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Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler from Santa Maria wrote on August 28, 2017 at 2:25 pm:
I'll always remember late March, 1995. Jean, Sean (first Sean) and I drove down to Hollywood to see a restored print of The Wild Bunch at the Cinerama Dome. We were told to sit in the balcony since those were the best seats in the house. We make our way up to the balcony and saw that the first row had four seats taped off. We sat in the next row and waited for the movie to start. Just as the previews were rolling, an usher came in and removed the tape and two men sat down. One guy had a ballcap and bushy beard. I leaned over, and in a hushed voice said, "That looks like Steven Spielberg." Jean's reply: "It is Steven Spielberg!" So we sat there with our jaws on the floor. Two minutes later Robert Zemeckis walks in. That is always a favorite story for me to tell, and I can still hear Jean's voice clear as a bell.