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Shawshank Redemption, The - Beer Blast
Look at the scene where they are drinking beer up on the roof. This one is easy to see. They were twisting off the beer tops. In 1949, they did not market twist off beer, and it is almost impossible to twist one off if it wasn't made that way.
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Garthie on 01-26-2000
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For those who does't belive the people that is say there isn't caps. Watch the pic and you will notice the ones in the bucket without a cap...
For those who does't belive the people that is say there isn't caps. Watch the pic and you will notice the ones in the bucket without a cap...
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Winnie writes:
None of the bottles have the caps on it. I read your comment and watched the movie a couple of hours later and looked for this specific scene. If you watch when the guard grabs a beer you will see that he doesn't twist the cap nor does he use a bottle opener. First of all they might have gotten the privilege of beer but I don't think the guards would leave them in charge or access of sharp objects. You will also notice that when Heywood (I think that is who) grabs a beer for Andy he also doesn't do anything with the top but majically the cap is gone.
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TK writes:
Actually, it IS impossible to twist off a bottle cap that isn't made that way. But you never see anyone open a beer. You see Hadley (the guard) pull one out of the ice bucket and take a drink, but it is already open (they all are). Why are all the bottles open? I don't know, maybe they don't trust convicts with a bottle opener.
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