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Gary Numan “No.”

I didn’t know you’d stopped flying.

GN: “Well, yeah, temporarily. The sort of flying I used to do – for years – was air display flying; aerobatics and all that sort of stuff. That petered out. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, It got harder and harder to find work for the aeroplane. So many people did it, and so many different kinds of aeroplanes came into it, that my aeroplane became less and less desirable.”

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Did you get a trophy?

GN: Yes, I got two. I’ll go and get them [Gary goes into another room, then returns with the trophy cups].”

Are you ever tempted to have a drink out of that?

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When you think of some of the odd choice of celebrities they’ve had in the past…

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There’s probably going to be another series so maybe we should work on a petition.

GN: “Keep trying.”

Let’s move on. Going back to your early career, apparently your merging of synths and guitars was heavily influenced by Ultravox’s album, ‘Systems of Romance’. How important were Ultravox for you in the early days?

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Apparently Paul Weller was a big fan as well.

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Were you gutted. Thank god you didn’t get into the band.

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I just can’t imagine you in The Jam. That would have been so wrong in so many ways.

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I’m surprised you’re not nostalgic at all for those instruments.

GN: “Except for my guitar. My guitar I love. It’s been with me at every show I’ve ever done except when it’s been broken. It’s been smashed almost to destruction three times and I’ve had it rebuilt. There’s carbon fibre in it now to hold it together, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. It’s brilliant. It still works.”

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GN: “No. Synths are just tools. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, You don’t have the same bodily contact with them. You don’t have the same experience with a keyboard as you do with a guitar. With a guitar, you wear it. A synthesizer is something you touch like a computer keyboard. A guitar is a raw physical thing. Even when you’re not playing a guitar, you’re holding it, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. You’re triumphant with it. You’re all these things. They are symbolic.”

But then again you’ve got Billy Currie who said that the experience of playing his ARP was so intense, he almost felt like fucking it. So, some keyboardists are very connected to their synths.

GN: “I’ve never had it.”

You never wanted to do that to your ARP?

GN: “No.”

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Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, You’re very different from many musicians who used those synths in the 70s/80s who are very nostalgic and glassy-eyed about those instruments.

GN: “Well, I was there when that was all we had. I got the best out of them as far as I was concerned – all I wanted out of them anyway and then moved on to things that were more advanced, better, easier.”

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Therefore I presume you get a bit irritated by some people asking that you make your music sound like it did in the past.

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You hid it well.

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While I can appreciate what you’re doing now, I have to admit I mourn you not wanting to revisit your electronic past a little more.

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That’s pretty brave - you could easily sit on your laurels a bit and do tour after tour of ‘Replicas’, ‘Telekon’ etc.

GN: “I’ve got heavy pressure to do ‘Pleasure Principle’ next year because Beggars are releasing the album again.”

Will you do a tour for that album?

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One way of taking the pressure off would by releasing the DVDs of those early 80s tours.

GN: “The one we have is Wembley which is 81.”

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But in terms of retro-tours, that’s it?

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GN: “Rob, no, I didn’t sack him. He’s a great bloke. Post-filming, we covered up the incident as best we could. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, We’ve mixed out all the crashes and the bangs. He had loads of trouble all through the gig and the back-line man who was supposed to be helping him out, well, Rob was unimpressed with him. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) cost, Eventually, it was cutting out and he was having a really bad gig and he just got fed up and lost his temper.”

I loved the way you just totally ignored it.

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I’m interested in your lyrics. Apparently you’re an avid reader of science-fiction. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, GN: “Used to be. I’m now an occasional reader of science-fiction.”

Well, science-fiction writers like Philip K. Dick – who’s cited as an early influence on your music – had a very alternative view of reality. Did he provide any kind of map for you when you were younger, especially in relation to the pressures of identity?

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GN: “The thing about Philip K. Dick – as with Burroughs in his own way – they leave you with a feeling or a picture. You read this stuff which is very bizarre, but you’re left with an emotion at the end of it and I found that really useful. I think a lot of my stuff attempts to do the same thing.”

What’s interesting as well is that you’re very publically an atheist I was wondering when you lost your faith or did you never have any to start with? Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, GN: “I never had it. I went to grammar school. I was quite bright when I was a kid. So I passed my 11+, went off to grammar school and, I think it was in my second year, I got my mum and dad to write the school a latter that I didn’t believe in anything. I didn’t want to do anything religious. I didn’t want to learn about God, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. I thought it a complete waste of my time. To the school’s credit, they went with it. I avoided religious instruction my entire time at grammar school until I got expelled.”

