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Andy Warhol's HEAT

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Andy Warhol's HEAT#0
Posted: 9/13/04 at 8:43pm
I love this movie. The actors are so stoned they become amazing. Sylvia Miles is hysterical and Joe Dellasandro is, well the title tells it all.

Any fans here?
" ...the happiness in the tune convinces me that I'm not afraid."
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#1
Posted: 9/13/04 at 8:56pm
Joe Dallesandro in that era was one of those rare human beings who should never have been allowed to wear clothes at any time and should have been filmed and photographed 24 hours a day just wandering around his apartment and going about his day. Off the top of my head, Dallesandro is all I remember about this and most of the other Warhol films of the period (though Candy Darling was entertaining).
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#2
Posted: 9/13/04 at 8:59pm
I think this one is worth another viewing. Sylvia Miles whom the year before had been nominated (did she win?) for an Oscar must have lassoed the cast in attempting to actually act.

Pat Ast is hysterical.
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#3
Posted: 9/13/04 at 9:05pm
which is the one he did with Carroll Bakker?
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#4
Posted: 9/13/04 at 9:09pm
BAD, but I've not seen that one.
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#5
Posted: 9/13/04 at 9:10pm
Oh yes, I do remember Sylvia Miles (I think she was nominated for Midnight Cowboy). She was very good in several films in the early 70's, but later became known as a "professional celebrity," ALWAYS there whenever a camera was in the vicinity (there was a famous line about her, not sure who said it, "She'd show up to the opening of an envelope."). Miles was also famous for ..... was it dumping a plate of spaghetti? .... on the head of John Simon upon encountering him in a restaurant shortly after a particularly cruel review from him. For that, she's always good in my books.
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#6
Posted: 9/13/04 at 9:11pm
She was killer on one episode of SEX AND THE CITY, mashing lithium into her ice cream.
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#7
Posted: 9/13/04 at 9:22pm
and speaking of Joe Dallesandro, he co-starred with Katherine Houghton in a 1974 horror flick called "Seeds of Evil"...

"A sinister landscaper turns into a tree and learns to communicate with his fellow plants."

i wonder what aunt kate thought of this one......
Updated On: 9/13/04 at 09:22 PM
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#8
Posted: 9/13/04 at 9:28pm
OK, I'm adding that to my list of movies to find on Ebay....
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#9
Posted: 9/14/04 at 10:52am
Sylvia Miles was very funny as a stage producer, who along with her husband/producing partner (reminds me of the Weisslers), try to get Diana Rigg to star in their next show in the movie EVIL UNDER THE SUN. Maggie Smith also stars and the insults volleyed by Diana Rigg and Maggie Smith are priceless. Delightful Cole Porter score in the background. It's out on DVD and well worth owning.
Evil Under the Sun on DVD
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#10
Posted: 9/14/04 at 11:20am
I adore Evil Under The Sun. "She could throw her legs higher than any chorus girl. And wider." LOVE IT.

But the appeal of Andy Warhol movies escape me. I struggled through Flesh, only for Mr Dallesandro, but it bored me to tears. I tried to watch another one, don't even remember what it was, and I had to stop.
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#11
Posted: 9/14/04 at 11:33am
Try HEAT.
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#12
Posted: 9/14/04 at 11:33am
I think that was the one. I'm done with Warhol.
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#13
Posted: 9/14/04 at 11:38am
OK, not going to jump through hoops to convince you. Leonard Maltin did give it three or four stars though. Said it was "Andy Worhol meets Sunset Blvd."
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re: Andy Warhol's HEAT#14
Posted: 9/14/04 at 11:42am
Did anybody sing With One Look? re: Andy Warhol's HEAT
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