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Earlier this month one of the stranger news stories of the year so far in the form of the announcement that Paul Feig would be directing a Play-Doh movie. In 1971 buildings were burned in a fire training exercise which was used for the filming of, The Candidate, featuring Robert Redford. With Halloween around the corner, we have been busy watching all of our favorite Halloween movies this month!
To girly up the Spiderman costume a bit, we added sparkly sneakers, a handmade tutu (tutorial below) and a spider web mask. To make the tutu you will need about 5 yards of tulle and a roll of 1-2 inch ribbon and scissors. In this lesson we are going to examine Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic thriller Jaws. Shot mostly on location on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, the film had a troubled production, going over budget and past schedule. Generally well received by critics, Jaws became the highest-grossing film in history at the time. A girl named Chrissie Watkins leaves a party on New England’s Amity Island and goes skinny dipping. Chrissie is reported missing and her remains are later found on the beach by police chief Martin Brody.
A large tiger shark is caught by fishermen, leading the townspeople to believe the problem is solved. The men retire to the cabin, where Quint relates his experience with sharks as a survivor of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. With the boat immobilized, the trio attempt a desperate approach: Hooper dons scuba gear and enters the ocean inside a shark proof cage, intending to stab the shark with a hypodermic spear filled with strychnine. To direct, Zanuck and Brown first considered veteran filmmaker John Sturges—whose resume included another maritime adventure, The Old Man and the Sea—before offering the job to Dick Richards, whose directorial debut, The Culpepper Cattle Co. Spielberg, who felt that the characters in Benchley’s script were still unlikable, invited the young screenwriter John Byrum to do a rewrite, but he turned down the offer. Benchley had written Jaws after reading about sport fisherman Frank Mundus’s capture of an enormous shark in 1964. Though Spielberg complied with a request from Zanuck and Brown to cast known actors, he wanted to avoid hiring any big stars. Principal photography began May 2, 1974, on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, selected after consideration was given to eastern Long Island. Shooting at sea led to many delays: unwanted sailboats drifted into frame, cameras got soaked,  and the Orca once began to sink with the actors on board. Footage of real sharks was shot by Ron and Valerie Taylor in the waters off Australia, with a smaller-framed actor in a miniature shark cage to create the illusion that the sharks were enormous. Although principal photography was scheduled to take 55 days, it did not wrap until October 6, 1974, after 159 days. John Williams composed the film’s score, which earned him an Academy Award and was later ranked the sixth greatest score by the American Film Institute. There are various interpretations of the meaning and effectiveness of the primary music theme, which is widely described as one of the most recognizable cinematic themes of all time. Spielberg later said that without Williams’s score the film would have been only half as successful, and according to Williams it jumpstarted his career.
Universal spent $1.8 million promoting Jaws, including an unprecedented $700,000 on national television spot advertising. Smaug was a fire drake of the Third Age, considered to be the last "great" dragon to exist in Middle Earth. For almost two hundred years, Smaug hoarded the Lonely Mountain's treasures to himself and stayed within the mountain, until a company of Dwarves managed to enter the Lonely Mountain and bring him out of hibernation.
In TA 2770, Smaug came from the mountains in the north, drawn by great wealth amassed by the Dwarven kingdom of the Lonely Mountain, which included gold, gemstones, silver, pearls, the many-faceted crystals of emerald, sapphire and diamond, and the famed Arkenstone. He took the mountain, killing many dwarves inside it. For two centuries, Smaug ruled the Lonely Mountain uncontested, lying within the great treasure hoard of the Lonely Mountain and ensuring no one entered the mountain in an attempt to steal from him. Bilbo, the company's appointed "burglar," was sent into the treasure chamber alone in an attempt to stealthily gather information and steal what he can without waking Smaug. Returning to the treasure chamber, Bilbo attempts to steal a single cup, but its theft is immediately noted by Smaug, who awakens from his slumber. After Smaug's death, Thorin and Company claimed the treasures of the Lonely Mountain as theirs by birthright. It is said that a vast fortune in gemstones lay with Smaug's rotting carcass amongst the pilings of old Lake-town, but few had the courage to dive for them in later years. It is unclear whether Smaug, the largest specimen in the Third Age, would compete in mightiness to his ancestors of average size in the First Age, though he was clearly smaller than Ancalagon, the largest known dragon to have existed. Being a fully-grown dragon, Smaug was both massive and powerful, possessing physical strength great enough to crush stone with ease, as seen by his attack on the Lonely Mountain. Like many dragons of Middle-earth, Smaug's monstrous appearance also belied keen senses and a dangerously sharp mind.
