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STEVEN SPIELBERG "Steven Spielberg is probably my favorite subject. You can see in his face the breadth of his work. It's an honor to have worked with him. "I was the official photographer on the 'E.T.' set; that movie was the biggest thing on the planet in 1983 and there I was, right in the middle of i t. That was cool. If he likes you and your work and he calls you back, it's a great feeling." ALFRED HITCHCOCK "In 1976, Hitch was working on his final film, 'Family Plot.' He had been ill and had a pacemaker put in. I asked him out of the blue, 'Would you show me your pacemaker?' He said 'Of course, dear boy.' He's unbuttoning his shirt to show me the scar…it broke the ice and we hung out for the rest of the day." C A R M E L M A G A Z I N E • H O L I D A Y 2 0 1 5 129 ANDY WARHOL "He was such an enigma. He hardly said a word. Warhol picked up the Dachshund and looked at me. I didn't know how to play him because he was so silent, so distant. He had been shot [by Valerie Solanas] just recently…I didn't have the balls to ask him to show me his scar."

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