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Old May 25th 18, 12:20 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
David B.[_2_]
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EK1o6ixoe_I

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 spy thriller North by Northwest added all sorts
of suspenseful sequences to the cinema canon. Its most iconic and
imaginatively staged scene of all has a nervous Roger O. Thornhill (Cary
Grant) going off to meet a mysterious man at an isolated roadside bus
stop, only to be chased down and shot at by a speeding crop duster. As
Hitchcock himself explained, the scene had it all—escalating danger,
misdirection, subverted clichés. But you know what it didn’t have?
Droids. Or a TIE fighter. Or the Millennium Falcon.

Thankfully, a new short film—appropriately titled Darth by
Darthwest—fixes all of that. Through some skillful editing and
compositing, Fabrice Mathieu's mashup updates Hitchcock’s classic for …
well, not so much the modern era as “a long time ago in a galaxy far,
far away.” Star Wars mainstay C-3PO and relative newcomer BB-8 each make
an appearance, as do the dusty vistas of Tatooine. (They meld
surprisingly well into the American Midwestern landscape.) Watch the
video in full to witness the first stages of Hollywood icon Cary Grant's
rigorous Jedi training.

=

Enjoy! :-)
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Old May 25th 18, 12:49 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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On 2018-05-25 11:20:26 +0000, David B. said:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EK1o6ixoe_I

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 spy thriller North by Northwest added all sorts
of suspenseful sequences to the cinema canon. Its most iconic and
imaginatively staged scene of all has a nervous Roger O. Thornhill
(Cary Grant) going off to meet a mysterious man at an isolated roadside
bus stop, only to be chased down and shot at by a speeding crop duster.
As Hitchcock himself explained, the scene had it all—escalating danger,
misdirection, subverted clichés. But you know what it didn’t have?
Droids. Or a TIE fighter. Or the Millennium Falcon.

Thankfully, a new short film—appropriately titled Darth by
Darthwest—fixes all of that. Through some skillful editing and
compositing, Fabrice Mathieu's mashup updates Hitchcock’s classic for …
well, not so much the modern era as “a long time ago in a galaxy far,
far away.” Star Wars mainstay C-3PO and relative newcomer BB-8 each
make an appearance, as do the dusty vistas of Tatooine. (They meld
surprisingly well into the American Midwestern landscape.) Watch the
video in full to witness the first stages of Hollywood icon Cary
Grant's rigorous Jedi training.

=

Enjoy! :-)


Western farming is not always as wholesome as one could be lead to
believe! :-))

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzBz9FlqYU4
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Old May 25th 18, 01:08 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
David B.[_2_]
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On 25-May-18 12:49 PM, android wrote:
On 2018-05-25 11:20:26 +0000, David B. said:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EK1o6ixoe_I

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 spy thriller North by Northwest added all
sorts of suspenseful sequences to the cinema canon. Its most iconic
and imaginatively staged scene of all has a nervous Roger O. Thornhill
(Cary Grant) going off to meet a mysterious man at an isolated
roadside bus stop, only to be chased down and shot at by a speeding
crop duster. As Hitchcock himself explained, the scene had it
all—escalating danger, misdirection, subverted clichés. But you know
what it didn’t have? Droids. Or a TIE fighter. Or the Millennium Falcon.

Thankfully, a new short film—appropriately titled Darth by
Darthwest—fixes all of that. Through some skillful editing and
compositing, Fabrice Mathieu's mashup updates Hitchcock’s classic for
… well, not so much the modern era as “a long time ago in a galaxy
far, far away.” Star Wars mainstay C-3PO and relative newcomer BB-8
each make an appearance, as do the dusty vistas of Tatooine. (They
meld surprisingly well into the American Midwestern landscape.) Watch
the video in full to witness the first stages of Hollywood icon Cary
Grant's rigorous Jedi training.

