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Fast ship? You mean you've never heard of the Millennium Falcon?
-- Han Solo
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"First things first -- but not necessarily in that order"
-- The Doctor, "Doctor Who"
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Fools rush in -- and get the best seats in the house.
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For myself, I can only say that I am astonished and somewhat terrified at
the results of this evening's experiments. Astonished at the wonderful
power you have developed, and terrified at the thought that so much hideous
and bad music may be put on record forever.
-- Sir Arthur Sullivan, message to Edison, 1888
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For the next hour, WE will control all that you see and hear.
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Forms follow function, and often obliterate it.
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #12
O.E.D.: David Lean, 1969, 3 hours 30 min.
Lean's version of the Oxford Dictionary has been accused of
shallowness in its treatment of a complete work. Omar Sharif
tends to overact as aardvark, but Alec Guiness is solid in
the role of abbacy. As usual, the photography is stunning.
With Julie Christie.
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #3
MIRACLE ON 42ND STREET:
Santa Claus, in the off season, follows his heart's desire and
tries to make it big on Broadway. Santa sings and dances his way
into your heart.
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #5
THE ATOMIC GRANDMOTHER:
This humorous but heart-warming story tells of an elderly woman
forced to work at a nuclear power plant in order to help the family
make ends meet. At night, granny sits on the porch, tells tales
of her colorful past, and the family uses her to cook barbecues
and to power small electrical appliances. Maureen Stapleton gives
a glowing performance.
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #9
THE PARKING PROBLEM IN PARIS: Jean-Luc Godard, 1971, 7 hours 18 min.
Godard's meditation on the topic has been described as
everything from "timeless" to "endless." (Remade by Gene
Wilder as NO PLACE TO PARK.)