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1  Films of Sergio Leone / Once Upon A Time In America / Re: Fat Moe on: December 29, 2003, 02:17:02 AM
Maybe Moe kept the key to the locker and the key to his clock on the same key-ring, so when Noodles takes the keys, the clock stays unwound for 35 years, which is also cool imagery for time standing still for Noodles.
2  Films of Sergio Leone / Once Upon A Time In America / Modern Talking Video features OUATIA on: December 29, 2003, 01:46:58 AM
A friend of mine bought the DVD of Modern Talking's Greatest Hits. Having been a fan back in the Eighties, I borrowed it. Anyway, I'm busy watching the video's, when suddenly, there's Jennifer Connoly doing her ballet thing while Noodles is watching. I pinch myself, but no, I'm not dreaming. It's the 1985 video for 'Brother Louie' and practically all the scenes between Noodles and Deborah are featured throughout. What gives??? Did they get the rights? Are they Leone fans? There's an old Rolls Royce/Jaguar in the video with an Oscar figurine as the hood ornament; were they hinting that 'America' deserved an Oscar? I was absolutely shocked. Last place I'd expect to see a Leone reference!!! Anyone have any info on this?

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3  Films of Sergio Leone / Once Upon A Time In America / the frisbee scene on: July 07, 2003, 03:39:19 AM
Hey Guys. I'm new to your board. My name is Jorge, I'm a South African of Portuguese origin. I'm a Sergio Leone & Spaghetti Western fanatic. The reason I've never joined your board before is that I belong to the Spaghetti Western board and am pretty happy there. The reason I'm joining now is that I need an answer to a non SW question. It relates to OUATIA:
In the first transition from '68 to '32, a frisbee flies over 'old Noodles' head and gets cought by an unidentified hand. I guess it's probably some street punks wanting to mug Noodles, could be wrong. Is there a deleted scene somewhere that explains this.
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