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Fade In (film)

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Fade In
Fade In.jpg
Written byJerrold L. Ludwig
Directed byJud Taylor (as "Alan Smithee")
StarringBurt Reynolds
Barbara Loden
Music byKen Lauber
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Producer(s)Judd Bernard
Silvio Narizzano
CinematographyWilliam A. Fraker
Editor(s)Aaron Stell
John W. Wheeler
Running time92 minutes
Production company(s)Paramount
Budget$400,000[1]

Fade In is a 1968 American film starring Burt Reynolds, who said, "It should have been called Fade Out."[2]

Production

Filming started in July 1967[3] and was shot at the same time as the Western Blue on the same location in Moab, Utah, using some footage from that movie although it had a separate story, cast and crew.[4] Judd Bernard, who produced both, said "Both pictures are either going to be great or be disaster areas. There will be no middle ground with either one."[1] Parts of the film were shot at Professor Valley, Castle Valley, Hittle Bottom, Moab, Dead Horse Point, and Arches in Utah.[5]

It was the first Hollywood made film to show someone taking a contraception pill.[6]

It was the first film to be released using the pseudonym Alan Smithee, which had been created for Death of a Gunfighter but which wasn't released until the following year.

Reception

"It was screened for Bob Evans at Paramount and I think he locked it up in chains", said Reynolds years later. "It's never been heard from since."[7]

"It's the best thing I've ever done", Reynolds added. "An American version of A Man and a Woman."[8]

References

  1. ^ a b Thomas, Kevin (30 July 1967). "A Case of Simultaneous Cinema". Los Angeles Times. p. 11.
  2. ^ Siskel, Gene (November 28, 1976). "Workaholic Burt Reynolds sets up his next task: Light comedy". Chicago Tribune. p. e2.
  3. ^ Martin, Betty (July 11, 1967). "Sheila in Production Unit". Los Angeles Times. p. c10.
  4. ^ Martin, Betty (June 26, 1967). "Film on Film for 'Fade-In'". Los Angeles Times. p. d22.
  5. ^ D'Arc, James V. (2010). When Hollywood came to town: a history of moviemaking in Utah (1st ed.). Layton, Utah: Gibbs Smith. ISBN 9781423605874.
  6. ^ Archerd, Army. "Just For Variety". Daily Variety. p. 2.
  7. ^ "BURT PRELUTSKY: Two Centerfolds". Los Angeles Times. December 24, 1972. p. k14.
  8. ^ Clifford, Terry (April 6, 1969). "Burt Reynolds, Who Plays Half-Breeds Stoic About Roles". Chicago Tribune. p. f14.

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