An article written by Burns and Tom Weaver
appears in the 2001 edition of "The Best American Movie Writing", an annual publication that reprints important essays on film history. It was one of 26 pieces chosen from more than 320 books and magazines, including The New Yorker and The New York Times. Previous volumes have featured...
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[on Glenn Strange
] Glenn was closer to me than my own dad. He was one of the most loved guys in the business. At his funeral there must have been over 900 people. It overflowed the church. Every old-time western actor or stuntman still around was there. Some were in wheelchairs, walkers, etc. They all came to pay their respects to Pee Wee. Dick Foran
, who had just lost his nose to cancer, said to...
Located with the help of a friend the original Time Machine from the George Pal
classic The Time Machine
(1960) in a thrift shop in Orange, California. The Time Machine was in pretty bad shape, but was restored with the help of a young Dennis Muren
(later an Academy Award-winning SFX pioneer at ILM), D.C. Fontana
(one of the original Star Trek
(1966) writers) and motion picture art and SFX ...