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"Napoleon" in Triptych was an Absolute Triumph

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Written by: Mark Lyndon reporting from Oakland via SMSDate: 26.03.2012
We had an excellent dinner in the lobby of the Paramount on Friday night. How the champagne flowed! Kevin and Carl made a speech. Carl quoted Nap: "Impossible is not French!"

Kevin was worried - the Triptych sequence was out of sequence at rehearsal.

The screening was sold out. There was a real buzz of excitement.

The Americans love a young hero who is up against it. How they cheered Nappy on. The Triptych was... An absolute triumph. I managed to sneak some photos. The whole audience rose to their feet and roared their approval as only Americans know how.

The closest we came to Coppola was his excellent wine, which we are drinking now in Fisherman's Wharf.
 
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Abel Gance’s "Napoleon" Presented in “Polyvision”

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