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Dirty Dancing - Angry Mirror
Watch in the scene where Johnny and Baby are dancing and singing to the song "You're the one."
Neil, the boss's grandson, comes into tell him about his great idea. After Johnny agrees to do it his way, Johnny slams down to 45's and turns around. The camera switches to Baby, Neil is walking away and you see in the mirror as Johnny puts the same records down again.
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Anonymous on 10-08-1999
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Comments:
Josh writes:
I believe that the name of the song is actually "Love is Strange."
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ang writes:
Actually, if you watch REAL closely you will see that he is holding records in his had and puts them into the holder, as the camera shot moves to the mirror he is standing in the same position with the records in his hands puts them into the holder and then he slams the cover down.
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RockStar writes:
Actually, Tonyham, He slams down the records twice. I have seen this move 100 times and I think I know, It's after Neil leaves that he slams down the top of the recorder cover down, and it makes baby jump.
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HURSTFAN writes:
Actually Rockstar, if you look again, you can clearly see that it is a blooper. Johnny puts down the records while he is with Neil. Then when the view is of him in the mirror and Neil is walking away it shows him putting down the same stack of records.
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Tonyham writes:
Actually, the first time, he slams down the cover of the record player, not the records themselves.
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