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FIJI X " ... ,P-V ;S v 7 I1 1 I . NO SUOVr'F ALLS Stunt octon wode through fok snow thot buried them in cen from "Meteor." TIbm j Crt IUm FILM CLIPS Buried Alive in the Line of Duty "Perfectly safe." said director Ronald Neame. "Nothing to worry about." He was going to shoot a special-effects avalanche scene in which 10.000 pounds of "scatter flakes." a material used in the movies to imitate snow, would be dropped on a contingent of stunt people and extras. The film is "Meteor" and Neame. a friendly 66-year-old Britisher who put the upside-down magic into "The Poseidon Adventure." was looking for volunteers to be buried along with the others. He picked coproducer Ted Parvin and a reluctant reporter. This wa3 all taking place on MGM's Stage 30. the site years ago of many Esther Williams swimming sequences. Also Illustrated on Pge 1. About $3 million of the $16-million budget for "Meteor" (cofinanced by American International Pictures, Warner Bros., and others) is being spent on special effects. "Get yourself a parka. ' ordered assistant director Craig Huston. The flimsy set was constructed to match the interior of a church in Switzerland Neame earlier filmed four weeks on location there and in Hong Kong. The special-effects work, however, needed the logistics of the studio. Earlier in the day he staged a Hong Kong tidal wave, releasing 8,000 gallons of water. Some stunt people received minor bumps and bruises "and a couple of cuts" when the force of the water carried them into a platform on which Neame, cameramen and others were perched. "Nothing serious," the director said. The film is about the threat of a giant meteor scheduled to strike Earth in five days and the partnership between American and Russian scientists to divert it. Splinters from the meteor cause the avalanche, tidal wave and other catastrophes. In the cast are Sean Connery, Natalie Wood, Brian Keith, Henry Fonda, Karl Maiden, Trevor Howard, Bo Swenson and Martin Landau. "This is all based on fact science-fact, not science-fiction," said coproducer Parvin. NASA and Caltech are serving as advisers on the film. Cotton was distributed to avalanche scene participants, to protect ears and nostrils from "flakes." A slice of rubber tube would also be used, tucked into shirts at one end and mouths at the other. The idea was to enable breathing to continue while buried thoughtful idea, that WHITE KNIGHTS: The film has been shooting for seven months and is due to finish with work in miniatures and optical effects still to go in September. Neame made his reputation as a cinematographer and prefers smaller, more intimate pictures. His direction of "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" won an Oscar for Maggie Smith in 1969. Since "The Poseidon Adventure," however, BY LEE GRANT ThnM Had Writer he said. "People say, 'Making a disaster movie? Let's get Ronnie.' "I guess audiences seem to go for this kind of thing. For me, I prefer the intimate films vhere people matter, what happens with these big pictures is the hardware takes over. I'd rather direct Maggie Smith than people swept away." Swept away? Who gets swept away? Not in an avalanche scene. "All you have to do is hold your breath." Neame reassured. "Perfectly safe, nothing to worry about" The director was ready even though the reporter would never be. "Last call for cotton." someone shouted. The stunt people took their positions in the center where they would receive the brunt of the snowfall. The extras, including this one, were more to the sides but still would be buried. "Everyone in a crouching position." said Neame. "Now the first thing you'll hear is a pop loud as an atom bomb. After that, keep yourselves submerged until you hear me call 'Cut' " A few moments passed and then the cry of "Ready" (pause) and "Action." The bags of flakes rained down, the sound was loud as an atom bomb, and all were buried in white. It was still underneath, the rubber tube serving as a lifeline. Neame, one could hear, was delivering instructions to the cameramen. Finally, he called, "Cut" Everyone emerged from the snow, like divers surfacing. "Let's have a body count," said Neame. All were accounted for, including the reporter. And Neame was right, after all it was perfectly safe and nothing to worry about "WASH" CYCLE: Joel Schumacher, the talented screenwriter of "Car Wash" and Universale upcoming "The Wiz." moves over to TV to make a directing debut for NBC's "Amateur Night" which begins filming June 12. The story centers on one night at a country and western bar called the Dixie in the San Fernando Valley "a poor man's Palomino," said Schumacher and will be filmed in the ensemble-and-vignette style of "Car Wash." "It's about all kinds of people who want to be stars," he said. Schumacher, whose background is in costume and production design, recently worked in that capacity for Woody Allen on the still-untitled follow-up to "Annie noil. Exhibit of Academy History An exhibition highlighting the 50-year history and acti vities of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is open to the public weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the the Academy building, 8949 Wilsmre Blvd., Beverly Hills. "A REMARKABLE FILM. A RICH. REWARDING EXPERIENCE FOR ANY ADULT. S JudinC"si Ntwtt WOMAN'S DECISION Enqlnh Swbttli V WESTLANP TWINj 10754 V PICO BIVO WEST L A 474-9589 A IAEMMIE THEATRE TUES.-FM. MO, 7:. SAT.-SUN-MMi. fcOu, 3:45. &30, 720. fttS it I PARAMOUNT 1 wrrsl I ?E' irauTTGOOOT,m?Sl.5u' I PARAMOUNT 2 1 Par amount -1 Roaecrane ' ME 3-4646 MUSI OUS; THESTItG ROADIUM ! 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