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Old 08-22-2020, 10:17 AM   #21
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Default Re: Inspiring Movie Scene Featuring Pipers

Yet Another Very Partial
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Originally Posted by pancelticpiper

There are loads of anachronisms as bad or worse in that scene,



Two expressions often heard...
on film sets and locations...

"It's da Movies!!"
(Translated loosely as... They
get to do... what they DWP* :)

and

"If you can't think of it as Art!!...
think of it... as Money!!" :)


* "DWP"... Damned Well Please :)









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Old 08-28-2020, 12:16 PM   #22
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It sounds as though it may have been "A Bridge Too Far"...but I may be mistaken it with "The Longest Day."

Can't wait to figure it out.

Cheers!
I plan to watch A Bridge Too Far while I donate platelets Tuesday, so I'll report back yes or no after I watch it.
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