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Pretty Woman - Magical Socks
When Julia Roberts and Richard Gere go to the park together, they sit down and Julia Roberts removes Richard Gere's shoes AND SOCKS. But in the next scene, Richard Gere HAS HIS SOCKS ON. Well... haven't you ever heard that magic is all powerful today?
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Chrisie on 09-18-1999
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Jezba writes:
In this scene Richard Gere's socks are removed and later shown to be on again. However the is a time laps in the film this is later on in the afternoon and the character been stubborn only wishes to go half way ie shoes off - OK. socks are a no-no
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anonymous writes:
Actually, later in the film both his socks AND shoes are replaced. However, I think this is because he was uncomfortable with Vivian removing his footwear and so replaced it during the time-lapse. This is emphasized later in the film when he returns to the park and this time makes a point of removing his socks and shoes in order to feel the grass under his bare feet. Edward becomes more relaxed during the film, which is represented in this instance when he feels able to remove his shoes the second time around.
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catknip@min.midco.net writes:
According to an interview in one of the flubs books, the socks issue is because of editing. You are missing the some of the scene that was cut for time restraints.
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LadyShadow writes:
No, actually, it doesn't show another scene with his socks back on.
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Leah writes:
I watch this movie a few times a week, (Yes I'm a huge fan) and I'm not sure what any of you are talking about. In the park she takes his shoes and socks off, takes his phone out of his hand and hangs it up. To which he says "I was talking to someone." After he says that it goes to the scene where they are riding horses. So there is no slip-up at all there.
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