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John Dulaney Interview
« on: 29 Jan 2014 - 10:53 »

John Dulaney has kindly given me some of his time to ask him some questions about his time in the Italian film industry.

I'm putting together a list of questions to ask him so if you've got any suggestions feel free to post them here on the thread.

Going to at least ask him what Tomas Milian was like to work with and perhaps Lee Van Cleef.

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Re: John Dulaney Interview
« Reply #1 on: 29 Jan 2014 - 11:33 »

Nice! I wonder if he met Palance on the Cop In Blue Jeans set too?
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Re: John Dulaney Interview
« Reply #2 on: 29 Jan 2014 - 20:17 »

I'd be most interested to hear about his experiences with Damiani (Goodbye and Amen) , Bruno Mattei (Robowar) and Bruno Corbucci (Squadra... films, and Murder on the Tiber)

Three 'very' different directors - how on earth did he end up in the industry? What was his take on the industry, coming in at the tail end of the boom, so to speak.

Looking forward to it!
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Re: John Dulaney Interview
« Reply #3 on: 29 Jan 2014 - 21:30 »

I'd be most interested to hear about his experiences with Damiani (Goodbye and Amen) , Bruno Mattei (Robowar) and Bruno Corbucci (Squadra... films, and Murder on the Tyber)

Three 'very' different directors - how on earth did he end up in the industry? What was his take on the industry, coming in at the tail end of the boom, so to speak.

Looking forward to it!
I'll see how many suggestions come and what can fit in  :D
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