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  • The final result will be two versions of the film – The original Roadshow and the General Release, both with Overture, Intermission, Entr'acte and Exit Music.

    Archive 2009-03-22

  • You are listening to a play; and a copy of the "Entr'acte" is thrust into your hand, containing a minute account of the death of a statesman two squares off whose name fills pages of history, or a battle in the East, where some officer whom you met two months before on the Boulevard has won immortal fame by prodigies of valor.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 29, March, 1860

  • Entr'acte, his "Mass in E flat", and about a dozen of his songs are immortal masterpieces.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • The "Don Juan" was followed by the Entr'acte and Ballet music from

    Plays, Acting and Music A Book Of Theory

  • Part 1 ended with Mr. Thomas conducting the Entr'acte No. 1 from "Rosamunde."

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  • This led to more incidental music, with Mr. Thomas and the orchestra performing the Entr'acte No. 3 from "Rosamunde."

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  • _Entr'acte_, both for a full orchestra, -- the two for 20 gold ducats.

    Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826, Volume 2

  • The Entr'acte asserts Lloyd Webber at his most soupily sumptuous and the second half is far better.

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  • "Entr'acte" title card instead of the Omar Sharif introduction.

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  • - Legendary filmmaker, John Ford, 1960. was produced as a large format 70mm (5 perf) motion picture, with an original running time of approximately 192 minutes plus Overture, Entr'acte and Exit music.

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