|discovered by Andrew Wendland in Nov./Dec. 1997|
|revealed on 16.04.1998|
|sync length = movie length (approx. 1 hour 43 minutes)|
|start CD at the beginning of the Warner Brothers shield|
|repeat the CD until the end of the movie|
Some things I noticed:
"When you're on the street" during scene with people on the streets of Casablanca.
"Looking over your shoulder" as woman looks over her shoulder.
"Just another sad old man" as an old man appears on the screen.
Dogs barking on album as the dogs of war talk in the movie.
"Stand my own ground" as main character Rick is looking down at the ground.
"Who was given a pat on the back" when Rick pats the piano player Sam on the back.
Pigs (Three Different Ones)
First pig is the French pig, the French officer.
"Good fun with a hand gun" when man is shooting pistol in Rick's club.
Rick sits down at table with three pigs (different ones).
"Hey you White house" as pig with white uniform walks to table.
Casablanca means white house in Spanish.
Bahh-ing of sheep when "good guys" are conversing.
Long vocal notes when camera is focusing on Ilsa, Rick's long lost love.
"What a surprise! A look of terminal shock in your eyes" when Rick sees Ilsa in his club after many years of wondering what happened to her.
Synthesizer syncs up well with spotlight in dark room.
Prayer is spoken in the song during scene with Rick in the dark.
"Bleating and babbling" as Rick drank more and more.
"March cheerfully out of obscurity into the dream" as Rick starts dreaming of the life he once had with Ilsa.
Music becomes more upbeat as he dreams.
Pigs on the Wing (Part Two)
The music fits the movie perfectly.
"A shelter from pigs on the wing" as a plane flies overhead.