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"There are the big tent-pole movies and the struggling independents. All these movies that we've spoken about, like Chinatown
(1974) and The Last Detail
(1973), would probably be independent movies today, and would not be financed in the normal course of things. And that's unhealthy. The amount of ancillary effort unrelated to what goes up on-screen by filmmakers, all of us, having to beg, borrow...
According to an interview Towne gave he said his relationship, in the fifties, with dancer Barrie Chase
led to one of his greatest successes. Barrie had been married to a hairdresser named Gene Shacove who had become the hottest stylist in Beverly Hills by the late fifties, as well as one of the most notorious womanizers. Towne was intrigued that a hairdresser was straight and asked to meet him. ...
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