[Moderator Omega - Wristscan]
Stewart's initial reaction to learning Kruger designs model airplanes . . .
Mar 15, 2023,17:45 PM
. . . is priceless. No matter how many times I watch that clip, it renders me in awe of his enormous subdued acting talent. He could say more with a raised eyebrow than Lawrence Olivier with half a minute of dialog.
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Our theme this week will be . . .
By: Dr No : March 15th, 2023-16:00
. . . focused on cinema. We all have favorite films and scenes . . . be prepared to share them along with the watch on your wrist about 36 hours from now. My all-time favorite scene is the anti-climactic dialog between Jimmy Stewart, Richard Attenborough,...
Good choice Art …
By: Cpt Scarlet : March 15th, 2023-16:15
With The Oscars just announced and everyone loving a good movie, I’m sure we will all enjoy this edition of WristScan. All I need to do now is to choose a watch or two !
Hello dear Art! Nice to have you hosting next weekend.
By: Subexplorer : March 15th, 2023-23:25
Love your theme! I love cinema and I can’t resist trying to identify the watches worn by the actors/ actresses in films. The Flight of the Phoenix is a classic!! Yes, I can well remember that scene!! But anyway the German designer could make it fly!! Inte...
There's video of the flying stunt . . .
By: Dr No : March 17th, 2023-15:16
. . . that killed the pilot, Abel. These days, a studio would hire a computer graphics expert to create this scene. That's precisely why cinema before CGI was more compelling than it is now. Reminiscently, Art
Hello dear Art: great theme you choose. I’m very fond of cinema…
By: Subexplorer : March 18th, 2023-14:17
… and the films you brought to your opening post and those posted by our friends bring me so many fond memories of nice hours spent in theater seats. To answer your theme I thought about a four favorite films and related them with watches in my collection...