I use a VLC but different DVDs do come up with slightly different screenshots. It's an inexact exercize.
It's a very plum... plumEven Pee Wee Herman would love this redundant statement from The English Patient. 'Mmm, plummy!' But it gets at one of the best things about the movie, the feast it offers the senses.
In this first frame from Gone With the Wind, "Good Morning Scarlett", our heroine is all ablur ready to wreak havoc at the Wilkes Plantation. In the second frame (20:08 if you remove the overture) she's transferring her affections to Charles when she can't find a wedge inbetween Ashley & Melanie, newly betrothed.
Charles Hamilton, I want to eat barbecue with you! And mind you don't go philandering with any other girls because I might be jealous.Such a troublemaker, that one! Or as her husband hunting rivals call her, "a hornet".
Visit Nick's Flick Picks for the new episode of Best Pictures From the Outside In as Mike, Nick and I tackle these two film giants, two of the longest best picture winners evah. "Fiddle Dee Dee"
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