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« Reply #160 on: January 14, 2003, 05:33:02 PM »


Matt, do you think that one is worth bringing over to this board? I'd be willing to help you out on that, if there was any interest from board members that they'd like to reopen discussion on that film.

It's too bad, but that one was purged, along with a lot of other great threads, months before we moved over to this board.  I remember we didn't get any warning before that purge, and we lost almost every good topic on the board.  So, if you'd like, AKA... start another topic on Bird.  It seems like this board will hold a lot more topics, and we shouldn't have the same problems we had before with losing our discussions.
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« Reply #161 on: January 15, 2003, 12:21:04 AM »

Here's the tags I'm long overdue on posting:

Philo:  What's your favorite cast of any Eastwood film?

Xichado:  You're getting tired, but you want to watch an Eastwood film.  What's the one film you stay away from the most, because you're sure to fall asleep before it's over.

Antipatros:  What's the first Eastwood film you ever saw, and what did you think of it?

AKA:  If you were to choose one character from Eastwood's entire film career that reminds you the most of yourself, which character would it be?

Just so everyone knows, it shouldn't make any difference but I'll be locking this thread tomorrow night and starting a new one.  This one is really getting hard to follow, it's so long and a little confusing.  If you don't get a chance to answer a question posed to you before this thread is locked, just copy and paste the question to the next thread and answer it there.  
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« Reply #162 on: January 15, 2003, 12:49:57 AM »

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AKA:   If you were to choose one character from Eastwood's entire film career that reminds you the most of yourself, which character would it be?

Hey Matt, thanks for the easy one!! ;) Honestly, I don't really know. I'm supposed to evaluate every single Eastwood character and then compare him to myself; that's not going to take a lot of thought and energy at all. HEHE...off the top of my head, I don't really know, but I'll try to think of something half way decent if I can. Good question, but it isn't exactly of the "what are some of your favorite Eastwood films" variety! Makes me think...hmmmmmm.....
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« Reply #163 on: January 15, 2003, 09:43:19 AM »

Clintfan:  What is your least favorite Eastwood movie and why?

THE ROOKIE and CITY HEAT are my two least favorites, and of the two, I'd have to say that CITY HEAT wins. It's just so bad from beginning to end. Bad writing, bad acting, etc. I know they were capitalizing on the popularity of both Eastwood and Reynolds, but this was just the wrong vehicle for it.

As I think you said earlier, "It's the one Eastwood film I can regularly pass up without stopping to watch." (I own it, I just don't like it much.)

At the moment, I can't come up with a question to "tag" someone with. Please forgine me! ???
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« Reply #164 on: January 15, 2003, 12:13:48 PM »

...K.C., I don't think a Clint film set in San Fran would be out of the question, but it would probably have to be radically different from Dirty Harry, if it weren't a DH sequel, to avoid any distraction --sort of like the "elephant in the corner" type thing.  
   By the way, what is GMAT's e-mail address ??  I'd like to get an answer from him on my question a couple of pages ago ....Blu
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« Reply #165 on: January 15, 2003, 01:56:39 PM »

Sorry for not getting back sooner .

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Philo: You're visiting the US, and while touring in California, you just happened to bump into Sondra Locke on the street. Do you dare ask her anything about Clint, or even bring bring up the subject? Not personal stuff of course, but work-related

I think I would be brave , I always liked her in the Gauntlet and thought she was brave to try to sing in the Clint and Clyde films. I know they are Clint connected , but they were still her in the roles. I would also ask her about her early work I grew up watching the planet of the apes series and I have never seen the strange Death Game that she made with Colleen Camp. I would hope being British might let me get away with it . :-[  
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« Reply #166 on: January 15, 2003, 02:29:58 PM »

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Philo: If there was one Clint film you could completely re-do the video/audio for, which would it be?

This is a tough one ....

I have yet to see what they have done on Every which way but loose so can't comment on that .

I have gone on (and on) about how beautiful the Technicolor process is. The Leone films need work , but I would like to do all three . Therefore I will have to go for .... Dirty Harry . I would want to go back to the elements that produced the Technicolor colors and do a better grade and clean up. I would also restore the original mono mix .

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« Reply #167 on: January 15, 2003, 02:38:26 PM »

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Philo:   What's your favorite cast of any Eastwood film?

I think this has to be The Outlaw Josey Wales , such a great use of clint's stock company From Lone to Grandma Sara and Jamie , you also have the great John Russell , John mitchum , Woodrow Parfrey , William O'Connell and these are just smaller roles. I think even the Unforgiven fans will agree Josey has a rich cast .

Questions tomorrow .

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« Reply #168 on: January 15, 2003, 04:18:49 PM »

In an effort to get organized, I've started a new thread for this game HERE.  If you were asked a question that you didn't have time to answer in this thread, please copy and paste the question to that thread and answer it there.  If you answered your question but haven't tagged the next players yet, just tag them over there.

This game has been fun.  Thanks for all who are participating.  See you over there.  ;D
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« Reply #169 on: January 30, 2003, 07:01:54 AM »

All unanswered tags from this thread and from the continuation of this thread can now be found HERE.  

If a tag is directed to you, please join us in that thread to answer.
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