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Featuring the unmistakeable style of the great cartoonist Jack Davis.
I could've sworn that Jack Davis did a U.S. poster, that was then altered in foreign markets [heavily], and even in U.S. markets. The "new" posters saw Crapgame suddenly sporting a red do-rag, and saw a thin, beaked Big Joe.But my vast research [read: Google] suggests that the original photorealistic poster (well, photounrealistic), which can be seen here, was the one that later devolved into a madly grinning Rickles with a do-rag. That one's available here.Hmmm; I just realized that in the new one, they're ALL grinning, at least a bit. I guess somebody realized this flick wouldn't sell as a successor to The Battle of the Bulge, but might sell as A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Tank Battle. . . .What started out as another nod to Jack Davis turned into a Kelly's-obsessed trip through movie posters. Ooops.
Baseball Diaries,by Jim Carrollare not so funny.
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For a second there I thought Telly was in drag, and holding aloft a brunette wig.That would have made an interesting plot twist...
That would have made an interesting plot twist... IU always thought that Big Joe and Private Babra had a . . . modern relationship
I mean, I seem to recall early character-establishing dialogue:Big Joe: I thought I told you to bring me some good-looking kid, not this fat, sausage-chewing wino!Kelly: Well, if you were looking for a young boy, you should have sent somebody else, Joe. dialogue
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