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Blade Runner (1982) – Maybe a couple of things you didn’t know.

The title of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic “Blade Runner” (1982) apparently has nothing to do with the Philip K. Dick story the film is based on.  Instead, it comes from Alan E. Nourse’s 1974 novel about the supply of black market medical supplies in a dystopian future.

“Stone the crows! I did not know that.

(Source: http://www.totalfilm.com/features/60-greatest-movie-trivia-facts/blade-runner-1982)

Polaroids of the filming

Sean Young also took some polaroids during filming. These include her posing with Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer and others from the cast and crew.

Some shots are very cool, some are very ‘meh’. Anyway, you can check them out if you like as they’re posted on her website here:

Sean Young’s “Blade Runner” album

Sean Young’s “Blade Runner” polaroids.

Watch the 30th anniversary trailer of “Blade Runner” here:

Watch the original theatrical trailer here:

Watch the Rutger Hauer’s “Tears in rain” scene here:

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Part bibliophile, part cinephile, part dream weaver. Hmmn... in short, I like books and movies and I write words about both from time to time.


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