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Stephen Pickard wrote:
"How I Would Sell -- GORGO" -- MGM's Technicolor Feature About The Monster With The Heart.
Published in The Motion Picture Exhibitor, March 1st, 1961.
Issue: Volume #65 #13.
Written By Maurice Goldberg, Advertising Department, Milgram Theaters, Inc., Fox Theatre, Philadelphia, Penna.
Two twenty foot cutouts of the monster with flashing red eyes were placed on the top of our
marquee. This is a traffic stopper.
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I hope this is the right forum, I just searched on photographing miniatures and here I am .I'm looking for some knowledge and advise on photographing
miniatures (stills ). Specifically on focal length and camera to subject distance for 35mm digital but there is probably much more for me to learn. My
brother is building his entire basement in to a big slot car track, it's a huge project taking several years. My interest in helping him is to take
photos with minimal or optimized distortion that will make this look as real as possible. Any experience out there willing to share would be welcome.
Links To All The Classic Monster Stills I've Posted: http://monsterkidclassichorrorforum.yuku.com/topic/30758
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count wimpula wrote:
my first viewing of this great film was on my 10th birthday party,with all my friends,at the now extinct Clawson,Michigan theatre...i was blown away,,always
loved dinosaurs,and i thought this was a dinosaur film.felt great empathy for the baby Gorgo,separated from his mother by greedy humans,was relieved when
they were reunited,,- and especially loved the destruction of London's landmarks,the effects were amazing- ,felt like this was Britain's answer to
Godzilla,enjoyed it totally,its a icon film from my childhood with great memories..highly recommend to all,a must see,great fun! until next time-count
wimpula..p.s.After my last viewing of my VHS-copy i noticed the Hammer Mummy billboard ,while the baby was being transported to his cage,thanx to a previous
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