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Kyle In Hollywood's CENSORED Poster Gallery


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Thanks, Kyle. I've always found it interesting that they made posters for shorts, novelties, and cartoons. Did they display them side-by-side with the main feature posters? Probably nobody around here old enough to remember, though...

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> {quote:title=Minya wrote:}{quote}

> Oh Kyle, you're the most. :)

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> Every time I tell someone that I'm going to Paris, I recieve a serenade. It's been pretty nice.

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> I think it just finally hit home yesterday that I'm really going. Three weeks from now, I'll actually be there. Jeekies!

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> But as I look at this poster, I realize that neither of the dresses I'm bringing have skirts that flare this much-I'll have to do something about that if I'm to *display the proper amount of joie de vivre!

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> *No pun intended. :)

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> Message was edited by: Minya

 

Oh Minya,

 

I envy you. We went to Paris on 2001 and it was almost surreal to see all those iconic sites in person. Have a great time.

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KennethS -

 

Glad you like it. While foreign countries would often create their own artwork for a film (as everyone has seen in this thread), this particular artwork was used worldwide. They even sent out promotional or teaser posters of just the artwork with no text.

 

BarefootContessa_promo

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> {quote:title=MarianStarrett wrote:}{quote}

> > {quote:title=Kim1607 wrote:}{quote}

> > I envy you. We went to Paris on 2001 and it was almost surreal to see all those iconic sites in person. Have a great time.

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> Oh, you must have had a lovely time! Which of the tourist attractions did you like best?

 

It would have to be the Musee D'Orsay which is a train station converted into a musuem of Impressionists.

 

Although seeing the Arc d'Triomphe in person was pretty spectacular. Walking down that street after seeing it some many times in movies seems unreal to me now.

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*"Is that man falling from the Eifel Tower?"* - visualfeast

 

No. It's a highway bridge passing over a deep gorge with a river at the bottom. But, a view of it from below certainly evokes the exo-structure of the Eiffel Tower.

The famous falling scene in *Saboteur* takes place at the Statue Of Liberty.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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