Thanks Hugh, explains why the action was so realistic.
I feel sorry for the many Artists that have literally lost their jobs through computers, didn't the same thing happen to the
Stop Motion animators, Harryhausen retired before it really hit, but fellows like Jim Danforth, Jim Aupperle, Doug Beswick,
Steve Czercas, Ernie Farino etc, were overnight put out of work by computers. Highly skilled men, whose work still stands out,
head and shoulders above the computer creations that inhabit fantasy film now.
He's the one who sold me a duff copy of 'Blood on the Sun', someone had taken out the fight scene near the end, then spliced the film back together. I returned it, but he re-advertised it, saying he doesn't have a projector, so just shows a few scans, pretending he is unaware of any problem. I picked up an electronic copy of Gulliver's Travels for £1.