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Speedway, on - set candids!

Sat Mar 25, 2006 2:14 pm

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Re: Speedway, on - set candids!

Sat Mar 25, 2006 8:05 pm

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Is that Sonny and Cher with him? the only picture of Elvis and Cher that I had ever seen was Image And I've always wondered if it was fake.

Sat Mar 25, 2006 9:03 pm

Thanks for posting these pictures. Never knew that Elvis met Sonny and Cher.

Sat Mar 25, 2006 10:17 pm

Truth is, he never did meet Sonny and Cher! Had there been a meeting, then there would of definately been a photo surfaced! The '74 shot is a fake! Here is the un-doctored image they got there hands on! All they did was slightly move the image, anti - clockwise!
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Re: Speedway, on - set candids!

Sat Mar 25, 2006 11:21 pm

Memphis wrote:
thefunkyangel wrote: Image


It's songwriter Lee Hazelwood and his daughter with Steve Grayson.

Re: Speedway, on - set candids!

Sun Mar 26, 2006 5:18 am

Tits McGhee wrote:
Memphis wrote:
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It's songwriter Lee Hazelwood and his daughter with Steve Grayson.

Thanks for clearing that up, That looks alot like Sonny though.

Re: Speedway, on - set candids!

Sun Mar 26, 2006 3:09 pm

Tits McGhee wrote:
Memphis wrote:
thefunkyangel wrote: Image


It's songwriter Lee Hazelwood and his daughter with Steve Grayson.


Thanks Tits, I've got an old monitor and the pics were kind of small, It makes sense that it's Lee Hazelwood, since he recorded with Nancy.

Mon Mar 27, 2006 8:38 am

Anyone know who this lady is!? Obviously it is not Nancy! Also, the area/ fence/ attire/ time ie. daytime - doesn't even match up with the sequence of scene/s in the final print! What gives? Anyone know!

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Mon Mar 27, 2006 4:03 pm

First of all, I just checked the IMDb trivia section.

Script originally offered to Sonny Bono and Cher.

thefunkyangel wrote:Anyone know who this lady is!?


I don't know her name, but that is most likely the script supervisor.

Wikipedia entry:

During production, the script supervisor acts as a central point for all production information on a film shoot, and has several responsibilites.

Script - The script supervisor is responsible for ensuring that everyone involved has the most current copy of the script. Once the script is finalized, changes are made a different color of paper. The script supervisor is given any changes, and ensures that they are printed on the correct color paper and distributed to all necessary parties. This will on many productions lead to a multi-color working script. The actual progression of colors can vary. One such such progression is (starting with the final script) -- White, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Green, Goldenrod, Buff, Salmon, Cherry, Tan, Gray and Ivory.

Continuity - The script supervisor takes notes on all the details required to recreate the continuity of a particular scene, location, or action. The supervisor is responsible for making sure that continuity errors do not happen. For every take, the script supervisor will note the duration of the take (usually with a stopwatch) and meticulously log of information about the action of the take, including position of the main actor(s), screen direction of their movement, important actions performed during the shot, type of lens used, and additional information which may vary from case to case. When multiple cameras are in use, the script supervisor keeps separate notes on each. The script supervisor will also keep track of dialogue as it is spoken and ensure that if it varies from the screenplay, this variation is made known to the director and noted.

Slating - The script supervisor interacts with the second assistant camera operator and the production sound mixer to make sure that each take of exposed film has a consistent and meaningful slate, that the sound and picture slates match. The script supervisor also notes the sound roll of each sync take, and the state of all MOS takes.

Lined Script - The script supervisor is responsible for keeping the most current version of the shooting script, and for keeping a copy of it as the lined script for the shoot. A lined script is a copy of the script with vertical lines drawn down the pages, indicating which takes cover which part of the script.

Production Reports - The script supervisor is responsible for preparing daily reports for the production team. These reports vary in form depending on the studio or production company; however, they generally include a continuity log, a log of the actual times that shooting and breaks started and stopped, and a breakdown of the pages, scenes and minutes that were shot that day, as well as the same information for the previous day, the total script and the amounts remaining to be done. Also included are the number of scenes covered (completely shot), the number of retakes (when a scene has to be reshot), and the number of wild tracks.

In her role as scribe, the script supervisor is the primary liasion between the director (who decides what scenes are to be shot) and the editor (who is usually not present during actual filming but needs to have exact records of the filming in order to do his job of cutting the film together.) The script supervisor is a technical rather than artistic position and is generally considered as part of the producer's or studio's staff. There is usually only one script supervisor on a given film production.

Wed Mar 29, 2006 12:33 am

Great photos Funky!! Here is one more:
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Wed Mar 29, 2006 12:38 am

Cool picture.