Posted by NightSky on September 01, 2000 at 14:13:00:
In Reply to: Re: Wes ain't chopped liver, but Hawkeye RULES! posted by Christina on September 01, 2000 at 11:03:03:
: : Christina writes?
: : : Yep, MMMMMMarcia, gotta go with you on this one. Can't sway from the decision I made at first seein' the film in '92 that DDL as Hawkeye was, no question, my perfect man. In triplicate.
: : : And for those wonderin' about Hawkeye's Ebay qualifications, I got in a terrible bidding war back in May with an unnamed wench from California over a vintage original "LOTM" poster. Had to stay up until 3 a.m. to wrestle it out of her grimy hands...and now I have it...right across from my bed...DDL/Hawkeye...ALL MINE...
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: : Christina, tell me it's not the one that says "First American Hero???" I'll be PEA-GREEN with envy, if so!! I've wanted that poster for 7 years!!! In fact, it keeps me looking on eBay all the time. Some day, I'll find it for myself.
: : Now the orange poster of him running with the nicely exposed thigh is hanging on my hall wall, just outside my studio door...carefully positioned to look as though he's running into my studio to save me. From what, I'm not sure, unless it's all this work that has piled up while I was bed-ridden.
: : Hey, in case you like Ralph Fiennes, too (as *I* do), there are several very nice posters & pictures of him up for bid. I'm hoping to get a really nice English Patient one. Guess I'm going to have to have a new house soon, with a movie memorabilia room to hold all my Oz, LOTM, and English Patient stuff!
: : MMMM
: Marcia, it's the orange one with the nicely exposed thigh. I've never seen the "first American hero..." one up for auction, but now I'll be lookin'!
: Must admit to bein' illiterate on my Ralph Fiennes quotient, although I like him a lot. I've not seen the "English Patient..." yet (wait, stop,don't pelt red-haired lass with tomatoes!) but I'm sure will get around to it sometime soon. Hey, I'm the woman who waited three years to see "Braveheart" because I couldnt' stand to see the end, and you know how I reacted to the end of the book "cold Mountain!" :-)
: I like the idea of Hawkeye runnin to save ye from your studio...I like to imagine he's coming down to swoop me away from the pressures of deadlines!!!!
: She-Who-Wants-To-Be-Taken-Away (and not by Calgon!)
MMMM & Christina: Just picked up the First American Hero poster a couple of weeks ago on eBay. Was the third time I'd tried, and finally got it by waiting till the last minute to bid - but it's mine now. The same seller I bought mine from has another one that went on yesterday. His starting price is $20, but you'll be lucky to get it anywhere near that price. NightSky
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