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[on how he came up with the idea of the aliens' signature extended pinky finger on his series The Invaders
(1967)] The extended pinky used to be a symbol of effeminacy . . . you know, the effete [person] holding a glass of champagne with the pinky extended? When this show was done back in the '60s, the homosexual community was kind of a submerged, invisible community. People were living secret ...
was shooting That Man Bolt
(1973) in Los Angeles at the same time as Hell Up in Harlem
(1973) which was in production in New York, so a double was used for most of the Tommy Gibbs character's New York close-ups. According to Cohen, Williamson did not like the double's physical appearance, remarking that "his butt was too big."
A scene shot at his house in Beverly Hills