Defensively, Smaug's reddish-gold scales rendered him impervious to nearly all weapons, but his underbelly was relatively soft and vulnerable. Smaug is portrayed as being psychopathic, extremely sadistic, confident, violent, cruel, arrogant, and greedy, possessing an unquenchable desire for gold. Smaug seems primarily motivated by personal greed rather than a desire to do evil, and does not seem to serve any allegiance other than his own.
Smaug is voiced and interpreted with performance capture by Benedict Cumberbatch in Peter Jackson's three-part adaptation of The Hobbit.
He appears in the prologue of the first film, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, described as a "fire drake from the north" before taking residence in the Lonely Mountain. When Thorin and Company arrived at the Lonely Mountain and sent their burglar Bilbo Baggins to find the Arkenstone, the hobbit unwittingly caused a landslide that unveiled the dragon. During their conversation, the hobbit then tried to lie to Smaug by claiming that he was no more than a simple traveler who came to the mountain alone to see the dragon, as he didn't believe the tales about him. Later on, Smaug tried to take away Bilbo's friendship with Thorin by lying to him, claiming that the dwarf was using him and found his fate worth nothing, but the hobbit refused to believe him.
When Smaug saw Thorin pointing his sword at Bilbo, asking if he found the Arkenstone, the dragon charged. Upon realizing the dragon was blocking their only path out of the mountain, the dwarves hatched a desperate plan to lead Smaug to the Lonely Mountain's forges in hopes that they can trick him into rekindling the smelting vats with his fire breath. In the opening of the third film, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Smaug, after reaching Lake-town, proceeds to destroy the city for their part in aiding the dwarves.
The dragon was created with key frame animation, meaning it was animated by hand, in addition to Cumberbatch's motion capture performance.
Smaug was considered the highlight of the second film of the series with several critics hailing it as cinema's greatest dragon incarnation.
While his personality is more or less the same as the book, in the movie, Smaug is considerably more malicious and cruel. It is possible that he can change how his fire-breath comes out, depending on the situation. On first look, the idea of a Play-Doh movie does sound a little left-field, but if anyone can do something quirky and interesting with it, it’s Feig. Some of these movies are pretty spooky, some have mild adult language and they range in ratings (G, PG, or PG-13).
Dollar store streamers in red and gold as a backdrop, and a dollar store back plastic table cloth. We love Chex-mix in this house, so I filled little lunch bags with Chex-mix for them to snack on.
This lesson will be followed by a short quiz to test your knowledge of the film and its production. The prototypical summer blockbuster, its release is regarded as a watershed moment in motion picture history. It won several awards for its soundtrack and editing, and it is often cited as one of the greatest films of all time. While swimming out near a buoy, she is seized by something from below; it thrashes her around and drags her down.
A children’s prank causes panic at the main beach while the shark enters a nearby estuary and kills a man.
Later, the shark—an enormous great white—looms up behind the boat, and the trio watch it circle the Orca.
Zanuck and David Brown, producers at Universal Pictures, independently heard about Peter Benchley’s novel Jaws.
He wanted to move over to 20th Century Fox’s Lucky Lady instead, but Universal exercised its right under its contract with the director to veto his departure. Columbo creators William Link and Richard Levinson also declined Spielberg’s invitation. Spielberg sent Gottlieb a script, asking what the writer would change and if there was a role he would be interested in performing.
