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Sharon Knolle <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 1 Feb 1999 01:17:27 -0700
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In _Notorious_ Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant cheat the censors by dragging
out a kissing scene past the then-accepted time limit by stopping and
restarting their kiss.

_Invasion of the Body Snatchers_ Kevin McCarthy kisses Dana Wynter and
realizes she's no longer human.

And how about _Godfather Part II_, with Al Pacino giving John Cazale the
kiss of death?

Sharon Knolle
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Entertainment and Technology Writing

>This message may have already been posted. Please excuse the duplication if
>it has.
>The National Film Board of Canada is producing a film about kissing entitled
>SLIPPERY BLISSES:WHAT'S IN A KISS? The idea is to "celebrate the kiss - it's
>human ethology, symbolism, sexuality, its politics and consequences.
>What would you all consider to be nominations for the greatest screen kisses
>of all time.
>Thanks for any suggestions.
>Katherine Kasirer
>Reference Librarian
>National Film Board of Canada
>phone: (514) 283-9045
>fax: (514) 283-9811
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