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O Brother, Where Art Thou - Where's the Exit?
Go to the scene where the fugitives are in the movie theater and they see their long lost companion, Pete with a group of prisoners. When they turn around and talk to Pete, look towards the exit. Above the doors, there is a MODERN exit sign, you know, the kind with Red neon capital letters. I'm not sure what year they came out in, but definitely not back then!
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Ashley on 07-29-2001
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ztasre@bellatlantic.net writes:
EXIT signs have always been in red. EXIT signs have always been in all capital letters. These were metal boxes with the word "EXIT" stenciled out of them, a red piece of glass and a light bulb. Yes, they had light bulbs and electricity - that's how they were watching the movie.
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Rabbitlord writes:
I may be nitpicking here, but... Even today, exit signs aren't neon. Just plastic and a lightbulb. There's no reason that the exit sign in the movie shouldn't look like today's signs.
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grandmasterB writes:
Nevermind the neon part of the sign, I always thought the EXIT signs over doors were required to be installed more recently than during the Depression. This is clearly a slip-up.
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