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LIONPOWER FROM MGM(1967)

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  • But who did the artwork!

    • RW
    • 9/14/14

    Loved these shorts, but why not credit the artist? The last part is so recognizably Saul Bass' work, why not say so?

  • Why the lion had to ride off into sunset

    • Richard
    • 8/8/14

    I don't remember all the movies they plugged in this promo for upcoming MGM films in the late 60s, but a list of them will make you understand why the studio went under, and had to start selling off its backlot and a goodly amount of their wardrobe and props. The only real standout was for "2001: A Space Oddity." The rest were either average or abysmal. They even plugged movies that were shelved before even being made years later. It is truly historical: what was once the most powerful name in motion-picture making went under soon after this promo was released, and just a short look at these less-than-stellar films will tell you why.

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