Thank you Svanya! this is the waste material appears in documentary "Dangerous Days", the poster brings a date if you look out carefully, of Zhora performance, she is appears same way as Zhora's dressing room on the film. The funny thing is she appears in her dressing room, but not in the stage, she is not wearing the Egyptian costume, I'll see if I can upload it here too, because was awesome... if I can find it.
[img]http://s019.radikal.ru/i641/1303/ce/81c8cc8e6c82.jpg[/img] [img]http://s018.radikal.ru/i511/1303/4d/c096ba3ca925.jpg[/img] [url=/i161/1303/ad/4bffceaa707a.jpg]WHITE DRAGON NOODLE BAR, THE The street diner where Deckard orders dinner at the beginning of the movie. This Ridleyville set was obsessively detailed, which does not really show in the movie. The White Dragon Noodle Bar is run by the Sushi Master.[/url] [img]http://s58.radikal.ru/i161/1303/ad/4bffceaa707a.jpg[/img] [img]http://s54.radikal.ru/i146/1303/79/1b611d1647a2.jpg[/img]
Withe Dragon shots were taken from "Dangerous Days", Svanya, but i dont remember the exactly chapter. thanks
[center][/center]Those are some super captures (maybe a few to be restored in the first-post?). I wish they'd release a Blu-ray, with even more unseen outtake/leftover footage. This is some interesting artwork from [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Burns]Jim Burns[/url] (worked for Ridley on the Spinners briefly), from the 1970s. First seen as the cover for an SF-erotic novel, in 1975: [url=http://rnuninga.home.xs4all.nl/NovCol/NCb.htm]Philip Jose Farmer "Blown" (1968)[/url] ...I noticed the French-edition of the novel; in the same-year, features a Moebius cover. [center][img]http://s23.postimg.org/vm60o8g5n/Blown_by_Jim_Burns.jpg[/img] [b]Jim Burns "Blown" original illustration[/b][/center] I believe Ridley was undoubtedly aware of "Blown". He went through a lot of Jim Burns illustrations, [url=http://s30.postimg.org/wji9mnw41/Colonel_Kylling_by_Jim_Burns.jpg]when looking for ideas for "DUNE"[/url]. One Jim did I really liked, in the past ...reminds me of [url=http://movies.trekcore.com/gallery/albums/tmp2/tmphd0220.jpg]Starfleet Command[/url] from the first "STAR TREK" film (also note that "Mechanismo" (art-book this is from), was a title Hampton also wanted to use for BR): [center] [img]http://s22.postimg.org/j9glxrdkh/Spaceport_by_Jim_Burns_L.jpg[/img] [url=http://s24.postimg.org/ahvsy15hh/Spaceport_by_Jim_Burns.jpg]Close-up counter-view[/url][/center] And certainly a piece of Jim's art that has stayed with me; in hindsight, a prediction of the shape of things to come, LOL: Oscar Wilde (1889): [url=http://s29.postimg.org/63ckammh3/Styreen_Fome_by_Jim_Burns.jpg]Life imitates art far more than art imitates life[/url]. :O Bonus Galleries: [url=http://www.139k.com/album/4322/1.htm]Jim Burns Gallery[/url] [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/retrosapien/sets/72157623613914271/with/455634612]Patrick Nagel 1970s Gallery[/url] [url=http://www.arthistoryarchive.com/arthistory/contemporary/The-Life-and-Art-of-Patrick-Nagel.html]Nagel[/url] was another artist that I think was influential, in regards to the film. At that time, he was better known for his illustrations, in Playboy Magazine. And what man then didn't at least flip through it, even just once in awhile ...find the serpent. :P Thanks Montesco. ^_^ S:)
I ll check it out Sawa! amazing material, thank you, Jim Burns artwork is incredible. You can take a look to Illustration Magazine I posted few months ago some threads below, you ll find a completly list of the most famous Sci-Fi illustrator of the all times. ):
[center][img]http://s006.radikal.ru/i213/1303/fc/0231a9032602.jpg[/img][/center] Well here is a variety of Taffeys models club. Here an Egyptian dress wearing by Zhora from Dangerous Days footage tittled [b]Make-Up Test[/b] and outside the club. [center][img]http://s48.radikal.ru/i119/1303/1d/109a76f94cfe.gif[/img][/center][center] [img]http://i066.radikal.ru/1303/e9/3fe0e4059aac.gif[/img][/center]
[b]Taffy Lewis[/b] SOURCE: WIKI [b]Taffy Lewis[/b] is the owner of a club in Los Angeles. Deckard traces the replicant Zhora there during his investigation. When Deckard arrives, he briefly questions Lewis. When Lewis is uncooperative, Deckard threatens him with an investigation of his permits to run the club. Lewis, still fairly uncooperative, tells his bartender to give Deckard a free drink. Following a brief apologetic call to Rachel, Deckard sits down at the bar as Zhora, in disguise as a snake-charmer named "Salome", begins her show. Deckard bluffs his way into her dressing room after her act is finished. After a few moments, Zhora attacks him and escapes the club, with Deckard in pursuit.
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