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[on Tuesday Weld
] She's a complicated lady and a gifted one; she finally does emerge in Play It As It Lays
(1972). She's really so good in this, so super, and as far as her behavior is concerned, her comportment, she was just flawless -- I mean just a perfect child. She was there every day, on time, and worked like a tremendous professional. All that talk about her being a terror -- not a trace.
His first film David and Lisa
(1962) was shot on the modest budget of $200,000 and received numerous critical accolades, as well as being a commercial hit. Thereafter, Perry acquired a reputation as an economical filmmaker, who preferred to wrap up a scene in one take, if possible.His motto was 'cut, print, edit, distribute'.