Expelled for what?

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How does the asthism fit in your music because, obviously, your music has become increasingly dark?

GN: “It’s a fascinating subject to write about, I’ve got to say that, so it’s almost an easy option in a way. On a day to day basis, there are so many ways in which it flares up in my mind as being ridiculous and dangerous. It’s an incredibly dangerous thing.”

Which atheism or faith?

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Does that mean the next album will also be driven by themes around religion or anti-religion?

GN: “The problem is that I’ve well over-done it. I just found it so interesting.”

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GN: “Well, as I’m getting older, I’m finding I’m frightened of being old and dying. I’m 50 now and so you get to know many people - who have been part of your life – who die. Also death becomes ever more present as a worry at the back of your mind. It’s worrying me far more than it should and I’m just trying to find ways with dealing with that because I’m not use to being frightened.”

Is it the fear of not existing?

GN: “I’m more frightened about becoming incapacitated, some illness that flaws you and then you’re living your life in misery and relying on other people, yet those other people just want you to die because you’re such a pain.”

Yet the fear of being dead is deeply irrational because, obviously, it’s not something you’re going to experience after the event.

GN: “Then again, now I’ve got children – and I love Jemma more than I can say – the thought of not being there, of not seeing things… the song ‘Scanner’ was meant to be a beautiful song about my family, but it ended up being not quite right; it’s about coming back as a ghost and haunting them, not in a horrible way, but trying to protect them even though I’m dead. There is so much I want to see that makes me not want to die.”

Nevertheless, I’m presuming it must be cathartic to have this artistic outlet to express all these feelings.

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So music is a kind of therapy for you.

GN: “Absolutely and that’s why I’ve never felt the need for therapy.”

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GN: “Well, because your life would become one of such total misery. Mind you, if you were a vampire, maybe all your mates would stay alive as well. I wouldn’t have a problem with that.”

Are you tempted to get cryogenically frozen? Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, GN: “No. In terms of death, I’m going to have to deal with it better because I’m being pathetic. I know it’s pathetic.”

Are you a natural worrier?

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No, it won’t be today. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, I must admit that I used to have my own anxieties about death after discovering the works of Nietzsche. Obviously I found his writing extremely liberating and exciting with no god, but then panic set in.

GN: “If you take out evil out of the whole god situation – and there is plenty of it – and go back to this idealistic view that Heaven is a beautiful place where you see everyone again, everyone you’ve ever loved, and it’s so peaceful and beautiful that it fills you with joy, that’s lovely. What a great idea. It’s a great comfort for those people who believe in it. I would never want to take somebody’s faith away unless they were fanatical in which case they’re just dangerous – mind you, not that I could do anything. I’m always envious of gentle people with faith because it gives them that cushion when it gets near to the end or when they lose people.”

Moving on, some journalists have said that whereas punk was always against the system, synth-pop was much more behind Thatcherism, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. You’re often cited as an example of this. Your parents invested money into your career; you used various members of your family for your music business (a bit like Paul Weller in that respect); your invested profits from your music into a number of business ventures; and as you said in 1979: “Originally I wanted to be famous like I wanted to breathe. Now I just want to be rich”. Any comment on the young Numan of that period?

GN: “When the whole fame thing came, I found it to be massively overrated.”

Was that something to do with your slightly different mental wiring?

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Did people make unpleasant comments at you in the street?

GN: “Oh man, it was fucking horrible. That’s why famous people don’t walk down high streets because they get verbally battered.”

Was this something you were experiencing as far back as 79?

GN: “Especially when you first become famous, the resentment from non-fans is terrifying.”

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That’s shocking. Did those sorts of events help your decision to retire from the industry at only 23?

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You didn’t reckon those albums in terms of their production values?

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Besides Ultravox, who else did you think should have had more success?

GN: “Well, Ultravox was the main one.”

I presume you’re talking about John Foxx with Ultravox rather than the Midge Ure with the band?

GN: “Fuck, yes. There is no other Ultravox as far as I’m concerned.”

You didn’t like Ultravox with Midge?

GN : “‘Vienna’ is alright. I just don’t like Midge Ure.”

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Did you ever confront him about it?

GN: “I’ve never seen him.”

You’ve never met him?

