Category Archives: Roy Scheider

Interview: Roy Scheider, December 1977.

Jim Shoffner interviewed Roy Scheider on location for Jaws 2 (1978). He shared his thoughts on Sorcerer. Roy Scheider: It was exciting as an adventure piece, but the way it was edited didn’t allow the audience to participate in the adventure, … Continue reading

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Behind the scenes in New Jersey.

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything up here. Let’s hope this YouTube thing stays alive — this footage is fascinating.

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Behind the scenes in New Jersey.

I’m so happy to be sticking this on this blog. Here’s footage — looks like Super 8 — of the New Jersey location work for the Scanlon “prologue.” Lots of camera mounts, Roy Scheider being made up, a glimpse of … Continue reading

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Croation lobby card.

Here’s a Croation (I think) lobby card for Sorcerer. It plays, with William Friedkin in attendance, tonight at the BAM in Brooklyn.

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Roy Scheider in The Outside Man (1973).

Roy Scheider, Ann-Margret and Angie Dickinson in the same movie seems almost too good to be true. Add Ted De Corsia to the mix — along with the fact that you can see it tonight at the Aero Theatre — … Continue reading

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Interview: Roy Scheider, Combustible Celluloid.

Jeffrey M. Anderson: Friedkin liked you enough to hire you again, for Sorcerer, the remake of Wages of Fear. How did that come about? What was that like? Roy Scheider: “This is the updated, extended version of [Wages of Fear], with many of … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving is a time for good food, friends and family. A time to think of home. A time to count our many blessings. Here’s wishing you a terrific holiday. And be thankful you’re not Jackie Scanlon.

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