The script for each scene was typically finished the night before it was shot, after Gottlieb had dinner with Spielberg and members of the cast and crew to decide what would go into the film. According to Gottlieb, Quint was loosely based on Mundus, whose book Sportfishing for Sharks he read for research.
The role of Quint was originally offered to actors Lee Marvin and Sterling Hayden, both of whom passed. The prop sharks frequently malfunctioned owing to a series of issues including bad weather, pneumatic hoses taking on salt water, frames fracturing due to water resistance, corroding skin, and electrolysis. The script was refined during production, and the unreliable mechanical sharks forced Spielberg to shoot many scenes so that the shark was only hinted at. Spielberg, reflecting on the protracted shoot, stated, “I thought my career as a filmmaker was over. Music scholar Joseph Cancellaro proposes that the two-note expression mimics the shark’s heartbeat. He had previously scored Spielberg’s debut feature, The Sugarland Express, and went on to collaborate with the director on almost all of his films. The character of Quint strongly resembles Captain Ahab, the obsessed captain of the Pequod who devotes his life to hunting a sperm whale. When the doctor attempts to convince the townspeople of the danger, he loses his job and is shunned.
The media blitz saw around twenty-five thirty-second advertisements aired per night on prime-time network TV between June 18, 1975, and the film’s opening two days later.
A third and final preview screening, of a cut incorporating changes inspired by the previous presentations, was held in Hollywood on April 24. Drawn to the enormous wealth amassed by the Dwarves of the Lonely Mountain during the reign of King Thror, he laid waste to the neighboring city of Dale and captured the Lonely Mountain, driving the surviving Dwarves into exile. Correctly believing that the dwarves had received assistance from the men of Lake-town in entering the Lonely Mountain, Smaug left the mountain to wreak destruction upon Lake-town, nearly decimating it before being slain by Bard the Bowman.


Thror and Thrain used the secret door to escape, and the dragon continued ravaging the surrounding countryside for a long time.
The surrounding domain became a scarred wasteland known to the Dwarves and men as the Desolation of Smaug.
Once there, Bilbo was surprised to find that Smaug was much larger than he had expected and covered in impenetrable armor, save for his underbelly. Amused by the Hobbit, Smaug converses with Bilbo, attempting to deduce his origins and purpose in the mountain.
This created a conflict with Bard and the Elvenking Thranduil of Mirkwood, each of whom wanted a portion of the gold as reimbursement for all the damage Smaug had caused their kingdoms over the years. With no Dragon to contend with, the survivors of the town rebuilt on dry land next to the lake.
In The Atlas of Middle-Earth by Karen Wynn Fonstad, Smaug is said to be about 20' meters' (65 feet) in length. He was able to fly thanks to his large wings, and had the ability to breath streams of searing hot flame from his mouth.
He had an encyclopedic knowledge of his treasure hoard, immediately registering the theft of a single cup after Bilbo made his first visit to his lair. To compensate for this, Smaug took to sleeping upon the gathered treasure of the Lonely Mountain, allowing bits of gold and jewels to embed themselves in his body.
His most distinguishing characteristic (aside from his greed) is his arrogance, as Smaug proudly boasts of his superiority and impregnability to Bilbo during their encounter. While he does ruthlessly destroy Dale and lays waste to the Dwarves of the Lonely Mountain during his attack on the Lonely Mountain, once he has assumed dominion of the region he seems content to allow the rest of Middle Earth to go about its business, so long as he or his treasure remains undisturbed; although this could be because he feels that the people living in the region have nothing he wants. His full appearance was not shown as only parts of him were glimpsed as he is flying over Dale and partially obscured by the treasure in the Lonely Mountain.
Smaug stirred from his sleep amongst the vast pile of treasure, as he was suspicious that someone was in the chamber with him.
