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  Ottman steals ''The Patches'' from Night Crossing on Superman Returns  
 
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• Posted by Elfman
• Date: Friday, July 7, 2006, at 7:58 a.m.
• IP Address: c207.134.219-197.clta.globetrotter.net


I saw Superman Returns and I pay very attention to the Ottman's score.If you pay attention to the score, in the middle of the movie, you will heard something : Gosh !, I already heard this piece... Ohhhh that was ''The Patches'' from Night Crossing by Jerry Goldsmith, it's exactly the same notes (twice time in the movie). It,s the scene where Lois Lane rides up the elvator and Kent seeing through the walls. It's a shame and I realy don't understand why ???

I know it,s crazy, but it's true. I am NOt the Only Person who have heard it. Ask many Huge fans of Goldsmith who saw this Superman movie, and they will say the same thing I mentioned...

I have a respect for you Mr. Ottman, but you are in a dangerous Territory. Be carefull !!!




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