL! > > My oddest would be "Damian, Omen II" > > > Some you wouldn't think of like LP soundtrack of "Roller Boogie", "F.I.S.T.", "Foul Play" and "The Swarm". > > > Is this a mix bag or what? > I have some of those also...I'd say my favorites soundtrack albums are almost any one I bought back in the 70's, simply because that's when my interest in movies and soundtracks took off.
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