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Martin. (gives him blue tag) Mr. Blane. (gives him blue tag) Blane smiles at her; so does Martin, but hesitantly. The recorded voice continues over: CUT TO: The desert, as the hovercraft shoots forward, into the sunrise, toward the resort. The hovercraft control room. A bank of TV screens show the approaching hovercraft. Fuzzed figures in the foreground guide the craft in; low technical dialogue. FIRST TECHNICIAN (voice over): We have you on grid five. Over. HOVERCRAFT PILOT (voice over): Read you as grid five.
There were too many stories of unreasonable pressure, arbitrary script changes, inadequate post-production, and cavalier recutting of the final film. Nobody who had a choice made a picture at Metro, but then we didn’t have a choice. Dan Melnick, the new head of production at the studio, assured the Westworld producer, Paul Lazarus, and me that we would not be subjected to the usual MGM treatment. In large part, he made good on that promise. We began preproduction in November, 1972. Preproduction is the time preparatory to shooting when the creative elements are assembled, the script is polished, the sets are built, the locations picked, and the cast hired.