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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

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MercuryX23

He was my dad's next door neighbor for many years and during that time, I had the pleasure of talking ith him on multiple occasions. He was always totally genuine and, aside from not producing my screenplay (which I left in his mailbox in the middle of the night! he did send me a positive note about it, though...), just a really nice man with a great passion for what he did.

ajbnyc

Aaron, I completely agree with you on Gosford. You have no idea how many fights I've gotten into with people over that film. I left the theatre seething with rage at how terrible it was.

... In fact, it happened again. Just now at work- someone hated Praire Home, and loved GP- and I nearly threw my coffee at her.

Aaron

Uhm, I liked Gosford, hence the line, "I thought Gosfard Park was fantastic." But I will now remember not to stand near you when drinking coffee.

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