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At around 28 minutes you see the clock is tight against the conduit.
At one hour and fifty minutes Stanley has shifted the clock, thus drawing attention to it, and the time is now 6:55.
Stanley also changed Alex's prison number in A Clockwork Orange from 6655321 in the novel to six, double-five, 3, 2, 1.
Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express is about the kidnapping and murder of little Daisy Armstrong and the people who want their self-appointed justice. The killer, Cassetti, bribed his way out of a conviction and fled America only to return under the name Ratchett. 12 people close to Daisy decided to take the matter into their own hands and kill Ratchett onboard the Orient Express. One of them, Mary Debenham traveling from Budapest aboard the Taurus Express, panics when she learns there may be a delay and she could miss the connection to the Orient Express if her train does not get in at 6:55.
Another character Helena tried to conceal her true name by putting a grease spot over the letter H on her husband's passport and then claiming to be Elena.
The Harford's daughter is also named Helena.
The centrifuge was built by Vickers-Armstrong, a British aircraft manufacturer.
Shelley Duvall (born in Houston, Texas) made her film debut in Brewster McCloud (shot on location in Houston, Texas). It concerns a young recluse who lives in a fallout shelter of the Houston Astrodome where he is building a pair of wings so he can fly. Recall Stanley's acceptance speech where he talks about Icarus and building better wings. Shelley's character is a part-time race car driver and drives a Plymouth Road Runner (beep! beep!).
In FMJ, Sargent Hartman asks if anybody knows who Charles Whitman was. Cowboy says, "Sir, he was that guy who shot all those people from that tower in Austin, Texas, sir!" Sarge says, "Charles Whitman killed 12 people."
In writing Dr. Strangelove, Stanley chose some interestingly odd character names such as Col. Bat Guano, Gen. Jack D. Ripper, President Merkin Muffley and Group Capt. Mandrake. The oddest one to me is Lothar Zogg. An internet search came up with Mandrake the Magician and his sidekick Lothar.
This is Ogg and Zogg. They are two Martians that have come to steal the amphibicopter and destroy Earth.
Good stuff, I'm connecting the dots, keep 'em coming.
One question and maybe a suggestion -
How is Murder on the Orient Express linked to Kubrick (other than having the name Armstrong in it and 6:55 on the clock?).
"The Harford's daughter also has the name Helena" - I get that this is from Eyes Wide Shut, but I had to look it up, it wasn't clear, and I'm not understanding the jumps to the Murder on the Orient Express and the connection there.. Is Kubrick connected to that film in some way?
I'd like to see this spelled out so that a 2 year old can understand it.
After Wendy knocks Jack out with the bat and locks him in the storage room we see that he's been sleeping on huge bags of Holly salt.
The Holly brand of salt does not exist. This is just a prop. Why?
One day I'm browsing Dave McGowan's Laurel Canyon series and on his website he had a list of names and addresses of all the famous people that lived in the canyon.
As I scrolled down I see Woodrow Wilson Drive. So I punched up a map of Los Angeles and sure enough, there it is.
In the upper right you'll find Woodrow Wilson Dr. To the left is Woodstock Rd. In the far bottom left is Nightingale Dr. and near the corner of Holly Pl. and Wonderland Ave. is the Lookout Mountain Studio.
In the picture your posted about the clock changing its position, I also noticed that they added some kind of refrigerator just below it and that the switch on far left in the first picture (the one next to the door) disappear in the second picture.