Thursday, October 11, 2012

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5 comments:

P.E. Cor said...

Nice! It's interesting to see Blade Runner with a different soundtrack. Although must admit the original soundtrack is a big fav of mine.

girl6 said...

lovely music & footage..

remember the Bradbury building?..

Rot said...

no..what's that???

girl6 said...

here ya go...

The Bradbury was (almost certainly, but not conclusively proven) designed by George H. Wyman and was built towards the end of the 19th century. It is an office building (in fact the oldest commercial building remaining in central LA), and is located at 304 South Broadway (South-East corner of 3rd & Broadway) in Los Angeles.

Apart from Blade Runner, the Bradbury has featured in many films like "Double Indemnity", "Marlowe", "D.O.A.", "Chinatown", "Wolf" and "Lethal Weapon 4" and TV shows "City of Angels", "The Outer Limits" and "Banyon".

Coincidentally?, Ray Bradbury was Philip K. Dick's favorite SF author of the 1960's.

Rot said...

Wow...I had no idea.
I looked up photos and I've seen it, but just never knew it was called the Bradbury...very VERY awesome.