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Mail Bag! Jack Marino interviews Richard Erdman!

20 Mar

Here is the wonderful Richard Erdman interview from Jack Marino’s Warrior Filmmaker Show on LA Talk Raidio: Thanks, Jack for letting us post it!

Richard Erdman appeared in Objective Burma!

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  1. Gentleman Tim

    March 28, 2019 at 3:18 am

    Awesome interview, Jack! What a great guy he was. Good to hear such first-hand, inside stuff on Flynn, too – including at the end regarding the roles of Jim Fleming and Buster Wiles.

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    Despite his vaunted disillusionment in humankind, [Errol] has a great capacity for friendship and, what’s more, he puts it to work. Two men in particular testify to this. They are not producers or directors or actors. They’re not important people, according to Hollywood standards. One is Jim Fleming, his stand-in; the other, Buster Wiles, stunt man on all his pictures. You rarely see Errol around town without Jim or Buster somewhere in the offing. It’s not the usual “star and satellite” Hollywood arrangement, either. Definitely not. They’re just three guys who happen to like and understand each other. And when trouble comes to one of them – or all three of them, as has happened in the past – they see it through together. Errol likes loyalty in his friends and pays them back in the same coin, whether it’s a traffic ticket, an ill-advised blow at someone’s butler during a party or a court trial. There’s never any question of “Don’t bring me in on this.” They consider trouble for one is trouble for all.

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