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the DeLorean came out of the truck,
they didn't know whatit was.
And, I remember, when Doc does
his time-travel experiment with Einstein...
...and the car and the dog disappear.
This very nervous thing
happened in the audience...
...where people thought thatsomething bad
might have happened to that dog.
They were real worried about that.
There was a big sigh of relief
when the dog comes back and he's okay.
And I remember that the point
in thatscreening where they gotit...
...was when Marty sees his fatherin the cafe...
...in thatscene where Biff and those guys
come in and start harassing: "Hey, McFly. "
At thatpoint, you knew they were totally with it...
...and they completely went with it.
We cutsix orseven minutes
out of the picture after thatscreening.
And that was the last time that ever happened.
Thatpeople didn't know
it was a time-travel movie.
Once they knew it was a time-travel movie...
...and the word got out
it was about a kid who meets his parents...
...a lot of the stuff at the beginning...
...played differently than it did
with a completely cold audience.
And, of course,
no one was ever again worried about the dog.
Can you tell us a little bit
about Steven Spielberg?
Whatis he like to work with
on a day-to-day basis...
...in production and postproduction?
Was he very hands-on?
With me, Steven's great.
Steven's a director,
so he doesn't ask you to do insane things.
He's always respected my vision as a director.
I can'tspeak for other directors, but for me...
...he's never meddled in the process anywhere.
Tell them the story about how Steven
was so concerned about the score.
-Remember that?
-For this movie?
No.
Bob had worked with Al Silvestri
on Romancing the Stone.
And Steven wasn't that enamored
with the score of Romancing the Stone.
And he made no bones about making that clear.
And he thought we needed somebody
who could do a more...
...John Williams kind of a score.
And he was always paranoid
about what the score was going to be.
So, in that firstpreview...
...we had a mixture of temp music...
...and we'd had the first two days ofscoring.
So we had some of the real score
cutinto the movie.
So one ofAl's cues came on during the sneak...
...and Steven says to Bob,
"That's whatyourscore should sound like. "
And Bob said, "Thatis the score, Steven. "
Yeah, right, I remember that.
Steven's always trying to do what's right
foryou and the movie.
And you just have to sometimes....
You just have to cherry-pick his ideas.
Because sometimes he'll have really good ideas...
...and sometimes
he's not making the movie you're making.
So, it's like...
...he'sjust another opinion in the mix.
Bob has a theory. He says:
"If one person says something,
that's their opinion.
"If two people say the same thing,
probably millions ofpeople will agree. "
So, if one person said, "I don'tlike that"...
...and somebody else said,
"I like that, I didn'tlike this"...
...and there's a difference of opinion
about everything...
...we'djustshrug ourshoulders and say,
"Let's not worry about that. "
Butif two or three people keptsaying:
"That thing where Biff does this
really bothers me. "
Then we'd look at that and say,
"Maybe there's a problem with that. "
Did you guys have any concerns, and what
was the reaction before the movie came out?
We had two previews in theaters...
...and one on the studio lot.
There was a controversy
about that, too, because...
...they hadjust built the Hitchcock Theater...
...and supposedly it was cursed.
Meaning that any movie that everplayed
in the Hitchcock....
"If the movie is a comedy,
neverplay it at the Hitchcock...
"... because nothing plays
in the Hitchcock Theater.
"Everything we everscreened there is.... "
I remember Sid got up and said...
We turned to him, and we said, "So much
for the curse of the Hitchcock Theater. "
And Sid says, "The curse of the Hitchcock
Theater has been shitty movies. "

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