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OK, new topic - Don by sighthound on 11 May 2018 6:43am
 
I've been chatting with my friend, Michael Charton about old memories and he wanted to hear about a lunch I had with Terry Gilliam many years ago. Can tell that story if anyone is interested but the important thing now is that legal problems have been resolved and "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" will be the closing film at Cannes. Can't wait to see it. It has been one of the most troubled films in film history. (A doc was done about it.) And the reports of Terry having a stoke were, apparently, not true and you can google and find him in a beautiful garden wearing a t-shirt that says "I'm not dead yet" (I can sing that song. Can you?)
 



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