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Interview Ryan Lambie 8 Oct 2013 - 06:19
With a career stretching back to the 1960s, British film producer Robert Watts played a key role in making some of the most influential films of the 1970s. Just a quick glance over his credits as a producer reveals an extraordinary career, which includes Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and its sequels, the first three Indiana Jones films, and the groundbreaking Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Those films are but the tip of the iceberg; before Star Wars, he worked on two James Bond films - Thunderball and You Only Live Twice - collaborated with Stanley Kubrick on 2001: A Space Odyssey, and, in films such as Man In The Middle, Darling and Papillon, worked with such legendary actors as Robert Mitchum, »
We very much approve of the new-ish network practice of posting a series premiere online before the premiere, especially for good intrigue/supernatural/serial/DaVinci Code-like shows like Zero Hour. Plus Nazis, Anthony Edwards, and old clocks! I was able to check it out last summer and loved it, and hope you’ll love it too. Watch it, make sure to watch it through the very end (trust me), and talk it up with your friends. We need good shows like this to do well.
First, a very cool poster and a reminder of what the show’s about:
Anthony Edwards Returns To Series Television As Hank Galliston, The Man In The Middle Of A Conspiracy For The Ages, As He Races Around The World To Find His Wife And Save Humanity, On The Premiere Of “Zero Hour,” February 14 On ABC Three-Time Emmy Award-Winner Charles S. Dutton Guest Stars as »
- Erin Willard
2 items from 2013
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