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December 19, 2010

Eric Marrian

December 19, 2010

Eric Marrian

December 19, 2010

Eric Marrian

December 19, 2010

Eric Marrian

December 19, 2010

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Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
Dean Martin

It seems like the most appropriate Christmas song to post since it’s been snowing here for four straight days now and apparently it’s going to keep going until tomorrow too. I originally wanted to post the Vaughn Monroe version of this song that plays at the end of the Christmas classic Die Hard, but it seems that particular version so incredibly rare that you can’t find it anywhere online (so much for the internet, pfft!). So instead I’m reblogging myself from two years ago, because this version is at the very least second best.

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December 19, 2010

December 19, 2010

oldhollywood:

via The Seventh Seal (1957, dir. Ingmar Bergman)

“The final scene when Death dances off with the travelers was, as I said, shot at Hovs Hallar. We had packed up for the day because of an approaching storm. Suddenly, I caught sight of a strange cloud. [Cinematographer] Gunnar Fischer hastily set the camera back into place. Several of the actors had already returned to where we were staying, so a few grips and a couple of tourists danced in their place, having no idea what it was all about. The image that later became famous of the Dance of Death beneath the dark cloud was improvised in only a few minutes.

That’s how things can happen on the set. We made the film in thirty-five days.” 

Ingmar BergmanImages: My Life in Films

December 19, 2010

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