Terry Gilliam


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Remembering Harry article By Andrea Sheridan   Andrea Sheridan's personal remembrance of Harry originally appeared in the Spring of 1994 in Good Day Sunshine (#73). It is reprinted here with the kind permission of Andrea and Good Day Sunshine.   How do I reduce a life to a few words? Especially an ex ...
Interview with Zak Nilsson article Roger Smith interviewed Zak Nilsson for this article which was originally published in the July, 1996, issue of Everybody's Talkin' .   ET caught up with Zak Nilsson somewhere in Cyberspace where this interview was conducted over a period of a few weeks. Many of the questions were ...
Monty Python person Harry Nilsson was friends with members of Monty Python.   George Harrison was a great pal of mine, and one night he came and asked if he could do the "Lumberjack Song " and we said, "Yeah, of course." So he came on stage at City Center , and he did the "Lumberjack Song" as a Mountie, and ...
High Hopes music_note The October, 1990, issue of L.A. Magazine reported that Harry Nilsson joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me ", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes".
Come Fly With Me music_note The October, 1990, issue of Los Angeles Magazine reported that Harry Nilsson joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes ".
The Fisher King videocam Terry Gilliam's The Fisher King received five Oscar nominations.   Harry Nilsson sings "How About You " during the closing credits of the film.
Adriano's Restaurant place The October, 1990, issue of Los Angeles Magazine reported that Harry joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me ", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes ."[1]   Adriano's Restaurant 2930 Beverly Glen Circle Bel Air, California ...
How About You music_note Harry Nilsson performed "How About You " for the soundtrack of Terry Gilliam's The Fisher King .   Ralph Freed wrote the lyrics of "How About You ." The music was composed by Burton Lane . The song was written for the 1941 film Babes on Broadway . It was performed in the movie by ...
Harry Nilsson Documentary in Production announcement LSL Productions is currently completing production of WHO IS HARRY NILSSON (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him?) , a documentary about Harry Nilsson .   In addition to interviews with [Una Nilsson | Nilsson's wife]] and children, the film features interviews with Gerry Beckley , Ray ...