Photo opp: William Friedkin and Edgar Froese, 1976.

Friedkin-and-Edgar-in-1976-A really terrific thing has happened with this blog — you’re sharing your Sorcerer stuff. I’d been wondering what would happen when my supply ran low.

So, thanks to Andy King, here’s William Friedkin with Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream. Are those the tapes of the Sorcerer score in Friedkin’s lap?

Anybody got a photo of the bridge sequence being shot? That’s what I wanna see!

 

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5 Responses to Photo opp: William Friedkin and Edgar Froese, 1976.

  1. What an awesome photo!!!!

  2. Melville says:

    Not really a behind the scenes footage, but european cut gives away very much when it comes to bridge scene. It features the footage that shows how brige falls and you can see how little water there really was (reason why original version was cut short). Shot from different angle was also used – when shurb hits the bridge, crane shot is used.

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