Re: Thanks Kat and Happy Divali!
Oct 28, 2000 09:37 AM
Well Kat you certainly DO have a story!
I can't top that... I must say...
When you were talking about Point Loma, it occurred to me that
Ojai is also not far away. I was told that the hills near Ojai were
used in Lost Horizons as a backdrop.
Now I looked closely at those hills and then watched the old
movie and couldn't tell...
I guess some of those old bungalows at Ojai were possibly
there when Krishnamurti stayed there...
Anyway I liked your story...again. Maybe it was providential and
all since you are near that five hundred year old castle.
My wife and I had a misfortune some years ago and ended up in
the Holy Land in Haifa largely because of it and had a great time!
Maybe your case was like that.
-- In email@example.com, Kathleen Arc <KArc@c...> wrote:
> Dear ARt -- Thanks so much for KNOWING which book to
which i referred. You
> will find it totally VISUAL and I do still INTEND it being a film.
> would LOVE to be involved in its creation. Around the time I
> too-early, too-earnest version of the script all over
> Hollywood...Spielberg came out with "Raiders"...It was close in
> -- but obviously the time was not yet RIPE for THAT particular
> works so well because on multi-levels...ALSO I created a
> for some of the more INTERNAL moments in the book. My 5th
draft was real
> close by Hollywood types were "bored" with my idea by then,
and -- you MAY
> NOT BELIEVE THIS -- the day I FINISHED the last draft, a 50
foot tree fell
> on my head, neck and back in the Commissary garden at 20th
> significantly ending my production career.
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