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(Huffington Post)   Director Richard Sarafian, who helmed the classic Vanishing Point and the classic Twilight Zone episode Living Doll, has died at 83   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 23
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2013-09-22 01:42:22 PM
I'm Talking Tina. Here's your extra ball.

teeheehee!
 
2013-09-22 03:32:58 PM
Kwame?
 
2013-09-22 03:34:51 PM
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2013-09-22 03:45:09 PM
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2013-09-22 04:30:48 PM

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2013-09-22 04:42:08 PM

DanZero: I'm Talking Tina. Here's your extra ball.

teeheehee!


It's TALKY Tina, dammit!
 
2013-09-22 04:47:55 PM
One of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes.

/Pleasant dreams, RS. And thank you.
 
2013-09-22 04:49:43 PM
Vanishing Point trailer, in case you thought Quentin Tarantino was original.
 
2013-09-22 04:54:46 PM
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2013-09-22 05:16:29 PM
Vanishing Point was a weird movie. It seems like every director in the early 1970s was doing a violent, depressing ending for their movies. (See Easy Rider, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, Midnight Cowboy, etc.)
 
2013-09-22 05:41:47 PM

NutWrench: Vanishing Point was a weird movie. It seems like every director in the early 1970s was doing a violent, depressing ending for their movies. (See Easy Rider, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, Midnight Cowboy, etc.)


See also, Bonnie and Clyde, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Chinatown, etc.  The late 60s and early 70s were truly a golden age of downer movies.
 
2013-09-22 06:04:43 PM
This is the sorry son of a b*tch who thought that it would be a good idea to cast Gary Busey as Bear Bryant in "Bear" the life story about the famous Alabama coach, then allowed Busey to film a lot of the scenes while drunk. The film turned out so badly that the Bryant family bought up all the rights to it and won't ever release it. And the only thing that people in the south remember about the movie was how terrible this arrogant POS director and his staff treated everyone in Decatur, Georgia and College Station, Texas.

/Yes, I am aware that it's bad manners to speak ill of the dead.
 
2013-09-22 06:25:39 PM
I liked the girl on the motorcycle.  Hope she was wearing sunblock.
 
2013-09-22 06:27:50 PM
Vanishing Point was a farked up movie
 
2013-09-22 06:35:42 PM

danielscissorhands: Vanishing Point trailer, in case you thought Quentin Tarantino was original.


My only issue with the trailer is that I don't believe that Challenger was supercharged.  Just sayin'.
 
2013-09-22 06:37:24 PM
Saw Vanishing Point at a drive-in when it came out on its first run. From that day forward, I have craved, and continue to crave, a 1970 white Challenger R/T...I owned a 1970 Charger with the 440 for a while in 1974 but it wasn't the same. I expect to die unfulfilled unless I win the lottery. And no, I don't want one of the new Challengers.

/Kowalski was a great American anti-hero
//Some great music in that movie, too
///"Where....oh where...oh where do we go from here?"
///Loved it when he caused the Jaguar driver to plunge into the river
////May have to watch my DVD of the film tonight
 
2013-09-22 08:20:00 PM

Strongbeerrules: I liked the girl on the motorcycle.  Hope she was wearing sunblock.


No kidding. Vanishing Point made me love naked hippie chicks on motorcycles.

Ironically, she's now a wardrobe person.
 
2013-09-22 09:33:09 PM
Came in for the screengrabs of the naked motorcycle chick in VP, leaving disappointed.
 
2013-09-22 09:51:42 PM
Actually Varmitydog I thought "Serafina" as the Italian 'businessmen' from Ohio who ran the restaurant he hung out & worked @ in Ohio called him, was an amazing guy, he lived in a Brentwood apt aropund the corner from The Doors' producer-'Vanishing Point' is everything an early 70's exploitation film oughtta be and more R.I.P.
 
2013-09-22 10:18:03 PM
www.cinemaretro.com
 
2013-09-22 10:46:12 PM

Pants full of macaroni!!: DanZero: I'm Talking Tina. Here's your extra ball.

teeheehee!

It's TALKY Tina, dammit!


Ah well
 
2013-09-23 01:18:30 AM
He unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension - a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. He's moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. He's just crossed over into the Twilight Zone.

-Season 5 Opening in honor of The Living Doll Director.

Rest in Peace my friend. You made one of my favorite series better.
 
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2013-09-23 07:02:29 AM

BrianGriffin: Saw Vanishing Point at a drive-in when it came out on its first run. From that day forward, I have craved, and continue to crave, a 1970 white Challenger R/T...I owned a 1970 Charger with the 440 for a while in 1974 but it wasn't the same. I expect to die unfulfilled unless I win the lottery. And no, I don't want one of the new Challengers.

/Kowalski was a great American anti-hero
//Some great music in that movie, too
///"Where....oh where...oh where do we go from here?"
///Loved it when he caused the Jaguar driver to plunge into the river
////May have to watch my DVD of the film tonight


I love that movie. I want a White Challenger and yes for me at least the ones I see out there today do count not because they are the same but because they remind me of the movie and Kowalski and the stunning choice he makes at the end of the movie. And I will pull out the bluray of it and watch them try to catch Kowalski.
 
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