The dragon asked Bilbo if he thought flattery would keep him alive, and asked who he was and where he came from. Smaug was intrigued by his word and wanted to know what reward Thorin was willing to give him if he succeeded in finding the Arkenstone before stating that he would never give away any of treasure, not even a single coin. The other dwarves with Thorin appeared to defend their friends, and Smaug charged after them, summoning his fire to burn them to death. They reveal themselves to Smaug, initiating a perilous game of cat-and-mouse through the halls of the mountain, doing everything in their power to encumber the pursuing dragon as they race towards the entrance to the Lonely Mountain.
Bard, having escaped imprisonment from the Master of Lake-town, climbs atop the belltower and begins firing arrows at the dragon, though each attempt fails, harmlessly bouncing off Smaug's armor. Eventually, Bain, Bard's son, arrives to aid his father with a Black Arrow.
Aside from the damage he inflicted on Lake-Town, driving the residents to try and stay in Dale, as Thorin falls under the influence of the dragon sickness, Bilbo begins to hear him speak in Smaug's voice, and Thorin experiences a hallucination of Smaug while walking on the golden floor that they created while trying to 'drown' the dragon. Weta Digital employed its proprietary "Tissue" software which was honored in 2013 with a "Scientific and Engineering Award" from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to make the dragon as realistic as possible. Universal praise was also given to the visual effects company Weta Digital and the vocal and motion-capture performance of Cumberbatch for bringing a fully realized personality to Smaug.
He takes much more pleasure in psychologically tormenting Bilbo, making suggestions that Thorin was just using him, choosing to spare Bilbo just so that he can watch Lake-town burn, and sarcastically asking him how he would like to die. In the first film, his fire was more liquid and napalm-like, which had enough power and mass to shatter stone buildings, and its blast could spread on the ground. The single-story cottages were built to house employees and their families working at the site.
To do that, keep the tulle folded long ways (it comes that way off the roll) and fold it two more times long ways.
For example, my daughter is only 7, so there are movies on this list that she isn’t allowed to watch just yet. Simply write, “family movie night,” the time and maybe the movie title on it, and set it out in the morning before everyone rushes off to work and school. To jazz the table up a bit and make it more “old Hollywood-ish” I added some gold sequins I had from an old New Year’s Eve party. I am a type-A personality who loves everything to look pretty, and worships Martha Stewart like a God.
In the story, a giant man-eating great white shark attacks beach-goers on Amity Island, a fictional summer resort town, prompting the local police chief to hunt it with the help of a marine biologist and a professional shark hunter. Spielberg and others have compared this suggestive approach to that of classic thriller director Alfred Hitchcock.
Brody plans to close the beaches but is overruled by mayor Larry Vaughan, who fears that reports of a shark attack will ruin the summer tourist season, the town’s primary source of income. That evening, Brody and Hooper secretly open the shark’s stomach and discover that it does not contain human remains. When the shark becomes entangled in the wrecked cage, Hooper escapes and hides in the seabed.
Brown came across it in the fiction department of the Cosmopolitan lifestyle magazine, then edited by his wife, Helen Gurley Brown. However, they grew irritated by Richards’s habit of describing the shark as a whale and soon dropped him from the project. Gottlieb sent Spielberg three pages of notes, and picked the part of Meadows, the politically connected editor of the local paper. Sackler came up with the backstory of Quint as a survivor of the World War II USS Indianapolis disaster. The first actors cast were Lorraine Gary, the wife of then-president of Universal Sid Sheinberg, as Ellen Brody, and Murray Hamilton as the mayor of Amity Island. Zanuck and Brown had just finished working with Robert Shaw on The Sting, and suggested him to Spielberg. Spielberg’s friend George Lucas suggested Richard Dreyfuss, whom he had directed in American Graffiti.
As Spielberg wanted to film the aquatic sequences relatively close-up to resemble what people see while swimming, cinematographer Bill Butler devised new equipment to facilitate marine and underwater shooting, including a rig to keep the camera stable regardless of tide and a sealed submersible camera box. For example, for much of the shark hunt, its location is indicated by the floating yellow barrels.