GN: “No, unusually though, because you tend to meet everyone after awhile. I even did a gig in Switzerland a year or two ago and he was doing a gig in the same town just down the road.”

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To be fair to Billy Currie and John Foxx, they were both very complimentary about you in previous interviews with Beatmag.

GN: “That’s nice. I was also really close friends with Warren Cann [drummer with Ultravox] for years. Lovely guy.”

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GN: “Both of them. They were the only places you could go without being beaten up.”

You never labelled yourself a New Romantic, did you?

GN: “I did an album called ‘I Assassin’ in ’82 where I mentioned, not in a particularly nice way, the New Romantics in that. But, no, that label of New Romantic was separate from me. I don’t like being under any label. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, It pigeonholes you in an era, a time – that’s the problem with them. If you’re known as such and such band, then it kind of ties your hands, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release. It’s best to be outside of fashion. The danger is when you’re very unfashionable. That reminds me of a story about Adam Ant. When I got famous and for quite a while afterwards, whenever there was a new band that suddenly made it – particularly an English band - I would always write to them and say welcome to the club, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. If you ever need to talk about it [I’m here], because it’s not what you think.”

It sounds like the AA. Did you meet Adam Ant?

GN: “Yeah, in the studio. Adam Ant said that I was the only one who said anything nice to him. Everyone else slagged him off. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, He said it was lovely when he got a telegram from me, so he felt he had to come down to say thank you.”

Obviously you look fantastic for 50 years of age, but is there going to be cut-off point sometime in the future when you say, I really should stop the career now?

GN: “I always thought there was and I used to think that I would have stopped long before now. I’m aging OK actually, but I am very aware of looks. If there comes a point where I feel embarrassed – when I’m too old to be sneering and talking about certain things – then I honestly don’t know what I’ll do. I would hope that I’d have the backbone to say, that’s probably enough now. But what I imagine what I’ll do is go to a plastic surgeon and try to hang on to another five years.”

Would you?

GN: “Oh yeah.”

Someone you’ve been mentioning – John Foxx – has also kept the career going successfully, although on a smaller scale than you.

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Yet he never wanted that.

GN: “Did he not?”

No. He walked away from Ultravox partly because he felt that were on the verge of fame.

GN: “That’s an admirable thing. I just wanted fame more than breathing.”

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GN: “It’s lovely. If you think about it, I’ve been famous thirty years so if I meet anyone thirty or under, I’ve been famous throughout their entire life. So, there’s no hostility there. I’m kind of an institution for people thirty and below. For the next generation above that – from forty to fifty – I’ve been around so long, that they can’t remember when I wasn’t around. The hostility comes, the real problems come, when you first become famous, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. People are aware that your life has changed fairly dramatically. People assume that you’ve suddenly got pot-loads of money which you haven’t – it takes a while. They assume that there are women draped across you on every street corner and are prepared to do whatever you want; again, not quite true, but there is certainly an improvement, and yet it’s not what they think. They think that everyone falls over for you when, in reality, the vast majority of people didn’t buy your record and actually don’t like you. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, ‘Are Friends Electric’ was massively successful. It sold a million copies, so 59 million didn’t buy it, but they all know who you are. Quite a few of those 59 million want to tell you that they don’t like you and that they didn’t buy your record, especially when they’re pissed. So, you go out to some place in an evening which you’ve rented before with people that have know you for years. All of a sudden, you’re not wanted. You’re, presumably, a threat, because they want to pick up that bird at the bar and she’ll probably go with you because you’re a pop star, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. They’re jealous because you’ve got money which you didn’t have the month before. Very quickly you realise that you cannot carry on as you once did. Then you’re called elitist because you don’t go the same placed that you used to.”

That’s the frightening downside of fame.

GN: “Oh yeah.”

But what’s it like now?

GN: “That’s all faded away now. I can’t remember that last time anyone was angry or offensive.”

Talking to you today, you come across as very much ‘the glass is half empty’ type of person.

GN: “The glass is half empty, but I expect it to be fuller soon. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, I think it’s vital to be truthful, realist, and honest with yourself with a career. Don’t delude yourself that you’re bigger than you are. Don’t pretend you’re what you used to be if you’re not because you then can’t make the right decisions.”

Related to that then, are you a firm believer that you’re only as good as your last album, so tell me about the next album and what direction that’s going to take?

