Posted by auryn from spider-to074.proxy.aol.com on September 03, 1998 at 09:18:00:
In Reply to: Re: Swordsman dude scene: The truth about what happened posted by Mack on September 02, 1998 at 17:57:46:
The thing about this is, when I first heard this, I read it years ago in a Canadian magazine that said Harrison Ford was the one to think up the legendary scene.
Then on the AFI tribute to Steven Spielberg a few years back, George Lucas gave a "speech" about Spielberg. He said that when it happened, Harrison Ford was sick and told Spielberg that he didn't want to do the the scene. Steven replied, "well, the only way we can do that is if you just ~shoot~ the guy". Everyone around them started to laugh. Lucas said something about how Spielberg thought that he really had an idea with that. The moral of his story was that ~Steven Spielberg~ was the one who came up with that scene.
So anyway, a few weeks ago, on the A&E Harrison Ford Biography, George Lucas was at it again, telling this elaborate story about how ~Harrison Ford~ was the one who thought up the idea of shooting the swordsman. So, who thought of it?? This drives me crazy!
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