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What an incredible couple of vids. Outstanding work. I usually don't watch the battle vids - just never saw the point. But yours are works of art. I recognized Alec Guinness, James Cagney, Richard Burton, Bogart, Stephen Fry (in Blackadder) Cary Grant, Tony Curtis (sounding like Cary Grant!). And I'm told Klaus Kinski. What was the Kinski from? There are so many Kinski rants and insane ravings to choose from, like in Werner Herzog's My_Best_Fiend. Who were the others film voices?
And great choice of music. Just classic work, Capten_C. Well done.
I suppose no such thing as SP, eh?
I've always liked your vids, especially El Alamein. It still holds the biggest "LOL" moment for me. Not bad vids these two. I liked them aswell but I must confess, it is getting a bit old using the same voices over and over from vid to another. :)
Thanks folks! I enjoy making em on a wet Sunday afternoon but without the Battlerecorder rewind, och, it's grueling work! Fiddling with Movie maker sure makes me appriciate all types of films now in a whole new way, wondering how this and that shot was made, camera angles etc, the whole god damn work behind putting a movie together, not to mention putting up with prima donnas! :D Favorite movie is 'My Name is Nobody" by the way, directed by Tonnino Valeri a protoge of Leone I beleive, love the black humour stuff. :cool: Can't see me making another for a while, lack of battlerecorder servers for a start ( phew!), plus I lose too much game time making em! :naughty: As for the repetitive voices, yes they have become like old friends, my favorite is beginning to become old Bogart "I stick my neck out for nobody!" and then of course getting it in the neck, I wonder what film it's from? Got the Carry Grant/Kinski stuff from fan sites. although I'm trying to learn the olde German from a Michael Thomas 8 CD course I haven't figured out what exactly Kinski is saying, I gather one line could be "round up all your livestock!" oh dear, apologies my German amigos! :lookaround: Love Kinski's line to Lee van Cleef in 'For a few dollars more' "Well well well if it isn't the smoker!" :smokin: Now that I've figured out a way to download youtube sounds, there's a new opening for fresh voices, and of course with Normandy coming sometime, old John Wayne and his American friends may make an appearance! See you at the Oscars! :lol: "Stay Calm"
Except that's an overdub of Kinski in For A Few Dollars More, and it's not his voice. It actually sounds a lot more like Anthony Hopkins doing his "Clarice" bit.
Here's one vintage bit of Kinski insanity...and he's not acting. That guy was a spoiled asshole...and just an inch or so away from being a psychopath IMO. This is from a 1971 one-man show called (in English) "Jesus Christ Redeemer Tour" (obviously Kinski felt he was the only actor qualified for the role). He is p.o.'d about the audience's lukewarm applause and tears into them...even tossing a mic stand into the crowd: YouTube - Kinski - Jesus.
How would you like to be stuck in the Amazon rain forest for months with this maniac? YouTube - Kinski - Fitzcarraldo fight.
The Indian characters in Fitzcarraldo were genuine deep-in-the-rain forest tribesmen when Werber Herzog hired some of them for some roles and many as extras. The Indians were so appalled at Kinski's outrageous behavior that the chief made an offer to Herzog to have Kinski killed. Makes me wonder what would have happened if Herzog thought he had enough film of Kinski! YouTube - Kinski - Murder Offer.
And this hilarious vid by director David Schmoeller about his hellish experience with Kinski on the set of Crawlspace in1985. Be sure to catch Kinski's agony at being told "Action!" to signal the start of the scene @ 3:30 in the vid: YouTube - Please Kill Mr. Kinski. This is a truly hilarious production by Schmoeller about working with a maniac.
Revealing insight jum jum, been watching the clips, thanks. I watched The Wrath of God many moons ago, It was very very long if I remember correctly! Not a man you'd want to irritate was he, as I've been gleaning the wiki pages "while filming Aguirre: The Wrath of God, irritated by the noise from a hut where cast and crew were playing cards, Kinski,using a rifle, fired three shots at it, blowing the top joint off one extra's finger" :lol: Love this quote ''as much as I'd like to do a movie with Spielberg, the script is as moronically shitty as so many other flicks of this ilk." :smokin:
Aquirre: The Wrath Of God was almost painful to watch. Not only the sheer misery of the story of the expedition, but of the poor film crew who had to make the picture. Imagine having to film those shots of coming down the mountain side and cutting through the rain forest. Egad! You know, Werner Herzog can't be so stable himself for putting everyone through that.
I cracked up watching this clip about the making of aforementioned flick :- http://http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=nGLwBCMSXys And I have the quote @ 1:58 in the lil' filum I made, only now do I fully understand the meaning, rather apt for movemaking! :lol:
Herr Ober, die Rechnung bitte
20th October 2007
I remember to have seen this clip in german. IIRC correctly, there the narrator tells, that the indios had offered him to kill Kinski shortly after this incident. :D
EDIT: Ah well, of course, it's directly in one of the related vids. YouTube - Kinski - Murder Offer
When a person from a simple hunter-gatherer society, untouched by our modern way of life and all its neuroses, is so disturbed by your outrageous behavior and mistreatment of everyone that he offers to kill you personally, that's a sign for you to do some serious reevaluation about how you conduct yourself.
Hey, wait a minute, Kinski died. Okay it was 10 years later, but he did die, and relatively young at 65. Wonder if the tribe's shaman had anything to do with it.....