Provides commentary on the VCI Video DVD release of his film Black Shampoo
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Growing up in the Midwest, I didn't know what a director did except he was the last name before the movie began. When I came out here and got on a set I realized the director had the best job of anyone. I can't imagine anything as fulfilling as looking into the sky and thinking, "I've got this story in mind", and then sitting down at my computer and staring at the monitor and writing. "Ext. day -...
The "beer" on the sets of Clark's movies was always apple juice and seltzer, with foam added to make it look like beer. Neville Brand
was concerned about doing the bar scenes in Clark's Hi-Riders
(1978), having struggled with alcoholism himself, and was assured by Clark that there was never any alcohol on his sets.