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Tribeca 2019: Francis Ford Coppola Debuts ‘Apocalypse Now Final Cut’ at 40th Anniversary

Sunday night saw New York’s stunning Beacon Theatre host the 40th Anniversary of the Oscar-winning Vietnam war classic Apocalypse Now, with a debut screening of the new Final Cut HD version of the film, as part of the 18th Tribeca Film Festival. The screening was introduced by the film’s director Francis Ford Coppola, who brought out one of the film’s stars, Robert Duvall, much to the delight of the Tribeca audience. Before exiting the stage to a standing ovation, Duvall shouted out one of his character’s most memorable lines ‘Charlie don’t surf!’ Coppola’s longtime collaborator, Apocalypse Now‘s editor and one of the film’s Oscar-winning sound designer’s Walter Murch was also present.

Apocalypse Now Final Cut

While introducing the world premiere of Apocalypse Now Final Cut, Coppola revealed to the audience that new version of the film was shorter than the Redux

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