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My personal favorite, because it's such a vigorous reworking of the 
cliche, is from Hawks's Scarface, in which a blazing machine gun blows 
the leaves off a calendar.

George Robinson

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On 1/1/2013 2:23 PM, William McCarthy wrote:
> Does anyone know of the existence (in print or on the internet) of any sort of study and/or compilation of the temporal bridging shot? I am interested in drawing together a number of examples, particularly of those beyond the ordinary (rotating hands of a clock, the pages of a calendar flipping over in the stiff wind of time), such as that in "In Old Chicago," in which rising soap bubbles have imposed upon them the numbers of the passing years.
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> Gratefully,
> Bill McCarthy
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