Probably the first thing one expects to find in a salt mine in Kansas is scraps from the cutting room floor. It’s the first place I always look. I’m surprised our own Dan Halsted hasn’t tried the same. For some reason (for the life of me, I couldn’t find out what that is), seventeen minutes of 2001: A Space Oddysey were recovered from this mine. While just odds and ends from the film and not one prolonged, mind-blowing sequence (as seen below), it’s still pretty amazing.
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