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  • Re: Help Please

    and once you cherry pick the favorites, be honest with the buyer and don't expect much if anything for the remainder.

    Several times now I have gone to view "a large collection of movie posters" only to find video posters with all the good titles removed.  Adding a thousand video posters with unrecognizable titles  will not help my collection, so I have always passed and felt I lost an hour or 2 of my life.
  • Re: Haul Breakdown

    David said:
    Anyone know when the Clockwork Orange R18 one came out? Surely the R20 re-release came first?

    If I remember correctly A Clockwork Orange was originally R20 - it was well discussed at school (R20? wow, a must see movie!), we all thought it was stupid we was going to have to wait years to see such a popular movie. IIRC I did see it as a late night double feature with (I think) Rocky Horror (which was R13?) in about 1976/77 with a mate at our local cinema who didn't really care about our ages.

    Sometime in the '80s there was a re-release (If a hazy memory serves me well I'd guess around 1984/85) and by then it was R18, but we all had seen it so didn't care, in fact VHS was starting to boom and you could get all sort of movies that you hadn't previously been able to see....
    BTW, unbelievable acquisition, WIL.

    My thought is that the Australian releases followed the US ones.  Clockwork Orange originally came out in the states with an X rating in 1972.  About a year later Warner re-released it with an R rating after Kubrick cut about 30 seconds of sexual violence from the film.  I think that explains the R20 and R18

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