Posts Tagged ‘1981’

Mis escenas favoritas de cine: “Heavy Metal” (1981). By Mikonos

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“Heavy Metal” (1981) fue una película de dibujos pionera para su tiempo. Hasta esa fecha no existía largometraje alguno de dibujos animados para adultos. Heavy Metal nos traslada a través de diversas historias a otros mundos y épocas llenos de violencia, sexo, terror y aventuras. Una combinación letal que ningún adolescente o infante de mi época, los 80, debió perderse por entonces. Aunque basada en un cómic americano del mismo nombre, algunas de las historias presentadas son totalmente originales, como la de Taarna y la de Harry Canyon. Todas presentan un nexo común de unión que se basado en una extraña esfera llamada el Loc- Nar, y que parece tener el poder de corromper con su poder de maldad a aquellos que la ambicionan. He seleccionado un par de secuencias como favoritas de esta película: DEN – Secuencia perteneciente al final de la historia, donde Den explica y piensa por qué desea quedarse en ese mundo mutante y renuncia al poder del Loc-Nar. Taarna – Violenta secuencia muy al estilo del Oeste americano en un Salón-Bar donde Taarna se encuentra con tres agresores del pueblo humano masacrado al comienzo de la historia. Este vídeo ha sido realizado por Mikonos para la web: “Zona Arcade – Construye, Restaura y Decora tu Máquina Arcade y Pinball”. Si desea saber más sobre este espacio y el autor del vídeo dirígete a la siguiente dirección: zonaarcade.forumcommunity.net
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I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll Joan Jett & The BlackHearts 1981

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I Saw Him Dancin’ There By The Record Machine I Knew He Must A Been About Seventeen Big And So Strong Playin’ myFavorite Song An’ I Could Tell it Wouldn’t Be Long Till He Was With Me, Yeah Me X2. I Love Rock n’ Roll So Put Another Dime in The Jukebox, Baby I Love Rock n’ Roll So Come An’ Take Your Time An’ Dance With Me OW.. He Smiled So I Got Up And’ Asked For His Name That don’t Matter, He Said, ‘Cause it’s All The Same Said Can I Take You Home Where We Can Be Alone An’ Next We Were Movin’ On He Was With Me, Yeah me Next We Were Movin’ On He Was With Me, Yeah Me, Singin’ I love Rock n’ Roll So Put Another Dime in The Jukebox, Baby I love Rock n’ Roll So Come An’ Take Your Time An’ Dance With Me Said can I take you home where we can be alone An we’ll be movin’ on An’ singin’ that same old song Yeah with me, singin’ I love Rock n’ Roll So Put Another Dime in The Jukebox, Baby I love rock n’ roll So Come An’ Take Your Time An’ Dance With Me ————— Writer Joan Jett Joan Jett (born Joan Marie Larkin; September 22, 1958) is an American rock guitarist, singer, songwriter, producer and actress. She is best known for her work with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts including their hit cover “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll”, which was #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 from March 20 to May 1, 1982,[1] as well as for their other popular recordings including “Crimson and Clover”, “I Hate Myself for Loving You”, “Do You Want to Touch Me”, “Light of Day”, “Love Is All Around”, “Bad Reputation”, and
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Heavy Metal 1981 German

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Szene aus dem 80er Kult Zeichentrickfilm Heavy Metal in deutscher Sprache. Synchronsprecher: Harry Canyon: Rüdiger Bahr Rudnick: Walter Reichelt Tochter des Professors: Dagmar Heller Polizist : Gernot Duda

Heavy Metal (1981)

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Heavy Metal (1981) – B-17 Scene (Takin’ A Ride – Don Felder)

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Canadian animated film from executive producer Leonard Mogel, who was also the publisher of Heavy Metal magazine. With Ivan Reitman producing and Gerald Potterton directing, the work flow was expedited by having several animation houses working simultaneously on different segments. The film is an anthology of various science fiction and fantasy stories adapted from Heavy Metal magazine and original stories in the same spirit. Like the magazine, the film has an unusual amount of bloody violence, nudity and sexuality for an animated film.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

HEAVY METAL MAY 1981

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1981 Heavy Metal movie introduction RADAR RIDER by RIGGS

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RIGGS with their song Radar Rider at the beginning of the 1981 movie Heavy Metal. I did a documentary on RIGGS that is also in my Youtube page. The documentary is also still in progress for an extended version. The documentary that is on my page was for a project at the Art Institute of Atlanta.
Video Rating: 4 / 5