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Well the least favourite question is the one that ones asked particularly about in Japan is whats the difference between
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"Well the least favourite question is the one that one's asked particularly about in Japan is what's the difference between theatre and cinema and I think, well, that's about eighty bucks"

- Andrew Lloyd Webber

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This quote by Andrew Lloyd Webber is describing the difference between theatre and movie theater. He is suggesting that the concern of what the difference is between theatre and cinema is not a popular one in Japan, which the answer to this question is not quickly available. He is suggesting that the response to this concern deserves eighty dollars, indicating that it is a hard concern to answer which it deserves a lot of cash. This quote is likely referring to the truth that theatre and cinema are 2 very different art kinds, and that the differences between them are not always simple to explain. It is likely that Andrew Lloyd Webber is recommending that the differences in between theatre and cinema deserve a lot of cash, as they are complicated and require a lot of understanding to comprehend.

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United Kingdom Flag This quote is written / told by Andrew Lloyd Webber somewhere between March 22, 1948 and today. He was a famous Composer from United Kingdom. The author also have 28 other quotes.

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