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• A lost 09:03
minute EFNY vintage featurette made by future director Mick Garris at the time of the theatrical release
called: Inside John Carpenter's
Escape is wanted. It includes:
Movie scenes, John Carpenter Interview, Kurt
Russell Interview, Production/Location shoots, Kurt Russell says "Violence
belongs in film and on television."
• A rare extended TV version of EFNY is wanted.
According to Will King it exists.
Any changes in dialogue are also wanted from TV broadcasts.
A complete CapeTown Film Festival EFNY Q&A
video with Kurt Russell at the Egyptian Theatre, Los Angeles, May 03, 2013 is wanted.
A complete audio only video can be seen
Q&A with Adrienne Barbeau and Tom Atkins at the
Museum, November 04, 2011 is wanted.
Escape From New York VFX Notes is
wanted in any form. I was outbid on this on eBay. JohnCarpenterFanBoy won it.
• Snakebit fan zine
wanted. Either for purchase, loan or contribution. The same goes for Slagensh
which has a Dr. Who/Escape From New York Crossover story called:
A Selfish Way To Commit Suicide By Ellis Ward.
• Kurt Russell Promoting Escape From L.A. with Rob Zombie and John Sencio interviewing him on
MTV at the
September 07, 1996 is wanted.
Zombie Fan Page: "On Aug 96 Rob was with Kurt Russell on MTV, talking about
Escape From LA. They also showed a picture of Rob when he was 15 dressed up as
Snake from Escape from NY. Rob had sunglasses on and had a hat that said Elvis
on it. MTV showed a clip of WZ video for the movie. Rob was happy and talked
with Kurt and the MTV guy. He said that they were going to play the song from
the soundtrack at their shows."
• Kurt Russell promoting EFLA on Jay
Leno Season 4, Episode 206 - Aired: 9/8/1996 is wanted. There is also a clip from the Tonight Show where Leno goes to
the future and meets Snake. It was aired sometime before EFLA was released.
The US broadcast of Movie Magic 1996 Action Effects: Ultimate Action
Visual Effects Supervisor Michael Lessa and his team at
Buena Vista Visual Effects use a combination of miniatures and computer
generated imagery to create an apocalyptic earthquake in John Carpenter's Escape
from L.A. The French broadcast can be seen
• New or better pictures are wanted.