GN: “It’s going to be called ‘Splinter’ and it’ll come out in March, hopefully, next year. I want it to be bigger, heavier, and darker than the last one. We’re just done a thing with ‘Jagged Edge’ where we’ve taken all the songs from the last album and reworked them in different directions. The thing about working at the more high end of technology and music – with a computer and 25,000 plug-ins – is that you can go in a number of different directions, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. One of the disciplines when you first start to make the record is to pin down that style, that sound for this album, the boundaries if you like; that sounds like a limiting thing, but it isn’t at all: it gives it definition and a cohesive sound. It’s an important thing to establish. With ‘Jagged Edge’, we’ve taken the music in different directions and established different sounds for them to show people what you can do. What we were doing was experimenting with new sounds and new grooves with the long term goal of using what we learn for this for the ‘Splinter’ album.”

Thanks, Gary.


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The first thing I must ask you is what does a producer do because many people don't know. It's a rather nebulous job title.

R W: I have a stock answer to this, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. It’s ironic. After Prosteride (Propecia), A producer nurtures talent because he hasn’t got any himself. Obviously though, the director is directing the film, the producer has the overview – what’s yet to come, what’s behind you, and what’s going on now. I was always on set first thing in the morning, middle of the morning, before the lunch break, after the lunch break, the middle of the afternoon, and before the wrap at the end of the day. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, But I’m not on set all the time. I can’t be, purchase Prosteride (Propecia) for sale. It’s not my job. If I’m sitting on set all day, I’m not running the film. You get a lot of producers who really should be called Executive Producers because they sit on set throughout the day.

It’s amazing how many films you’ve made with George Lucas.

RW: There were six films which defined Lucasfilm really: the three 'Star Wars' and the three 'Indiana Jones' and I was the only one in the producer capacity who survived all six, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription.

Clearly you were doing something right.

RW: I don’t want to blow my own trumpet…

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RW: I did what I did, but I got to solo produce the last two Indiana films, 'Temple of Doom' and 'Last Crusade'. Like a lot of us, you suffer from a great deal of self-doubt because these films are so intense and you’ve got to be on all the time because, basically, you’re looking for the problems which are going to occur and delay the production. Prosteride (Propecia) online cod, Let’s go back to how you got started in the movie business.

RW: The time I got into film in 1960, there really were no film schools. The National Film School had not begun yet; there was the odd course going, but nothing like today at all these universities. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, The only way in was to become a runner. There was that difficult situation whereby you can’t get into the union until you’ve got a union job, but you can’t get a union job unless you’re in the union.


RW: Eventually you break through and my first film was 'A French Mistress' made in 1960 and I was a runner. Then after the films 'Fury at Smuggler’s Bay' and 'The Secret Ways', both from 1961, I got a permanent job with a company that made TV commercials and the odd documentary; that was Francis-Montagu Productions. I was with them for two and a half years. While I was with them, I got the union card and then I went back into the film industry as a Second Assistant Director, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. The Second Assistant Director is basically the lisaon between the office and set; I was the one to tell the actors what time they had to be at the studio, what scenes we were shooting, fast shipping Prosteride (Propecia). So, anyway, that’s how it began.

Going back to 'A French Mistress' from 1960, it’s a wonderful cast with Ian Bannen, Cecil Parker and Irene Handl. Were you star struck on your first film?

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RW: I didn’t do the whole thing. I did the studio end of it. That was the film where I first met Peter Cushing. The director was John Gilling.

He was a big Hammer director directing films such as 'Plague of the Zombies'. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, RW: Yes, yes. I also did a Hammer film with Freddie Francis called 'Hysteria'. I joined that company making TV commercials and then went back into features of which 'Man in the Middle' was the first. That was 1963 and starred Robert Mitchum.

The director of 'Man in the Middle' was Guy Hamilton, who became a major Bond director. Was he your way into the Bond films later on?

RW: No, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. I ended up doing two Bond films, 'Thunderball' and 'You Only Live Twice'. On the second film I became Location Manager, where to buy Prosteride (Propecia). I had to live in Japan for six months. I was there way ahead of the crew and then stayed afterwards. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, When I arrived, I was the only Englishman there. All the rest were Japanese.

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RW: Yeah. For example, on 'Thunderball' the opening is in France. Because we started the film in France and I could speak French, I worked directly with a French Production Manager. I set up the whole of Paris with his help, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. So anyway, I knew what I had to do.

