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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Quote Originally Posted by matthew0715 View Post
    If you cannot pause live TV, you need to get a DVR and join us in the 21st century. Of course, I say this as someone who still has neither an MP3 player nor a navigation device.
    The TV interface built into Windows XP MCE, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 is outstanding. As long as you have a TV tuner, it functions better than a TiVO without monthly charges. Best of all, with a plugin called ShowAnalyzer, you can automatically skip the commercials without pressing a button. I haven't watched a commercial in quite some time.

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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    GTS showed up in Sons of Anarchy EP2 2010.

    TV I know.

    Worst part was he was drinking shots, then he went nuts shortly afterwards. Guess he couldn't handle his bourbon.

    Bottle was featured prominently in 2 shots and close enough you could read the words. I'm pretty sure it was a product placement setup.

    So drink GTS if your a biker badass with a porn actress GF. A couple kids by another guy........gratis!
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Watched the original "Dirty Harry" recently. Harry's boss pulls a bottle of what looks like Very Old Fitzgerald bourbon out of desk about halfway through the movie.

    Later the Scorpio killer buys a bottle of Seagram's 7 Crown ("that'll be $5.69") shortly before pistol whipping the store owner with the man's own gun.
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Quote Originally Posted by matthew0715 View Post

    Later the Scorpio killer buys a bottle of Seagram's 7 Crown ("that'll be $5.69") shortly before pistol whipping the store owner with the man's own gun.
    Real cool, how many of us would love to do that to a retailer, I know I would.
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    In director Clint Eastwood's new film, "Hereafter," the Matt Damon character has a bottle of WT Rare Breed on a shelf in his kitchen, but he is never seen drinking it.
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    In Piranha one of the main characters can be seen filling a canteen from a tax striped bottle of WT shortly before getting a delivery of liquor from him friend. His friend says bourbon as he hands him a bottle but I think it was a bottle of JD Black.
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    It's not the movies, but the Iron Chef America episode "Cora -vs- Miranda" has bourbon as the secret ingredient.

    It is on again at 0100 Eastern time Monday morning and 2100 Thursday if you missed it tonight.

    I recognized a label free Blanton's bottle and some Makers in the few minutes that I've seen.

    The interesting part is that Alton Brown is referring to the different bottles as rye or wheat bourbon. I'll have to catch the beginning to see how much detail he goes into on the subject.
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Quote Originally Posted by callmeox View Post
    It's not the movies, but the Iron Chef America episode "Cora -vs- Miranda" has bourbon as the secret ingredient.

    It is on again at 0100 Eastern time Monday morning and 2100 Thursday if you missed it tonight.

    I recognized a label free Blanton's bottle and some Makers in the few minutes that I've seen.

    The interesting part is that Alton Brown is referring to the different bottles as rye or wheat bourbon. I'll have to catch the beginning to see how much detail he goes into on the subject.
    I'll try to post a link to the episode. They have MM, Blanton's, and Booker's. He refers to both MM & Booker's as wheat bourbon, and the Blanton's as rye.

    mmmmmm....I'd love to be judge tonight.

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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Quote Originally Posted by SMOWK View Post
    I'll try to post a link to the episode. They have MM, Blanton's, and Booker's. He refers to both MM & Booker's as wheat bourbon, and the Blanton's as rye.

    mmmmmm....I'd love to be judge tonight.
    Also some white dog to play with....recording it now for playback tomorrow .....beddy bye time now.
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    A bottle of MM can be seen on the bar in Bruiser when Henry's boss is hitting on his wife at his BBQ.

    In a few scenes a bottle of Jim Beam White can be seen in the bosses office in Stephen King's Graveyard Shift (not to be confused with "Graveyard Shift", in which no bourbon can be found iirc).
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