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I saw one, at the Walnut Street Theater.Bill Warren wrote:
Strictly speaking, this movie wasn't reissued in 1979; there were a few scattered screenings with the opening and closing deleted, but of course, McCarthy still occasionally narrates.
A response to a post that's only 9 years old...TomWeaver999 wrote:
<< There simply is no way to even sort of approximate the original cut of the film based on what's available. There's Miles' narration, for one thing--originally, there was no narration. <<
Well, that could be covered over with the same music that's there -- somebody might have re-recorded it by now, or the original recordings might still exist. It'd be an interesting experiment, getting the movie a lot closer to the way the filmmakers intended, as an extra.
Hey, what a coincidence! Just the opposite with me!(I'd seen women's breasts before, just not this poster art).
Sorry, but I never really liked the score. Thought it was too heavy, too overdone, too melodramatic. The opening titles, for example.TomWeaver999 wrote: The score's on CD: