I ended up with a lot more scans than I had intended, but it seemed a shame to cut many of these. I didn't scan the whole thing, but more than half I'd say. Stuff without the Beatles, didn't seem much point.
It's curious that they devoted four pages to a scene that was supposedly "left on the cutting room floor". (the dance studio) Some stills in the mag are taken straight from the movie, and some aren't in the movie at all. Perhaps stills taken during the shooting, the most likely explanation, right?
Another odd thing, the still where they are piling into the ski lodge office window, if you do a frame by frame of the video, that scene looks like it's due in a few more frames, but it's edited out. (in the DVD, again curious that it's in the mag)
"It is quite possible that societies - much like individuals - collectively repress information, concepts, and ideas which would produce high anxiety levels if dealt with consciously."
Post by NothingIsReal1985 on Feb 22, 2015 17:32:32 GMT -5
Thanks for your input, LOVELYRITA... I always look forward to your perspectives; very gripping, insightful and thought-provoking.
I too, have noticed that there were doubles in the same said film... there were two of each Beatle in the movie. For instance:
-One George was exotic-looking and was more shapely, but the other one was plainer-looking and had a flat behind.
-There was a Ringo with a long, pointy nose (with that annoying bony bump in the middle), yet there was another one with a shorter, chunkier nose that looked like a sausage or flaccid penis.
-One John had more prominent buttocks and a straighter nose, was prettier and the other one had a flatter behind, looked slightly older, more Fohn-ish and had a hooked nose. I think one of them may have been left-handed, but was forced to use his right -- and the same with one of the JPMs being right-handed, but being forced to use his left -- as to not arouse any suspicion to the double situation.
History as shown that when clones are created not only is there NEVER a 100% match -- as NO two people are EXACTLY alike -- but certain physical traits tend to switch sides, like moles, lopsided smiles, and other asymmetrical features, even dexterity. (For example, one of the Sarah Jessica Parker clones has a mole on the opposite side of her mouth than the other SJP clone.)
-One of the JPMs appears to be wearing fake ears -- I looked closer and saw that he had NO ears at all, which is a sign of a cloned individual -- and is rougher-looking in the face, but the other one's ears seems to have his real ears. The Paul in the "Another Girl" scene not was not only rough-looking in the face, but he also has a LONG neck, which is another indicator of a clone.
But I reckon the "focus/social experiment" of testing the repla-CIA-ments in the motion picture didn't work out because ALL -- if not MOST -- of the original or early doubles were wiped out by 1967, as what has happened to a couple of my two other favorite male bands Hanson (1999) and Panic! At The Disco (2nd half of 2007). R.I.P. fellas... hope to be reunited with y'all in Heaven someday. ;D
And P.S. - You are TOTALLY right about the scene with the masks... this was one of COUNTLESS times the Illuminati has mocked the masses by putting this sort of subliminal, plain-in-hidden-sight occurrence RIGHT in our collective faces, and most people will be NONE the wiser. The Rabbit Hole/Warren goes so MUCH deeper than we'll EVER know, and TRUTH is (indeed) stranger than FICTION.
Post by NothingIsReal1985 on Feb 22, 2015 18:42:48 GMT -5
Photos of a plain-looking George double; also note that this George is not quite as pretty, has smaller eyes that are spaced further slightly apart, less prominent cheekbones, that his left -- to our right -- ear appears to be a fake prosthetic ear and that he has a more somber countenance or disposition.
In England on the set of Help! at the Buckingham Palace, 1965
The Bahamas on the set of Help! and in the hotel's swimming pool, 1965
The Butcher Photo-shoot, Spring 1966
Photos of an exotic-looking George double; also note that he is more attractive, has a differently-shaped face, larger eyes that are closer together and a more cheerful disposition. He also has a cleft or fissure in the middle of his tongue (like John and Paul did) something the ORIGINAL George Harrison did NOT possess.
In England on the set of Help! at an East Indian restaurant, 1965
In England on the set of Help! at the Buckingham Palace, 1965...