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ONWY TRIVIA

Echo Park, where much of One Night With You was shot, was the original center of the film industry in Los Angeles, before the studios moved to Hollywood just before World War I.  Mack Sennett's studio was located in Echo Park until the end of the silent era, and a large number of silent comedies were shot in the neighborhood. Some of the earliest screen performers, including Gloria Swanson, bought homes in the Angelino Heights neighborhood before moving to Hollywood and other areas. The area has continued to be used as a location for films such as Farewell, My Lovely, Chinatown, Echo Park, and Mi Vida Loca. The 1960s television series Gilligan's Island was shot in the area as well as scenes in Michael Jackson's 1982 music video Thriller. The Manor, a house in the television series Charmed, is also located here. The area is popular with modern filmmakers for the pre-World War II look of some districts. [Wikipedia.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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KHP EXTRAS

 

 Behind the Scenes
Footage
ONE NIGHT WITH YOU
Poor Man's Process

Narrated by ONWY Director/Writer Joe D'Augustine

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The video for Daniele Luppi's album
"An Italian Story"
Directed by Joe D'Augustine
Featuring the song "Fetish Quartet"

"An Italian Story" is available on vinyl and CD
through http://www.danieleluppi.com

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PODCASTS

Joe & Leonard Mann discuss Leonard's experiences as an actor in the golden age of Italian Cinema (1968-1979). Recorded at the Edna Valley vineyard of cinematographer Joseph Montgomery 12/09/07.

KHP Releasing © 2007

Joe and Leonard Mann

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Coming Soon!

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PABLO FERRO

Joe D'Augustine talks with Pablo Ferro about his extensive career including his title and/or trailer work on Dr. Stangelove, Bullitt, Midnight Cowboy, Harold and Maude, A Clockwork Orange.

Click Here for the Film Forno promo post.

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L.A. CHANGES

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These and Other L.A. Landmarks featured in
One Night With You are Gone, Gone, Gone...Click Here to See How They've Changed.

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