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    More: Interesting, Steven Spielberg, Jaws, Roy Scheider, Ian Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Robert Shaw, Ian's take  
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2021-09-15 4:03:52 AM  
The scariest moment in Jaws is the fingernails on the chalkboard. I go into a cold sweat just thinking about it.
 
2021-09-15 4:07:20 AM  
What's the story about, subby? All I can see is a giant info-pane about how Yahoo / Verizon wants all my vital data before I can read anything.

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2021-09-15 6:18:11 AM  

Huck And Molly Ziegler: What's the story about, subby? All I can see is a giant info-pane about how Yahoo / Verizon wants all my vital data before I can read anything.

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You found the true monster
 
2021-09-15 8:24:02 AM  

Russ1642: The scariest moment in Jaws is the fingernails on the chalkboard. I go into a cold sweat just thinking about it.


Enjoy:

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare | "Nails On a Chalkboard" | Warner Bros. Entertainment
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2021-09-15 9:58:51 AM  
You can kind of see the resemblance if you quint.

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2021-09-15 10:11:12 AM  

Huck And Molly Ziegler: What's the story about, subby? All I can see is a giant info-pane about how Yahoo / Verizon wants all my vital data before I can read anything.

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Set on board Quint's boat the Orca, the play - which enjoyed a critically acclaimed and sold out run at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe - is a three-hander between Ian, Liam Murray Scott as Richard Dreyfuss (reprising the role from the Fringe), and Demetri Goritsas as Roy Scheider as they go through a gruelling day at sea. Robert Shaw was battling alcoholism, an ongoing tussle with the IRS, a clash of personalities, and extreme boredom.

Ian consulted with his siblings (he's one of 10 children) before exploring the darker side of his father's character, including his addiction to alcohol, admitting that writing the script was 'a delicate procedure'.
He credits the input of his family, co-writer Nixon and director Guy Masterson for keeping the play "true to the spirit of what happened". They've continued evolving the script - which draws heavily on screenwriter Carl Gottelieb's book The Jaws Log - adding a whole new scene after the West End transfer was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.

From https://thesharkisbroken.com
Cape Cod, 1974: shooting on 'Jaws' has stalled. The film's lead actors - Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider and Richard Dreyfuss - are stuck on a boat, at the mercy of foul weather and a faulty mechanical co-star. Awash with alcohol and ambition, three hammered sharks start to bare their teeth...
Ian Shaw (War Horse and Common, National Theatre) will star as his father Robert Shaw. He will be joined by Liam Murray Scott as Richard Dreyfuss (reprising the role he performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019), and Demetri Goritsas (ear for eye, Royal Court; Black Mirror, Netflix) as Roy Scheider.
THE SHARK IS BROKEN reveals the hilarious behind-the-scenes drama on one of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters.
 
2021-09-15 12:34:02 PM  
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2021-09-15 1:30:38 PM  
Thank you.
 
2021-09-15 11:08:15 PM  
Sounds boring....
 
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