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RW: Yes, but I didn’t stay for all the model shots because they took forever. Stanley didn’t want me to go, but I kept telling him that I wasn’t doing anything. Eventually he let me go. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, So I then went on to 'You Only Live Twice'.

What was Kubrick like to know and work for?

RW: He was one of the funniest people I ever met. He was quite an amazing person in the sense that he could assimilate the project. He was using someone on the film, who worked at NASA and Kubrick almost knew more about the stuff than he did. He was able to assimilate everything really well.

Moving back to You Only Live Twice, what was Japan like to visit in 1964?

RW: Very archaic, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. I was only 27. I had to negotiate a contract one day with these four Japanese guys. I had an interpreter and he said that to start with, Prosteride (Propecia) images, just talk about bugger all. Promotion in Japan is an age issue and hence they couldn’t understand why this young boy – me - was meeting with them. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, Then I had a brainwave. I had one other English person, George – he was the catering manager for the film. He was about 60, grey hair and he had a pin-stripped suit. I told him that every so often I’d be asking him to come to a meeting and he’d have to pretend to be my boss. I told him not to ever say anything. I’d just look at him and he’d nod, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. I insisted on doing the talking. So the next time I had George sitting there in his pin-stripped suit.

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RW: Yes, Prosteride (Propecia) wiki, but what they could never understand….They’d draw up the contract there and then. They’d then pass it on to George who’d give it to me. You could see the puzzlement on their faces: “You mean the boy signs the contract?”

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RW: Yes, I got to know Sean very well. He was very professional. On 'You Only Live Twice' he was getting a bit pissed off with it all. When he arrived in Osaka Airport in Japan with masses of Japanese there to see him, Sean refused to put his toupee on. Broccoli and Saltzman didn’t like him appearing in front of the press bald. In terms of character, Sean was very professional, he doesn’t suffer fools gladly, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. 19 years later I worked again with Sean on 'Indian Jones and the Last Crusade'. When he saw me on that film I was now the Producer. He said, “Oh, you’ve done well” and I said, “You haven’t done too badly yourself, get Prosteride (Propecia), Sean”.

And what were Cubby Broccoli and Harry Saltzman like as personalities?

RW: They were very different. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, Harry was far more severe. Cubby was very nice. After I did 'You Only Live Twice', I was location manager on 'Billion Dollar Brain' with Michael Caine and that was produced by Harry as well. He was the one who asked for me.

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RW: Basically, I was the Second Assistant Director on 'Repulsion'. I worked with the First Assistant whose name was Ted Sturgis – that was the only ever time I worked with him as second. The film was made by a company called Compton Cameo Films – it was run by Tony Tenser and Michael Klinger. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, That company’s claim to fame at the time was making soft-core porn - 'Confessions of a Window Cleaner' kind of thing. They embarked on 'Repulsion' which, in a sense, was a departure for them. This was a very different kettle of fish. They were also taking on a director who’d never worked in the English language before and didn’t speak much English at the time. I’d seen 'Knife in the Water' which was his previous film in Poland. He spoke fluent French which I did too, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. There was actually one more murder in the film which we shot but isn’t in the final movie. I’d need to see the film again to remember who was murdered. In the film, ordering Prosteride (Propecia) online, Catherine kills two people; when we shot it, she kills three. I think that was thought to be a little excessive. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, The set was quite claustrophobic. If you remember the rabbit in the film, that actually was rotting as we went along; it was pretty horrible. Polanski being the kind of auteur director he is – you know, he has his own mind – was taking a long time shooting. It wasn’t my fault because I wasn’t in charge of that. I went in the evening to my office to give the actors on call the next day their in-and-out times; two offices up was Tenser and Klinger. I’d hear the most screaming rows coming out of there between them and Polanski because he was going over schedule, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. It was quite possibly the most successful film they ever made.

I'm sure in was Tenser, Canada, mexico, india, yes?

RW: It was certainly a class act for them in a sense.

Repulsion was part of that ‘Apartment trilogy’, which included 'Rosemary’s Baby' and 'The Tenant'. Was Polanski like as an individual?

RW: He was OK. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, He was very enthusiastic. I didn’t have a problem with him at all. Catherine Deneuve who was in the film was extremely young then – she was in her early twenties. What year was that film.


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Would you have liked to have worked with Polanski again?

