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« #15 : April 15, 2003, 01:06:11 AM »

Mortimer's sister, you mean.

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'There seems to be a resemblance.'
-'Naturally, between brother and sister.'

My apologies, my mistake. Yes I did mean Mortimer's sister.

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« #16 : April 15, 2003, 05:02:20 AM »

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« #17 : April 15, 2003, 02:57:36 PM »

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« #18 : May 05, 2003, 09:30:32 AM »

Aaronson,

I know it has been a few weeks since you asked your question but I thought I would answer it:

I am not French, nor have I ever lived or visited France. Nevertheless, I have a deep respect and admiration for French Cinema and the great theorists and critics, such as the French New Wave as well as Calle du Cinema (I'm sure I spelled this incorrectly), Truffaut, Godard and a recent talent, Besson (I love the fifth element, leon and la femme nikita). The guy rocks, I just wish he would get his butt in gear and put out a few films a year rather that Executive Producing. Anyway, jouissance is a word used extensively in Film Theory and loved the sound or spelling of the word and the film theory meaning. No, I'm not into porn. You're the first person to ask me about the name and so I'm getting it off my chest.

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« #19 : May 05, 2003, 03:52:34 PM »

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Anyway, jouissance is a word used extensively in Film Theory and loved the sound or spelling of the word and the film theory meaning.

Now you've got my curiosity up what is the theory?


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« #20 : May 21, 2003, 04:33:09 PM »

Aaronson,

the French New Wave as well as Calle du Cinema (I'm sure I spelled this incorrectly), Jouis

That's CAHIERS DU CINEMA. "cahier" is a a school exercise book, or notebook.

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« #21 : May 22, 2003, 05:42:25 AM »

Aaronson,

I know it has been a few weeks since you asked your question but I thought I would answer it:

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<thanks for your explaination. In french "jouissance" means climax but also simply the using of a property (flat,land...) of a gift (health) .It means also a joy as "enjoy your holidays".It's a great word ,sexy and musical. Congratulation.


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« #22 : May 22, 2003, 05:55:41 AM »

About missing scenes, I recently bought the dvd and I did'nt find a scene .
 Could you help me ?
 When El Indio and C arrived in Agua Caliente they met in the street a dead mexican guy installed on a walking horse .There was a sign on his back.
 Possible it's a scene from FAFOD, or maybe I dreamt it ?


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« #23 : May 22, 2003, 11:02:29 AM »

That scene is in a Fistful of Dollars, near the beginning.  Exactly where, I couldn't put my finger on it (my missing finger end).

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« #24 : May 22, 2003, 08:00:53 PM »

About missing scenes, I recently bought the dvd and I did'nt find a scene .
 Could you help me ?
 When El Indio and C arrived in Agua Caliente they met in the street a dead mexican guy installed on a walking horse .There was a sign on his back.
 Possible it's a scene from FAFOD, or maybe I dreamt it ?
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« #25 : May 23, 2003, 06:57:36 AM »

That scene is in a Fistful of Dollars, near the beginning.  Exactly where, I couldn't put my finger on it (my missing finger end).
Thanks Cusser , I'm an old man ...


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« #26 : June 09, 2004, 01:31:27 PM »

the only missing scene i know of is when monco is in bed with mara krup[mary].

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« #27 : June 11, 2004, 11:18:42 AM »

The sound on the dvd & letterbox vhs is also horribly out of sync. Mgm should be embarassed. Just look at the punches in the beating scene and compare them in both versions. On the pan and scan they are perfectly in sync- on the letterbox they're like a full second off! They were showing FAFDM on television recently, and it was the same version- letterboxed, but out of sync and cut. You'd think they'd have better quality control at MGM, instead of letting the fans figure out they have an inferior version of the film. Back on topic- I have seen the still of clint with the hotel keepers wife- you can tell it's her rather clearly (especially with the dress she's wearing:). The picture is very similar to the one from the sorroco sequence of GBU, so I can see how there would be confusion.

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« #28 : July 29, 2004, 03:44:20 AM »

Is there anywhere on the Internet where we can find a picture of Mary Krup from this deleted scene?...

Thanx...

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« #29 : July 29, 2004, 04:17:57 AM »

That scene is in a Fistful of Dollars, near the beginning.  Exactly where, I couldn't put my finger on it (my missing finger end).

The very first scene. As Joe is entering the village, a man with "Adios Amigo" on his back is leaving. Good use of Morricone's music in this bit.


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