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Date: Tue, 6 Apr 1999 15:57:17 -0500 (EST)
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Subject: Re: [NYMAN] Philip Phile/Ravenous

The opening scene of _Ravenous_ looked to me like a spoof of the opening
scene of _Saving Private Ryan_, but considering it was just a waving flag
in each, though faded in the latter, it's hard to say whether or not that
was Bird's intention.

Scott

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On Mon, 5 Apr 1999, Andrew Cougill wrote:

> Also might add that "Hail Columbia" was often considered to be the
> (unofficial) national anthem by many in the 19th century, and very much so
> in  the 1840's. It was often played or sung at events, as the "Star
> Spangled Banner" is now. So it seems appopriate for the Ravenous
> soundtrack where as having the "Star Spangled Banner" would be an
> historical inaccuracy.
>
>
> Happy Listening!
> Andrew
>

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