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the mess of a movie is so long

Keep in mind some TV versions of this movie restore a ton of cut footage. When this was first shown on ABC it was shown over two nights!

Neil

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Waterworld:

1) Main Titles

2) Escaping the Smokers

3) The Atoll

4) Gills

5) Prodigal Child

6) Smokers Sighted

7) Helen Frees the Mariner

8) Speargun

9) The Skyboat

10) Haircuts

11) Helen Sews

12) Half an Hour

13) Swimming

14) The Bubble

15) We're Gonna Die

16) National Geographics

17) Arriving at the Deez

18) Deacon's Speech

19) Why Aren't You Rowing

20) Slide for Life

21) Balloon Flight

22) Dry Land

23) Mariner's Goodbye

24) Main Credits

This may not be 100% accurate as I just wrote it from memory, but it should be mostly correct. :wave:

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Anybody knows the chronological order of Johnny English? Because of the hidden track I'll have to make a CD-R copy anyhow.

I'll try (* = tracks 12 and 13 I?m not at all sure about)

1. Russian Affairs

2. A Man For All Seasons

3. Man of Sophistication

4. Truck Chase

5. The Only Ones

6. Parachute Drop

7. Pascal?s Evil Plan (use only up to 1:33)

8. Kismet

9. Theme From Johnny English (Salsa Version)

10. Off The Case (two cues, but they are consecutive)

11. Cafe Conversation

12*. Into Pascal?s Lair

13*. Pascal?s Evil Plan (the whole track)

14. Does Your Mother Know?

15. For England

16. Riviera High

17. Agent no. 1

I put theme from Johnny English at the beginning of the CD, though it doesn?t fit in the film anywhere ? I don?t think?

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Contact:

1) Awful Waste of Space

2) Heart Attack

3) Ellie's Bogey

4) The Primer

5) Really Confused

6) Media Event

7) Test Run Bomber

8) Button me Up

9) Good to Go

10) No Words

11) Small Moves

12) I Believe Her

13) End Credits

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Thank Danielle - appreciated.....

......now then.....erm....BUMP!! to a useful thread.....

Has anyone had a go at using the two Dune albums (from the 1984 movie) to try and sequence a definitive version...?

Or am I STILL the only fan of that movie and it's soundtrack....?

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Yeah, what's with these film score people actually watching movies? And why do so many people have screen names using Lucasfilm characters?

Neil - guilty of everything

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Homeward Bound, Bruce Broughton:

1. My Name Is Chance (04:23)

2. The Journey Begins (02:52)

3. Just Over That Next Hill (01:41)

4. Fording The Stream (01:14)

5. Breakfasting With Bears (01:11)

6. The Cougar (03:54)

7. The Little Lost Girl (02:50)

8. Escape From The Pound (02:20)

9. Reunited (04:22)

10. End Credits (05:02)

The Man From Snowy River, Bruce Rowland

1. Main Theme (01:23)

2. Henry Dies/Farewell to Frew (01:45)

3. Clancy's Theme (02:06)

4. Jessica's Sonata (00:47)

5. Jessica's Theme (Breaking in the Colt) (03:18)

6. The Brumbies (02:09)

7. Searching for Jessica (03:58)

8. Mountain Theme (01:51)

9. Rosemary Recalls (01:22)

10. The Chase (04:59)

11. Jim's Ride (01:28)

12. Jim Brings in the Brumbies (01:58)

13. Harrison's Homestead/Jim Gets His Horse (02:28)

14. End Titles (03:54)

:)

ttbk, postive everyone has been on the edge of their seats waiting for someone to do these two titles...

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Looks like danni was watching too many Films

whats with 1138  

Greg...... Danni ?

Yes - this deserves a bit of an explanation - and an apology!

I have ALWAYS used the log-on name "Greg1138" on more-or-less every site I have registered with......naturally, when registering with JWFan.net I automatically typed in Greg1138.....without thinking to check if anyone else had had the same idea.....of course, when I navigated round the boards a bit more I came across Danielle's username - and felt somewhat embarassed and guilty!! Sorry Danielle!!!!!!!!! It was not intentional!!!!!

As for the "1138" thing - well - don't you see the connection?

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Looks like danni was watching too many Films

whats with 1138  

Greg...... Danni ?

Yes - this deserves a bit of an explanation - and an apology!

I have ALWAYS used the log-on name "Greg1138" on more-or-less every site I have registered with......naturally, when registering with JWFan.net I automatically typed in Greg1138.....without thinking to check if anyone else had had the same idea.....of course, when I navigated round the boards a bit more I came across Danielle's username - and felt somewhat embarassed and guilty!! Sorry Danielle!!!!!!!!! It was not intentional!!!!!

As for the "1138" thing - well - don't you see the connection?

I see the connection. They like George Lucas. ROTFLMAO Lets get them and string them up :thumbup:

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Looks like danni was watching too many Films

whats with 1138  

Greg...... Danni ?

