Over at Waxy Andy Baio is thinking about “supercuts,” stitched-together clips from TV shows and movies that feature every instance of something: every obscenity uttered in Glengarry Glen Ross, every whacking in The Sopranos, that kind of thing. Good stuff. It seems to me that the origin of this is the magnificent ending of CInema Paradiso, where all the kisses that the censors had excised from decades of films are spliced together into a glorious festival of osculation. Is there an earlier example, I wonder?