The footage of the cage attack was so stunning that Spielberg was eager to incorporate it in the film. According to Alexandre Tylski, like themes Bernard Herrmann wrote for Taxi Driver, North by Northwest, and particularly Mysterious Island, it suggests human respiration.
The original soundtrack for Jaws was released by MCA Records in 1975, and as a CD in 1992, including roughly a half hour of music that Williams redid for the album. This plotline is paralleled in Jaws by Brody’s conflict with Mayor Vaughn, who refuses to acknowledge the presence of a shark that may dissuade summer beachgoers from coming to Amity. Aware of this vulnerability, Smaug deliberately had spent years sprawled on the wealth of his hoard, allowing diamonds and hard gemstones to be embedded into his belly, armoring his only weakness. He quickly surmises that Bilbo was aiding Thorin and the rest of the Dwarf company in an attempt to steal back the Arkenstone and reclaim the Mountain. This measurement corresponds with drawings by Tolkien in which Smaug seems to be around 25 meters (86 feet). Some comments in The Hobbit imply that his entire body was imbued with fire, as he was seen to glow in the darkness of the Lonely Mountain's depths, and his usual paths were said to have been "smoothed and slimed" (i.e. When the hobbit returned a second time, Smaug was already expecting him by feigning sleep, and immediately declared that he could sense the thief even if he could not see him. This "diamond waistcoat" was intended to cover Smaug's only physical weak spot, but when Bilbo Baggins confronted the dragon in his lair, he discovered a bare patch on the left side of his chest. However, this proves to be his downfall, as he unwittingly reveals the weak spot in his chest to Bilbo when showing the Hobbit how he had willfully coated his underbelly in treasure to protect it. Highly intelligent, Smaug appears to possess a rather sardonic sense of humor, darkly mocking Bilbo while they converse within the Lonely Mountain's treasure chamber.
He is featured mostly off-screen, only visible are his legs, tail, a small part of his head, and his wings as he flies, which is consistent with Tolkien's illustrations, and his eye, which can be seen in the final scene of the film.
Although Bilbo was forced to use his ring to keep out of sight from the dragon, Smaug was immediately aware of his presence by his scent (which the smell of hobbit was unknown to him). Bilbo later made his riddle talk by claiming that he "came from under the hill and over hills and under hills his path had led", and through the air he was "he who walks unseen". During the game, Smaug discerned the hobbit's attempt at stealing the jewel and kept Bilbo from catching the Arkenstone, boasting about his superiority. However, the dwarves managed to elude him, and Smaug began to silently stalk the abandoned halls in search of the hidden dwarves. As Bilbo leads the dragon into the Gallery of the Kings, he is quickly overrun by Smaug, who deduces that Bilbo and the dwarves were aided by the men of Lake-town, and leaves to destroy the town. Cumberbatch aimed for Smaug's voice to be "that bridge between animal and human, something guttural, deep and rasped, kind of dry as well because of all the fire breathing." He studied reptiles at the London Zoo to prepare for the role.
During his attack on Lake-town, Smaug went out of his way to mock and sneer at Bard and Bain. In the second film, his fire is similar to a more typical fire, flamethrower-like, with immense firepower, enough to engulf his whole body. Homes were of simple design and not reminsicent of more well-known Morgan buildings like Asilomar or Hearst Castle.
Aside from popping popcorn and chocolate covered blueberries, I decided to make the movie viewing even more fun for my daughter by creating an Easy Spider-Girl Costume using a Spider-Man costume and adding a few girly touches. Then cut the tulle at every 4 inches until you run out of tulle (refer to the first photo above).
