Talk:Curtain call

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Statement about Pavarotti is dubious. See http://www.mervinblock.com/?q=node/34. 142.46.8.34 (talk) 00:18, 19 June 2009 (UTC)

Example(s?) to hunt down details for? (Plus another thing.)[edit]

If the main page is truly wanting to add to the list, I've got one (for starters) that could be added... if I knew for sure which it was. The other day I saw the end of one of the "St Trinians" series of films (original b/w, not remake), apparently basing its misadventures primarily in the Middle East, and the end titles featured two or three of the actors at a time (the male ones only, as far as I noticed) performing styalised balletic movements (obviously out of character). Can't recall if the actor names appeared simultaneously (but probably did), and seemed to be pretty much a curtain-call feature. It'd be trivial to work out which film that was, but I thought I'd open this section for any further "not sure"s anybody has.

(Secondarily, I actually came here hoping to get notes on theatre curtain-call etiquette, after noticing at a recent performance that one of the actors appeared to touch his hat as a signal that this was the last in a series of full-cast bows during this particular curtain-call encore. Any insider in the business have any useful information about such signals, that they'd like us to know? Perhaps break this out into a separate section and duplicate my IP sig, if you're commenting back, and sort out the headers to look nicer. ) 149.254.218.228 (talk) 19:26, 25 January 2014 (UTC)

I agree with the second point about this article not focusing heavily enough on the theatre curtain call, but for a different reason. Curtain call is first and foremost a theatre feature, and to have more than half of the length of the article devoted to a list of movies which present their credits in a certain way is kruft, rather than encyclopedic. I'm going to delete the list right away, and replace it with the paragraph from the lead. Aspirex (talk) 11:50, 25 July 2014 (UTC)

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