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Old 18th March 2011, 11:57 AM
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Now I've seen the front and back of Mrs Wardh, I'm a happy man *nudge nudge, wink wink*
Say no more! A nod's as good as a wink to a blind bat!
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Old 18th March 2011, 12:52 PM
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Now I've seen the front and back of Mrs Wardh, I'm a happy man *nudge nudge, wink wink*
I've had to be very diplomatic in typing things for this title's artwork. In the "I don't think so pile" are:

  • You've seen Mrs Wardh's front...
  • The reverse of Mrs Wardh.
  • Mrs Wardh's other side.
Ultimately I've gone for calling the film by it's full title of just Strange Vice - much less troublesome!
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Ultimately I've gone for calling the film by it's full title of just Strange Vice - much less troublesome!
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Much less troublesome but much less fun for those of us who try to work a doable entendre into a post every now and again and see if anyone notices.

You could just write 'The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh' every time, and see how long it takes before you end up diagnosed with RSI!
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Old 18th March 2011, 04:58 PM
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Well I am sure it would help with touch typing training!

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Well I am sure it would help with touch typing training!

Or Dragon NaturallySpeaking, which is what I use -- fast, efficient and pretty accurate!
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Nice blog, Sarah!
I definitely prefer Panel #2 of this one, looking great as it is.
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Hope this hasn't already been asked, searched 'polaroids' and it didn't turn up - are the polaroids on the cover actual continuity photos from production? The writing on them seems rather technical, listing shot type (close up, interior, etc.) and scene number. Apologies again if this has already been explained.
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Hope this hasn't already been asked, searched 'polaroids' and it didn't turn up - are the polaroids on the cover actual continuity photos from production? The writing on them seems rather technical, listing shot type (close up, interior, etc.) and scene number. Apologies again if this has already been explained.
They're not production polaroids from when the film was being made. They're purely an invention by the sleeve designer.

Plus the polaroid cameras using that type of 'film' didn't come out until 1972...

Polaroid SX-70 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Old 30th July 2011, 01:32 PM
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They're not production polaroids from when the film was being made. They're purely an invention by the sleeve designer.

Plus the polaroid cameras using that type of 'film' didn't come out until 1972...

Polaroid SX-70 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Has anyone found reviews of WARDH that has image comparisons between the different versions?
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