I love these because they have a handle on them, so if the kids are eating on the sofa they have something to hold onto. The film stars Roy Scheider as police chief Martin Brody, Richard Dreyfuss as oceanographer Matt Hooper, Robert Shaw as shark hunter Quint, Murray Hamilton as the mayor of Amity Island, and Lorraine Gary as Brody’s wife, Ellen. Universal Pictures gave the film what was then an exceptionally wide release for a major studio picture, over 450 screens, accompanied by an extensive marketing campaign with a heavy emphasis on television spots and tie-in merchandise. It was followed by three sequels, none with the participation of Spielberg or Benchley, and many imitative thrillers. They head out to sea to find the shark, but instead find a wreckage of a boat belonging to local fisherman Ben Gardner. Brody persuades Vaughan to hire Quint, and Quint reluctantly allows Hooper and Brody to join the hunt. He harpoons it with a line attached to a flotation barrel, but the shark pulls the barrel underwater and disappears. He passed the audition one week before Spielberg took him to meet the producers regarding a writing job.
Spielberg has claimed that he prepared his own draft, although it is unclear to what degree the other screenwriters drew on his material.
The question of who deserves the most credit for writing Quint’s celebrated monologue about the Indianapolis has caused substantial controversy.
Stuntwoman-turned-actress Susan Backlinie was cast as Chrissie as she knew how to swim and was willing to perform nude.


Shaw was reluctant to take the role since he did not like the book, but decided to accept at the urging of both his wife, actress Mary Ure, and his secretary—”The last time they were that enthusiastic was From Russia with Love. The actor initially passed, but changed his mind after he attended a pre-release screening of The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, which he had just completed. Spielberg asked the art department to avoid red in both scenery and wardrobe, so that the blood from the attacks would be the only red element and cause a bigger shock. Their construction involved a team of as many as 40 effects technicians, supervised by renowned mechanical effects supervisor Bob Mattey, best known for creating the giant squid in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The opening had the shark devouring Chrissie, but it was rewritten so that it would be shot with Backlinie being dragged and yanked by cables to simulate an attack. No one had been in the cage at the time, however, and the script, following the novel, originally had the shark killing Hooper in it. It has since become a tradition for Spielberg to be absent when the final scene of one of his films is being shot.
In the novel and original screenplay, Quint dies after being dragged under the ocean by a harpoon tied to his leg, similar to the death of Ahab in Melville’s novel.
The studio and publisher Bantam agreed on a title logo that would appear on both the paperback and in all of the advertising for the movie.
However, while examining the dragon, Bilbo noticed a single bare patch on the monster's left breast, nearest his heart. Smaug flies into a rage, erupting from the mountain in a fiery wrath and loosing his flame upon the land. Although Bilbo was clever enough not to fall for Smaug's attempts to trick him into revealing his exact position, the dragon used the resulting conversation to plant doubts in Bilbo's mind, correctly guessing that the "burglar" had allied himself with the Dwarves and the men of Lake Town and asking if Bilbo had ever considered the logistical difficulties of getting his share of Smaug's treasure back to his home.
Bard was told this by an ancient thrush that overheard Bilbo relating this information to the Dwarves, enabling him to defeat Smaug by shooting his Black Arrow into the bare patch.
Smaug seems to dislike Dwarves, considering them to be weak and pathetic creatures far beneath him, making unfavorable comments about Thror and showing no remorse over his slaughter of their kind and claiming of their kingdom. In addition, Smaug is a topic of discussion amongst the White Council as Gandalf cites his reason to support Thorin Oakenshield's quest. He began to search for Bilbo, beckoning him to come out from where he was hiding and when Smaug got too close, the hobbit was overcome with fear and attempted to run, only to alert the dragon, who gave chase after him through the chamber.