Yes - this deserves a bit of an explanation - and an apology!

I have ALWAYS used the log-on name "Greg1138" on more-or-less every site I have registered with......naturally, when registering with JWFan.net I automatically typed in Greg1138.....without thinking to check if anyone else had had the same idea.....of course, when I navigated round the boards a bit more I came across Danielle's username - and felt somewhat embarassed and guilty!! Sorry Danielle!!!!!!!!! It was not intentional!!!!!

As for the "1138" thing - well - don't you see the connection?

I see the connection. They like George Lucas. :) Lets get them and string them up :(

This from a man with the user name "Jedimaster"..... :roll:

Just being cheeky, Hi Dean!

Greg :wave:

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As for the "1138" thing - well - don't you see the connection?

is it your ATM passcode?

Now I bet you wish you could get hold of my card, don't you???

LOL

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Looks like danni was watching too many Films

whats with 1138  

Greg...... Danni ?

Yes - this deserves a bit of an explanation - and an apology!

I have ALWAYS used the log-on name "Greg1138" on more-or-less every site I have registered with......naturally, when registering with JWFan.net I automatically typed in Greg1138.....without thinking to check if anyone else had had the same idea.....of course, when I navigated round the boards a bit more I came across Danielle's username - and felt somewhat embarassed and guilty!! Sorry Danielle!!!!!!!!! It was not intentional!!!!!

As for the "1138" thing - well - don't you see the connection?

I see the connection. They like George Lucas. :music: Lets get them and string them up :music:

This from a man with the user name "Jedimaster"..... :roll:

Just being cheeky, Hi Dean!

Greg :wave:

Hi Greg, I try to be cheeky when possible but being in a different time zone is very depressing. By the time I see something I want to respond to there are already a dozen or more posts ahead of me.

:P

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I'm not too sure of the order, but I believe it starts ith Pirates of the Caribbean, soon shifts to Drop Zone, segues into Gladiator, closely followed by The Rock, then probably back to Drop Zone, ...

;)

But, heck, yes, I do find it fun and entertaining.

I intensely wish it had been a proper, original, and more piratey score, though.

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So I have so far failed in finding someone else who likes "POC" then?

You're not the only one.

Sequencing the album chronologically by tracks is damn near impossible - most of the tracks are made of one or more separate scenes

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In case anybody else wants to know, here's the chronological listing for Pocahontas:

1-2. The Virginia Company - Ship at Sea

3-4. The Virginia Company (Reprise) - Steady as the Beating Drum (Main Title)

15. Pocahontas

5. Steady as the Beating Drum (Reprise)

6. Just Around the Riverbend

7. Grandmother Willow

8. Listen with Your Heart I

18. River's Edge

16. Council Meeting

17. Percy's Bath

9. Mine, Mine, Mine

10. Listen with Your Heart II

20. Getting Acquainted

11. Colors of the Wind

22. Picking Corn

23. The Warriors Arrive

21. Ratcliffe's Plan

24. John Smith Sneaks Out

19. Skirmish

14. I'll Never See Him Again

** If I Never Knew You

12. Savages (Part 1)

13. Savages (Part 2)

25. Execution

26. Farewell

28. If I Never Knew You (John Secada and Shanice)

27. Colors of the Wind (Vanessa Williams)

** I ripped this from the new DVD (and save for the final trademark Menken "thump" note, it rips pretty cleanly). In case you didn't know, this song was cut from the original release of the film. Alan Menken himself said he thought the test audiences were getting bored at that point and he suggested the song be removed. But now on the new DVD it's put back in, resulting in a better love story and a better film. Since the theme is used throughout the score, it just doesn't seem complete without the song. (There is also a very short reprise in "Farewell" that is not on the CD, but I haven't yet gone to the trouble to try to edit it back in.)

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SpaceCamp, anyone?

There's somewhere a thread on the bootleg, which has been chronologically arranged, or you can check David Vincent's site perhaps? (That boot does exclude The Training Montage if I remember well, I don't have it myself).

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The Passion of the Christ

1. The Olive Garden

3. Jesus Arrested

4. Peter Denies Jesus

8. Flagellation / Dark Choir / Disciples

5. The Stoning

10. Peaceful But Primitive Procession

2. Bearing the Cross

6. Song of Complaint

7. Simon is Dismissed

11. Crucifixion

12. Raising the Cross

13. It Is Done

14. Jesus is Carried Down

15. Resurrection

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Just so I don't have to go through the last 4.5 pages of this thread....can anyone tell me what the track listings names are for the 2-CD Promo version for Artifical Intellegiance, please?

CD 1 - 11 tracks

CD 2 - 18 tracks

Also is the "Complete cue list" in the Filmography section for this pretty much accurate..?

Any and all help would be appreciated...

By the way I just barely got this score from a friend of mine...

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