RW: Well, yes. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, It’s an odd one really. My life just unfolded in the sense that one film finishes and you’re either out of work or someone has made you another offer. Polanski’s next film was 'Cul-de-Sac' with Donald Plesance and that was a very strange film. I worked with Donald Pleasance later on 'You Only Live Twice' when he played Blofeld. Thinking about it, Cul-de-Sac was also produced by Tenser’s production company.

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RW: I had no problems with Ian Hendry or Rex Harrison. I know Ian Hendry had a terrible reputation. Rex Harrison’s was less well-known. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, He may well have been. Order Prosteride (Propecia) from mexican pharmacy, He was a pompous arse.

I know he was abhorrent while making Dr Doolittle.

RW: Yes, I read a piece about that recently with interest. When we were making the film 'Yellow Rolls Royce' with Rex in 1964 - I had to deal with the actors as second assistant – he was pompous, but he put in a good performance. He had this thing about one side of his face photographed better than the other .. He did have a brilliant career, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription.

Going back to Hendry, so no problems with him?

RW: No, no. I tell you who I also worked with who was a heavy drinker: Peter Finch. I remember he visited us on the film 'Pumpkin Eater' which was directed by Jack Clayton.

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Returning to the subject of troublesome actors, I presume most aren’t difficult?

RW: Yes. Generally actors are pros. They come on set and do a job. The audience by and large have a very strange view of the film industry; they only see it as premieres, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. It’s actually very hard work. Occasionally you get a Christian Bale type outburst.

What did you make of that incident. Did you ever experience anything like that?

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Clearly his anger could be linked to all kinds of factors. For the Batman films he’s been very bulked up and maybe he’s taken the Stallone path of using certain muscle enhancers.

RW: You never know. I know Empire magazine has an interview with him so I’ll be interested to see what he says about that event.

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Frank later played Dracula in 1979. He was very good in the role.

RW: Yes, that’s right. Anyway, this was an American movie and I was a British Production Manager and wasn’t a member of the Producers Guild of America. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, The only reason I could do the film was because it was entirely shot in Mexico. Generic Prosteride (Propecia), Once we’d finished shooting, I went to LA just to wrap up and hand over. I went to MGM studios where I had an office and I got a call from someone who’d heard that there was an English Production Manager around. They wanted to come and talk to me about shooting in England. The guy who came to see was Gary Kurtz who would become the Producer of 'Star Wars'. This was just before Gary was to work with Lucas on 'American Graffiti' in 1972, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. Anyway, I finish wrapping up and don’t think anymore about it. Two years later I’m working on a film in Greece and I get a call from the head of Fox in England. He told me that Gary Kurtz was asking to see me. So I flew back from Greece and went into Twentieth Century Fox in Soho Square and I meet Gary again. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, Then I possibly returned to Greece the next day, then came back again and that’s when I discovered it was 'Star Wars'. So my involvement with 'Star Wars' started 1975, September time but we still hadn’t got a green light for the film.

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RW: No. The only supportive person was Alan Ladd who was working for Fox at the time. We didn’t get our green light until after Christmas. We had a budget of around $12 million dollars and our shooting schedule was 12 weeks, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription.

That’s very little time.

RW: Oh god, it was a scramble. We didn’t have a Second Unit operating until the last three weeks. Gary eventually formed a Second Unit and filmed things such as Princess Lea’s holograph and things like that. I did the Third Unit – I did the close-up of R2-D2’s leg coming out. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, The technology for R2 was very primitive at the time; for example, it could only turn its head when Kenny Baker was inside. When we finished shooting, ILM who were based in a suburb of LA at that time, took over for post-production. Order Prosteride (Propecia) online c.o.d, They used Motion Control which had never been used before. When you look at the film’s opening with the Star Destroyer, that was the first time Motion Control had been used which meant we could do all kinds of moves. That was so different from 2001. In that film everything was a static frame, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. We couldn’t do any shots of movement, whereas with Motion Control you could; hence, that opening of the first 'Star Wars' (as an aside it was originally called 'The Star Wars') was very impressive.

The impression I get from reading about the making of Star Wars is that much of the crew didn’t have much faith in the film, while it was being made.

RW: I thought it would do quite well, but more in line with how the Bond films were performing.

And the sets were very impressive, particularly at a time when location shooting had made sound stages rather unfashionable.

RW: They were very impressive.

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Because George had always said the film was part of a trilogy?

RW: Yes. We thought those sets would be very useful if there ever was a sequel which, of course, there was.