Smaug hardly believed him but asked Bilbo what also did he claim to be and the Hobbit answered that he was the "luck-wearer", "riddle-maker", and "barrel-rider". During the chase, Smaug showed Bilbo his underbelly, coated in gems, and the hobbit caught a glimpse of a single missing scale. As he is leaving, Thorin appears and taunts him, unveiling an enormous, freshly cast golden statue of a dwarf, which distracts the greedy dragon long enough for the statue to melt into liquid gold and engulf him. With the bell tower now half-destroyed, Bard is forced to make a makeshift crossbow using a rope that held the bell, some pieces of broken wood, and Bain as a stand. He was also aware of the return of Sauron, and was apparently intent on joining forces with him (although there was some amount of confusion as to whether the dragon would ever ally with Sauron without any reward[6]). It is possible that his breath in the second movie was normal fire because his priority was to kill the intruders, and not to cause destruction, and to protect his treasures as well as not risk having the mountain fall down on him. Next measure the waist line of your child and add 40 inches to it and cut that length from the ribbon. So I busted out the faux pumpkins and mini haystacks and started planning Halloween costumes and plugging in fall events on our calendar. I wrapped a few pieces of red licorice in a napkin, and also had individual cups of mixers for their Chex-mix as an extra treat. The screenplay is credited to both Benchley, who wrote the first drafts, and actor-writer Carl Gottlieb, who rewrote the script during principal photography. Quint harpoons two more barrels to the shark, and the men tie them both to the stern, but the shark drags the boat backwards, forcing water onto the deck and flooding the engine. The 26-year-old had just directed his first theatrical film, The Sugarland Express, for Zanuck and Brown.
Spielberg described it as a collaboration between Sackler, Milius, and actor Robert Shaw, who was also a playwright. Most minor roles were played by residents of Martha’s Vineyard, where the film was shot.
Disappointed in his performance and fearing that no one would want to hire him once Kravitz was released, he immediately called Spielberg and accepted the role in Jaws. Gottlieb was nearly decapitated by the boat’s propellers, and Dreyfuss was almost imprisoned in the steel cage. The storyline was consequently altered to have Hooper escape from the cage, which allowed the footage to be used.
Afterward, underwater scenes were shot at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer water tank in Culver City, with stuntmen Dick Warlock and Frank James Sparks as stand-ins for Dreyfuss in the scene where the shark attacks the cage, as well as near Santa Catalina Island, California. When Williams first demonstrated his idea to Spielberg, playing just the two notes on a piano, Spielberg was said to have laughed, thinking that it was a joke. The relationship between sound and silence is also taken advantage of in the way the audience is conditioned to associate the shark with its theme, which is exploited toward the film’s climax when the shark suddenly appears with no musical introduction. The centerpieces of the joint promotion strategy were John Williams’s theme and the poster image featuring the shark approaching a lone female swimmer.
With this invaluable information, he escaped the dragon's lair and returns to the Dwarves, sharing his discovery of Smaug's weakness with them, unaware that he was overheard by a thrush, who carried the secret to Bard the Bowman in nearby Esgaroth, the city also known as Lake-town. While conversing with Bilbo, Smaug is also able to quickly surmise the reason for Bilbo's presence in Erebor, and also correctly deduces that the Dwarves received aid from the men of Esgaroth in reaching the mountain.
The dragon then revealed that he knew that the dwarves were outside of the mountain, although Bilbo (whose eyes were on the Arkenstone) tried to deny it, with Smaug not taking the bait.
Smaug then caught Bilbo's eye on the jewel and claimed that he was almost tempted to let him take it, only to let it consume Thorin to madness just like it did to Thror, though, at that point, the dragon ended the banter with Bilbo and snapped toward the hobbit.
However, Smaug survives the scalding gold and erupts from the molten pool, roaring that he will show the dwarves what revenge really is. Like his book counterpart, Smaug is extremely arrogant, and the mere implication that he may possess a weakness made him visibly angry; being insulted by Thorin was also quick to earn his anger. Likewise, since most of Lake-Town consist of wood as opposed to the stone buildings of Dale, Smaug wouldn't need to rely on his flames to cause destruction, but just watch it spread.
They purchased the movie rights in 1973, before the book’s publication, for approximately $175,000. At the end of a meeting in their office, Spielberg noticed their copy of the still-unpublished Benchley novel, and after reading it was immediately captivated.
