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Mystery Pic competition winners (September 2009)

Just thought I’d let you all know what’s been going on with the Mystery Pic scores…

Out of 32 competitions, 23 have ended, with eleven films correctly identified.

Phil C is the runaway leader, with four rounds under his belt, whilst Eugene Byrne, Eva, James Barlow, John Serpico, Mat D, Nigel and Scunnert share the crowded second place rostrum with a single win each.

In addition there are nine other games still open (#023-028, #030-032).

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Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

NSN

NOM. GUIDED MISSILE…

INTERCEPT – AERIAL…

SERIAL NO.

Them SWAT guys is going to get fried…

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

HOSTAGE TERRORIST

TERRORIST HOSTAGE

A STUDY IN DUALITY

Supermarket psychology bestseller of some tabloid TV pundit hauled in to comment on the Nakatomi siege (remember the ‘Helsinki Syndrome’ blooper?).

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

MAKE

EVERY DAY A

SAFE NO-FRY DAY

Poster on the side of the power guy’s van as the FBI stick their Johnsons in the mix.

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

NESTLE CRUNCH

Ulli enjoys some baby-murdering candy whilst waiting for the hostage crisis playbook to be thrown into operation.

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

TeRRY

Random graffiti near the elevator access space.

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

CLAY WM 29

Hmmm… Bill Clay, you say?

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

That’s a good quality fake driver’s license, right John?

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

NAKATOMI PLAZA

2121 AVENUE OF THE STARS

LOS ANGELES. CA 90213

EMERGENCY CONTACTS:

SECURITY OFFICE (213) 203-3723

BLDG. MANAGER (213) 203-3733

FIRE ALARM CODE 2134480

Handy numbers in case you ever need to contact Nakatomi.

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

IIII
I
Hans
Karl

John McClane’s aide memoire.

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

NOW I HAVE

A MACHINE GUN

HO HO HO

Merry Christmas, NYC cop-style.

Framed Documents #100: Die Hard

C4

I love all the internet chatter around how the C4 explosives in the film are apparently sporting inauthentically coloured wrappers.

A bumper crop of Die Hard screengrabs to celebrate the centenary post of Framed Documents.