Okay, in the final few minutes of No Direction Home tonight, before the Judas bit, there was a film of a car going through a British city. Which looked awfully familiar - especially the Midland Bank, the building resembling a Dutch Pancake House on Oxford Road. And five seconds later, the other side of a clearing looked very much like the Oxford Road as well. But where was the Odeon? Surely the building was older than 1966? It certainly felt that way when we went there. So the question - was that Manchester? Or is my mind playing tricks on me, and they just used whatever film they had before cutting to the Free Trade Hall gig? EDIT: Answered my own question - if it was Manchester, it wasn't the Oxford Road, because the Odeon has been there since the 1930s. As you were. But! You can take part in my round-table discussion in the comments: Highway 61 Revisited and Briniging It All Back Home are much better than Blonde on Blonde, which, to be honest, gets a bit dull in places. Discuss!