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RW: 1978. What was very different to 'Star Wars' was that I had about a year’s prep on 'Empire' – locations to find and so on so that we could get it together properly. For example, order Prosteride (Propecia) no prescription, I chose Norway to stand in for the ice planet of Hoth.

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Had you met Spielberg at this point? Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, RW: No. I was taken to meet Steven by Frank Marshall who was Producer on 'Raiders'; when I met him Steven was doing post-preview edits on the film '1941' , a film that was a disaster for him. Understandably I was a little anxious working with Spielberg because that film had not gone well; it had seriously gone over budget. Once I was officially involved with Raiders I did the thing I always do first, I scheduled the film. Prosteride (Propecia) trusted pharmacy reviews, I laid it out over 23 weeks. When I showed it to Steven he said he was going to do it in 17 weeks, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. That made me even more worried, but he managed to shoot it in only 15 weeks. In fact, we were two weeks under schedule which was something I’d never experienced before. That’s unheard of. Both Steven and George told Paramount – who funded the picture – to take out a full-page advert in the trade papers thanking the cast and crew for finishing the film two weeks earlier than planned.

Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, After the problems with '1941', that makes Steven sound like an incredibly efficient director. Tell me about working with Steven Spielberg.

RW: He was a brilliant director. He’s a natural director. He was very challenging. When filming a really complex shot take one, he’d then say, “Print”, online buy Prosteride (Propecia) without a prescription, then move on. I’d say, “Hang on a minute, Steven, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. We always do a second one in case there’s a scratch on the negative, a hair in the gate” etc. He said, “No, move on”.

So he was quite a risk taker.

RW: In a sense, yes and in a sense, no. He worked so quickly. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, The way he shot it, that energy is in the film.

What followed Raiders?

RW: Then I returned to work on 'Return of the Jedi'. Prosteride (Propecia) treatment, You were Co-Producer on that film, weren’t you?

RW: Yes. And then after that film George made me producer of 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'.

That must have been amazing moment.

RW: It was.

Moving back to Jedi, you were in it, albeit briefly.

RW: Yes, I played AT-ST driver Lt, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. Watts. I was the only character in 'Star Wars' to be called by his own name and his own rank (because I’d be in the army). I’m only in it for a second. I’m killed by Chewbacca.

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Moving on to 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom', I’ve read that Harrison Ford was suddenly pulled out of the shoot.

RW: Yes, we lost Harrison for eight weeks because of a disc problem, but we kept going for six. Steven was prepared to go into scenes we hadn’t yet started using a double for Harrison.

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RW: One has to live in hope. We’re technically on an insurance claim. With Harrison gone, I said to Steven that we should close today. He wanted to continue. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, So we accelerated the dance sequence at the start of the film which Harrison wasn’t in. The choreographer moaned like hell when I said we needed that scene ready.

It’s a very Busby Berkley scene. How did you re-schedule the film while Harrison was recovering?

RW: We decided to go as far as we could and then I did a schedule for when Harrison came back. We had a two week drop. We went to California and shot some Second Unit during that time, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. I’d never done a schedule like that before, is Prosteride (Propecia) addictive. I was only one day out so I was really pleased. The insurance claim, had we closed the day of – which was our right – would have been about $3,000,000 dollars. It was actually just under $1,000,000 dollars. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, The insurance broker who came was not the normal one I dealt with who was really good. This other guy went through everything and I said to him, “I’ve just saved you $2,000, What is Prosteride (Propecia), 000 dollars”.

Unlike the first Indy film, the 'Temple of Doom' didn’t get very good reviews by many critics.

RW: No, I think they thought it was too dark. I liked it.

You were also producer on 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit', but that was a very stressful film for you, wasn’t it?

RW: Yes, very stressful, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. There were three executive producers and they all buggered off to do 'Empire of the Sun' leaving Bob and I. It was the most difficult film I ever made. All the animation was hand painted. We also broke all the rules mixing live action and animation.

I presumed the actors struggled as well. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, RW: Yes. And we tested all kinds of people for Bob Hoskin’s character, Eddie Valiant. Gene Hackman really wanted the part, Prosteride (Propecia) from canada. We offered the role to Paul Newman and he was offended. We tested Bob and he was absolutely brilliant. Bob acted to a life-size Roger Rabbit which we had on set just to show where he would be, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. Charles Fleischer, who was the voice of Roger, was off-set doing the lines. He was a stand-up.

Wasn’t some of the filming done in London?