=

Enjoy! :-)


Western farming is not always as wholesome as one could be lead to
believe! :-))

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzBz9FlqYU4


Haha! :-D

It's a long time since I saw THAT!

Btw, in REAL English, it's 'LED' not 'Lead'. Just sayin'! ;-)

--
David B.
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Old May 25th 18, 04:15 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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On 2018-05-25 12:08:32 +0000, David B. said:

On 25-May-18 12:49 PM, android wrote:
On 2018-05-25 11:20:26 +0000, David B. said:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EK1o6ixoe_I

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 spy thriller North by Northwest added all sorts
of suspenseful sequences to the cinema canon. Its most iconic and
imaginatively staged scene of all has a nervous Roger O. Thornhill
(Cary Grant) going off to meet a mysterious man at an isolated roadside
bus stop, only to be chased down and shot at by a speeding crop duster.
As Hitchcock himself explained, the scene had it all—escalating danger,
misdirection, subverted clichés. But you know what it didn’t have?
Droids. Or a TIE fighter. Or the Millennium Falcon.

Thankfully, a new short film—appropriately titled Darth by
Darthwest—fixes all of that. Through some skillful editing and
compositing, Fabrice Mathieu's mashup updates Hitchcock’s classic for …
well, not so much the modern era as “a long time ago in a galaxy far,
far away.” Star Wars mainstay C-3PO and relative newcomer BB-8 each
make an appearance, as do the dusty vistas of Tatooine. (They meld
surprisingly well into the American Midwestern landscape.) Watch the
video in full to witness the first stages of Hollywood icon Cary
Grant's rigorous Jedi training.

=

Enjoy! :-)


Western farming is not always as wholesome as one could be lead to
believe! :-))

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzBz9FlqYU4


Haha! :-D

It's a long time since I saw THAT!

Btw, in REAL English, it's 'LED' not 'Lead'. Just sayin'! ;-)


The typo corrector don't indicate listed words! It did mark som of the
words in you text red though... Maybe you should try to master it...
:-ppp


--
teleportation kills

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Old May 25th 18, 04:23 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
David B.[_2_]
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Default FAO 'android'

On 25-May-18 4:15 PM, android wrote:
On 2018-05-25 12:08:32 +0000, David B. said:

On 25-May-18 12:49 PM, android wrote:
On 2018-05-25 11:20:26 +0000, David B. said:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EK1o6ixoe_I

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 spy thriller North by Northwest added all
sorts of suspenseful sequences to the cinema canon. Its most iconic
and imaginatively staged scene of all has a nervous Roger O.
Thornhill (Cary Grant) going off to meet a mysterious man at an
isolated roadside bus stop, only to be chased down and shot at by a
speeding crop duster. As Hitchcock himself explained, the scene had
it all—escalating danger, misdirection, subverted clichés. But you
know what it didn’t have? Droids. Or a TIE fighter. Or the
Millennium Falcon.

Thankfully, a new short film—appropriately titled Darth by
Darthwest—fixes all of that. Through some skillful editing and
compositing, Fabrice Mathieu's mashup updates Hitchcock’s classic
for … well, not so much the modern era as “a long time ago in a
galaxy far, far away.” Star Wars mainstay C-3PO and relative
newcomer BB-8 each make an appearance, as do the dusty vistas of
Tatooine. (They meld surprisingly well into the American Midwestern
landscape.) Watch the video in full to witness the first stages of
Hollywood icon Cary Grant's rigorous Jedi training.

=

Enjoy! :-)

Western farming is not always as wholesome as one could be lead to
believe! :-))

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzBz9FlqYU4


Haha! :-D

It's a long time since I saw THAT!

Btw, in REAL English, it's 'LED' not 'Lead'. Just sayin'! ;-)


The typo corrector don't indicate listed words! It did mark som of the
words in you text red though... Maybe you should try to master it... :-ppp


I've been trying to master English for all of my life!

Have a great weekend, 'android'! :-)

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David B.

 




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