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Interview de Nick Nicholson (page 5)

Si nous aimons rire d'un certain cinéma déviant, nous sommes très loin de mépriser les hommes et les femmes qui s'y sont impliqués ou compromis. Il nous a ainsi paru enrichissant de faire raconter le nanar et son univers par les gens qui l'ont vécu de l'intérieur. La diversité des intervenants et de leurs réponses nous a rendu encore plus proches du cinéma que nous aimons : vous découvrirez, au fil des entretiens que ces différentes vedettes ont bien voulu nous accorder, des informations précieuses pour le cinéphile et le cinéphage, des anecdotes cocasses et, en esquisse, le portrait attachant de personnages souvent hauts en couleur.
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Nick Nicholson (page 5)


About Jim Gaines: he seems to have mixed origins (half-Afro-American, half-Filipino?) and appeared in loads of movies shot in the Philippines...


James Gaines.

James, is another close friend, and you are right, his father was a Black American and his mother a Filipina. James was directing the last time we worked on a film together. Now, he is a Investment Advisor. It is hard to pin him down as he has many, many girlfriends...

Would you have a personal message, or maybe a slightly mean anecdote to tell us about Mike Monty?


Mike Monty.

I haven't seen Mike for quite a while now. James Gaines has an address or phone number for him, but once again, it's hard to find James. If you have a project going, he will find you. That's how he is. Mike is not really a big guy, but when he goes thru the food line on a set, a large plate isn't enough to hold all of his food! I never saw a guy who ate as much as he did, and still remained in shape! Maybe he was doing steroids... I just don't know!

What about Jeff Griffith who often played in Cirio Santiago’s productions...

Jeff is back in Pennsylvania and I haven't heard anything from him in more than 15 years.

Jim Moss was employed as a supporting actor, we can see him on some ‘behind the scene’ pics of your website. A friend of yours?


Jim Moss.

Jim is a close friend of mine. He was with the Marines in Okinawa as Military Police. One day he was bitten by a viper that is common to Okinawa and almost died. He was left with a gimpy hand and received a Medical Discharge with disability pay.

What about Ronnie Patterson? He used to play small parts in Kinavesa pictures...


Ronnie Patterson.

He's back in Canada.

Actor Eric Hahn was active in the Philippines and played credited roles alongside with Michael Dudikoff and Jan-Michael Vincent. What about him?

Eric Hahn lives in Mexico. He might be working on some werewolf film in Texas right now.

Do you remember Paul Vance? He was also an actor and wrote some scripts, like "Deadringer"...


Paul Vance.

Paul Vance was a good friend of mine. He is Flemish, however, if you were to talk with him, you would think he was an American from Wisconsin. I believe he is back in Belgium. Vance is not his real last name.

Bruce Baron told us about a guy named "Mad" Mel as a crappy figure of Filipino movie sets. Do you confirm?

Mel D.? A multiple personality homosexual paedophile! He was not well liked here. As a matter of fact everybody hated his guts, so much so, that somebody asked him to take 3 kilos of grass into Japan. He actually went around asking if it was safe, and everybody said "Yeah, sure Mel!" So off to Japan he went and upon his arrival at Narita Airport, he was arrested for smuggling drugs! He was a crafty devil, and was able to get out of prison after three years. He came back here but was deported as he had been from various other counties.

David L. ?


David L

Another paedophile but of the straight variety. He lives in Subic someplace.

Several movies we watched featured Willie Williams as supporting actor. You both played in "Deadringer" and "Mission Terminate"...


Willie Williams.

Willie, like myself was a former member of the Navy. He had several Filipina wives, and I believe when I had met him, he had just gotten out of jail from the states. He told me once that he caught some guy screwing his wife and had shot him with a .357 magnum. Willie seemed to have been in jail as he had a daily regimine of waking up at 5:30 am and then would do situps and pushups for a couple of hours. He would drive me nuts when we roomed together as he would be doing jumping jacks while I was trying to sleep. I think he now lives in San Diego in California.


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