I used those rest rooms on several occasions and i don't think they ever up-dated them from their 1959 style.
Speaking of 'those restrooms', there's an interesting bit of "Alamo, The Price Of Freedom" trivia that's related to them. According to one of the films' historical advisors, Kevin Young, the props department could not decide on which style of Jim Bowie knife to use in the film, so they ended up using a generic, store-bought knife and then altered it by replacing the crossguard with one of the stall handles from the Waynamo restrooms! Needless to say, this made APOF's Alamo Bowie knife a unique one, to say the least!
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Post by Bromhead24 on May 15, 2005 10:35:10 GMT -5
A friend of mine told me the other day that "Alamo POF" is playing at the Imax theater in Hastings Nebraska and he said he saw it. I quized him on the film and it looks like the same movie shown in San Antonio.
The Waynamo compound under fire, during the filming of"ALAMO: The Price of Freedom".
Say, I have a newspaper reporter brother who lives sorta near Hastings Nebraska. Maybe I will clue him in on this and he can go check it out. Maybe even do a 'review' on POF and breathe some new life into it.