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Trivia Countown! Six Days to Movies for Grownups on Turner Classic Movies
Posted By Bill Newcott On May 9, 2013 @ 8:00 am In Entertainment | Comments Disabled
I’m counting down the days until May 15, the night I get to introduce four great Movies for Grownups with Robert Osborne on TCM.  Here’s today’s trivia bit about one of the movies we’re showing:
Most film fans know that Gregory Peck’s spooky dream sequence in Alfred Hitchcock ‘s Spellbound was designed by the surreal artist Salvador Dali . It’s unforgettable as-is, but costar Ingrid Bergman later said the scene was originally planned to run for 20 minutes. Production stills show one excised segment in which the stars dance beneath a flock of grand pianos, hung from the ceiling.
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URLs in this post:
 Movies for Grownups with Robert Osborne on TCM.: http://www.aarp.org/entertainment/movies-for-grownups/info-02-2013/movies-for-grownups-turner-classic-movies.html
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 Alfred Hitchcock: http://www.aarp.org/entertainment/movies-for-grownups/info-11-2012/movie-review-hitchcock.html
 surreal artist Salvador Dali: http://arthistory.about.com/od/from_exhibitions/ig/dali_painting_and_film/dali_moma_0708_18.htm
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