BUNUEL COMPETITION WINNERS
Sunday 05 February 1995
Lorca wrote prose, Bunuel punched nose, While Dali was in love with a squid.
(from John Heelan of Reading)
Surrealist in content: Bunuel herring phone line Dali, speaking vegetable blue tea, blatant device, cerebral price, aim, pitter patter, flee.
(Peter Dalton, Sutton Coldfield)
And surrealist in form: (G W Davies, Bristol)
The other runners-up are: J Stokes of Huntingdon; Cleo Harrington, London NW1; Mike Ross, Kingston-upon-Thames; J Green, Windsor; Jason Hobart, London W7; Joanna Rimmer, Newcastle; and D Webster, Birmingham - all of whom made us laugh and proved the answer is not necessarily a fish.
But the winner, on the grounds of elegance if nothing else, is M Howard of Banbury, Oxon, who wins all 10 videos and the biography, for the following: Dali, the dandy and swell, Made a film with his pal L Bunuel.
The eye's a surprise, Well slice my mince pies And serve them on toast, what the hell! Our thanks to everyone who entered.
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