American Werewolf In London : Restored
“The undead surround me. Have you ever talked to a corpse? It’s boring! I’m Lonely! Kill yourself, David, before you kill others.” It’s easy to argue that the 1980s were one of the best decades for Horror and Comedy. With countless classics lighting up movie theater screens, it’s difficult to pick a stalwart favorite of either genre thirty years later.
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American Werewolf In London
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John Landis and the tragic accident that occurred during filming of his segment of:
Twilight Zone: The Movie
Segments directed by:
- John Landis
- Steven Spielberg
- Joe Dante
- George Miller
On July 23, 1982, a Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter crashed at Indian Dunes in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California, during the making of Twilight Zone: The Movie . The crash killed three people on the ground-actor Vic Morrow and two child actors, Myca Dinh Le and Renee Shin-Yi Chen-as well as injuring the six helicopter passengers.
Landis was filming his segment of the film when a helicopter accident occurred on set, claimed the lives of brilliant actor Vic Morrow, father to Jennifer Jason Leigh, and child actors Myca Dinh and Renee Shin-Yi Chen.
In the film Morrow plays a racist anti-Semite who is thrown directly into The Twikight Zone.
He is made to experience life as a Jew in the holocaust, as an African-American being hunted by the Ku Klux Klan and is a Vietnamese soldier in the Vietnam war.
It is during this act of the story that the accident occurred.
The script had Morrows character havingA change of heart and desperately trying to save the lives of two young Vietnamese children.
To be rescued by helicopter the helicopter was hit by an explosive set off by the special-effects crew and was unable to stay steady. It plummeted into the lake where the three actors were killed.
Accident Details: Wikipedia
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