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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Crook View Post
    It's a lovely curse, one with a happy ending

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    Yes, but who knows what they would have turn into after, let's say, seven years (another title pastiche) of marriage ??

    Who Knows Where They Were Going ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Crook View Post
    A stunning run of 6 masterpieces in 6 years. Has anyone else ever come close to a run like that?


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    John Ford

    1952 The Quiet Man
    1950 Rio Grande
    1950 Wagon Master
    1949 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
    1948 Fort Apache
    1946 My Darling Clementine
    1945 They Were Expendable
    1941 How Green Was My Valley
    1941 Tobacco Road
    1940 The Long Voyage Home
    1940 The Grapes of Wrath
    1939 Drums Along the Mohawk
    1939 Young Mr. Lincoln
    1939 Stagecoach

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonfleet View Post
    Yes, but who knows what they would have turn into after, let's say, seven years (another title pastiche) of marriage ??

    Who Knows Where They Were Going ??
    See Intelligent Female Nonsense for a discussion on that very subject

    Steve

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    So it was not my imagination...

    I got two dvd prints of IKWIG, a korean and the french one from l'Institut Lumière, both indicated lenghts are 91mn, but the korean edition has a longer scene, when the hunters leave the bus, they give more details (few words) about the eagle, see with those close captures...

    Korean DVD

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    French DVD

    Attachment 9133 Attachment 9134 Attachment 9135 Attachment 9136

    I don't know about other prints...

    Why don't the images appear ?? ...at least not on my screen
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonfleet View Post
    So it was not my imagination...

    I got two dvd prints of IKWIG, a korean and the french one from l'Institut Lumière, both indicated lenghts are 91mn, but the korean edition has a longer scene, when the hunters leave the bus, they give more details (few words) about the eagle, see with those close captures...
    Look at what they're saying, not at the subtitles. Neither of the sets of subtitles are perfect, but they're both quite close.
    When the hunters leave the bus we see them leaving, then we see the rainbow (in B&W) then the camera pans up the hill which they're about to climb

    I don't think there's anything missing from either of them. Just dubious subtitling

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Crook View Post
    Look at what they're saying, not at the subtitles. Neither of the sets of subtitles are perfect, but they're both quite close.
    When the hunters leave the bus we see them leaving, then we see the rainbow (in B&W) then the camera pans up the hill which they're about to climb

    I don't think there's anything missing from either of them. Just dubious subtitling

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    Of course I heard what they say and not only the subtitles There is no "dubvious subtitling", the end of the scene in the bus is missing on the (restaured) french DVD, it's cut just after a man says Aye, a golden eagle. The next frame is the front of the bus arriving...

    like this

    No access to Photobucket for the moment ...I'll continue later

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    See, the "almost" exact frame to frame:

    French DVD



    trans = Aye, a golden eagle




    ...and the chinese DVD









    See, , there's a difference. And I wondered why this cut...
    But it's not a great philosophical quest for "sense everywhere", I must admit
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonfleet View Post
    See, the "almost" exact frame to frame:
    ...

    See, , there's a difference. And I wondered why this cut...
    But it's not a great philosophical quest for "sense everywhere", I must admit
    Ah, I see what you mean. But I don't know the answer. Ask L'Institut Lumière. I'm up in Scotland & my DVDs are at home in London so I can't check them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Crook View Post
    Ah, I see what you mean. But I don't know the answer. Ask L'Institut Lumière. I'm up in Scotland & my DVDs are at home in London so I can't check them

    Steve
    There's no hurry...

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