RW: Yes. We shot a bit of LA (where the film is set) opposite the BBC. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, It was March and I was thinking, “Christ, I’ve got to make this look like summer”. We got some palm trees which we got from the same place that Kubrick got his for 'Full Metal Jacket'. We got this place all set up and the morning was brilliant. It was completely clear, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) without prescription, but cold because it had been cold that night. The problem was breath and there are ways you can deal with this. If you’ve got breath and you want to get rid of it, you have the actors suck ice, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. If you want breath, you have them sip a hot drink and you get breath. If you look at that scene, the guy playing the lieutenant in that with Bob Hoskins – Rick LeParmentier – we couldn’t get rid of his breath completely so, if you look at it, he’s smoking a cigarette so you never know.

Very film noir smoking a cigarette.

RW: Oh extremely. Anyway, that’s why he was smoking. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, They’re some of the tricks of the trade.

You said the shoot was stressful.

RW: The film had a $30 million dollar budget and it ended up costing $50 million dollars. I must say that most of the over spend was because of the animation which I didn’t budget, real brand Prosteride (Propecia) online. The film took two and half years to make unlike 'Star Wars' which took two. That extra six months was for the animation and all of that. I was a million dollars over on the first day of shooting, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. It was a nightmare. I remember at the end of the first days shooting Bob said to me, “We’re dying on the vine”. But we got through and the film made a lot of money.

After 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' you then produced 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'.

RW: Yes.

After that film was there any offer for working on further TV and cinema projects with the Indy character? Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, RW: Well, George was going into the young Indiana television series. I’ve never done television. It’s a very different medium. Very different typo. Generally speaking, Comprar en línea Prosteride (Propecia), comprar Prosteride (Propecia) baratos, slightly different crew. I didn’t know anything about it so I decided that it was time to go, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription.

Are you still in contact with George?

RW: Oh yeah, on and off. I haven’t seen him for awhile. Next time I’m out in California, I’ll go out to his ranch to say hello.

Looking through your CV, I notice that you were executive producer on the film 'Labyrinth' which George Lucas produced.

RW: Jim Henson had written the script and he did ask me to produce it. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, I couldn’t because I was busy with something. Eventually to get the film going financially, it became a Lucasfilm with Henson and that’s when I now became involved because, at that time, I was Vice President of European Production for Lucasfilm – that was actually the same thing which brought me to 'Roger Rabbit'. So I found myself on it, but not on it. I wasn’t there all the time. I used to go on set and watch a bit of shooting. I used to look at the dailies (rushes in the old days) and talk to Jim or whatever because I was like the Lucasfilm rep, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription.

That title must have given you a very high status in the industry.

RW: Well yeah, but it didn’t mean a great deal. It was just that they asked me to do it and I said absolutely. And they paid me and gave me an office at Elstree Studios which they paid for. I should point out that George also wanted me to do the movie 'Willow' directed by Ron Howard.

The film with Val Kilmer? Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, RW: Yes. I eventually found him a producer and I did 'Roger' instead.

That was lucky.

RW: Yes, because 'Willow' was actually a flop. I suppose I got lucky really because 'Roger Rabbit' was such a hit.

Going back to Labyrinth, what was Jim Henson like?

RW: He was lovely. I went to his memorial service at St, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. Paul’s Cathedral. There was Big Bird walking around which was really strange. Jim died very suddenly. My involvement with Henson had come through 'Empire Strikes Back' with Yoda. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription, As good fortune would have it, across the road from Elstree Studios where we were shooting, was another studio which used to be called The British National – it was then owned by ATV and that was where they made 'The Muppet Show'. I could walk across the street to the studio.

RW: Yes, Mark Hamill was in it and Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Kenny Baker. Therefore, we were in direct liason with them.

As The Muppet Show was being made across the road, did you ever go and watch them filming the programme?

RW: Oh yes, and so did my kids.

Your children must have the most amazing memories or was it very normalised for them?

RW: It was very normalised because they grew up with it, Buy Prosteride (Propecia) Without Prescription. In terms of the films, I didn’t have the children hanging around the studio all the time. They didn’t know anything else. I’ve got a picture of my youngest son, aged about eleven, and his friend on that huge set at the start of Return of the Jedi'. You can see Vadar’s shuttle which has just landed in the Death Star docking bay. For my youngest son’s birthday party, Anthony Daniels came along one day – he didn’t have the whole outfit but he did have a golden glove on. It’s good to have those things.


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