"When classical music is associated with popular entertainment, the result is usually to trivialize it (who can listen to the 'William Tell Overture' without thinking of the Lone Ranger?). Kubrick's film is almost unique in enhancing the music by its association with his images."
-- Roger Ebert
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
When I was a kid, I got irked when presidential speeches took over all three broadcast networks. Since that was all we had. I used to flip between channels and note subtle differences between the feeds. Look, on NBC Reagan's suit is slightly more brown.
Posted by Kenneth Burns at 7:26 AM