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  1. Walt Disney Concert Hall 111 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Los Angeles Philharmonic John Williams, conductor Johannes Moser, cello KORNGOLD Suite from The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex NORTH "Forest Meeting" and March from Spartacus HERRMANN "Scene d'Amour" from Vertigo WAXMAN Excerpts from Sunset Blvd. GOLDSMITH Theme from Chinatown ROZSA Prelude and Finale from Double Indemnity WILLIAMS Suite from Memoirs of a Geisha WILLIAMS "Adventures on Earth" from E.T.
  2. Marian, are you thinking of the glitch around 15:32? It sounds like a tape edit to me. Neil
  3. Why don't we keep this thread about Ms. Morley. If you want to ask me something you can send me a PM. Neil
  4. Yeah, it's really very beautiful music. I'd never even heard of the movie when I got the project but after seeing the film and then listening to the tapes I realized that this thing was a winner. I confess to also not having much knowledge of Ms. Morley's original scores, but if they're anything like Nemo, I should seek them out. Neil
  5. It's a gorgeous score. Give the samples a listen. They are a good representation of what's on the album. For me to say anymore would probably come across as biased: I co-produced the album with Lukas Kendall. Neil
  6. Yes, I'm very familiar with that score. Neil
  7. Blame the PAL speed up in Pete's YouTube video for making James Horner sound like he's breathing helium.
  8. I have many recordings of this piece. The first time I heard it was when I was in middle school and it was playing on the radio. I missed the bus to school that morning because I was enjoying the music so much. Neil
  9. That's probably true, but it's not the point I was trying to make. I haven't seen a post from "Justin" in so long that he eluded my conscious thought, and I really don't care who has alter egos. I was merely suggesting that if the Trekkies want to start quoting Star Trek 2, they ought to go into the quote thread. But that won't happen. Pete is joking. I am not nor was I ever "Justin". I was "Weebo" when he came back to say he had the AOTC score in 2003. But that's it for the alter egos. As for Trek II, I hope everyone enjoys it. Neil
  10. That question came up a few times on set, and that was always my answer. Fortunately, most of the people on set got the line. The truth is, my glasses were in their case, under my seat, and I put them on after every take. And my glasses case can be seen in this photo. I can be seen sitting on the corner of the wall, just above that yellow pole on the left. Neil
  11. That would certainly be cool. No, I didn't get to keep the costume, Pixie. Security was very tight on this. We had raincoats to wear to hide our costumes and we had to turn in the gold emblem as well on the last day of shooting. Neil
  12. You can see in that shot I'm sitting in the same row as McCoy, Chekov, Sulu and Uhura (that's her forehead). I didn't get to meet them. The rule of thumb is not to talk to the principal actors unless they talk to you. They were busy talking to themselves between takes. But here's some trivia. John Cho chews Dentyne Ice! At least he did that day. I saw him smuggling that in his cadet uniform. Rare Star Trek trivia you can only get here!!! I was on for 5 days. Four in December 2007 and one day in March last year. This shot in the trailer was a December shot. I had two costume fittings at Paramount as well but I never worked at Paramount. I'll write more about it after the film comes out. But now if anyone wants to know why I was posting like this was going to be the greatest movie ever, now you know. It was purely for selfish reasons. So sorry "richuk", I'm not quite as big a fanboy for this as you thought. Neil
  13. Long days, but they feed you well. Neil
  14. Yeah, getting paid to be in a movie is "fanboyism". I even got paid to get my hair cut. I didn't mention it here, though I did link to the 2 photos from AICN that I'm in (if you know where to look) from the shoot last March as CSUN. Neil
  15. Frankly I don't care about Karl Urban or anyone else in that shot. Okay....maybe one person. The shot looks even better in HD! Neil
  16. Karl Urban is clearly in the shot, just a few seats down from that person that Alan covered in his act of desecration! I should ban him for that!!!!!!!!! Neil
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