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Dune

Frank Herbert’s Dune is a masterpiece of a book, and, having read that and his sequels many times, I am very fond of it. In the 1980’s I watched the first movie adaptation, by David Lynch in 1984 and I … Continue reading

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Jockeying for position

I know I’ve quoted this part from Frank Herbert before, but it’s still as relevant as ever: Paul said: “Once I saw the body of a drowned fisherman recovered. The interesting thing about this man was the wounds on his … Continue reading

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TIL: Dune

Today I learned that Dune, while originally printed in the sci-fi magazine Analog in two parts, was first published as a book by a publishing company specializing in trade magazines and automotive manuals. They only got to publish the first … Continue reading

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Patrick Stewart, Dune og Sting

1) Selvom jeg er en af de få der holder af Lynch’s Dune (den kunne have været værre), så har jeg længe undret mig over at Patrick Stewart fik rollen som Gurney Halleck. Herunder er forklaringen. 2) Sting må have troet … Continue reading

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Relativt

Fra Frank Herbert’s Dune: Paul […] said: “Once, on Caladan, I saw the body of a drowned fisherman recovered. […] The interesting thing about this man was the wounds on his shoulders–made by another fisherman’s claw-boots. This fisherman was one of several in … Continue reading

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Dune

Frank Herbert’s mesterværk Dune, og de knapt så vellykkede filmatiseringer (David Lynch’s film og SyFy Channels TV-serier [1] og [2]), genfortalt i en enkelt tweet af Kyle MacLachlan:  

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