Universal wanted the shoot to finish by the end of June, when the major studios’ contract with the Screen Actors Guild was due to expire, to avoid any disruptions due to a potential strike. Because the film the director envisioned was so dissimilar to Benchley’s novel, Spielberg asked Dreyfuss not to read it. In early July, the platform used to tow the two side-view sharks capsized as it was being lowered to the ocean floor, forcing a team of divers to retrieve it.
Fields, who had completed a rough cut of the first two-thirds of the film, up until the shark hunt, finished the editing and reworked some of the material. However, the scene from Moby-Dick could not be licensed from the film’s star, Gregory Peck, its copyright holder. The poster was based on the paperback’s cover, and had the same artist,  Bantam employee Roger Kastel. In the midst of the wreck, Bard the Bowman, heir to the throne of Dale, does his best to rally men to repel the dragon's assault.
Smaug continued his search, and claimed that he was aware of the ring in Bilbo's possession and that he sensed that Bilbo has something "made of gold, but far more precious," which in turn forced the hobbit to remove the ring.
Soon, a cat-and-mouse banter began with Smaug and Bilbo, as he made unfavorable comments about Thror and boasted about his armor and invincibility. Bilbo used his ring to escape and managed to get the Arkenstone while Smaug flew around in rage and unleashed a torrent of flames around the treasure chamber in an attempt to roast the Hobbit alive before he can escape. He then breaks through the walls of the mountain, shakes off his gold coating, and takes flight toward Lake-town. Smaug was supremely confident in his own powers, shown in his famous speech about how certain components of his body were weapons of destruction. Then you want to tie a knot 20 inches in on each side of the ribbon (refer to the second photo above).
So I rounded up 30 Family Friendly Halloween Movies that you might light to watch with the kids this year too! His mother places a bounty on the shark, sparking an amateur shark-hunting frenzy and attracting the attention of local professional shark hunter Quint, who offers to kill the shark for $10,000. Brown claimed that had they read the book twice, they would never have made the film because they would have realized how difficult it would be to execute certain sequences. The role of Brody was offered to Robert Duvall, but the actor was interested only in portraying Quint.
Shaw also fled to Canada whenever he could due to tax problems, engaged in binge drinking, and developed a grudge against Dreyfuss, who was getting rave reviews for his performance in Duddy Kravitz. Calling for rapid, percussive string playing, the score contains echoes as well of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. Bard, guided by his knowledge of Smaug's secret weakness, fires a black arrow into the beast's vulnerable spot on his belly. Smaug was amused by Bilbo's knowledge of who he was, and began his conversation with the hobbit in order to deduce his origins. Smaug then realized that Thorin, Thror's grandson, had sent Bilbo for the Arkenstone and revealed to him that he found out about Thorin's goal "some time ago", and said that it didn't matter because the quest was ultimately futile, as he was aware that Sauron was preparing to openly declare himself once more. Bard fires his arrow, which hits Smaug straight in the chest, the shaft sinking into the missing scale. He was utterly ruthless, completely capable of committing genocide in pursuit of his goals. Go back to your strips of tulle that you previously cut and start cutting them all in half so that they are each about 13-14 inches long. Marine biologist Matt Hooper examines Chrissie’s remains and determines that she was killed by a shark, not a boat. Charlton Heston expressed a desire for the role, but Spielberg felt that Heston would bring a screen persona too grand for the part of a police chief of a modest community.
Due to his hubris, egomania, and overall extreme narcissism, Smaug clearly suffers from a superiority complex. Now take the strips of tulle and loop-n-pull them on in between the two knots on the ribbon (refer to photos 3-6 above) until the the entire ribbon between the two knots is full. Not only will your kids love it, but you’ll love that this whole party is half the cost of going to the movies. Roy Scheider became interested in the project after overhearing Spielberg at a party talk with a screenwriter about having the shark jump up onto a boat.



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