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John Badham

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I would do it today because the thing that appealed to me was not necessarily the mechanics of the robot, but it was his personality and how funny and charming he was.

— John Badham

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Phillip Harrison was the production designer, though, I think he's uncredited. He's done most of my films like Blue Thunder. Lots and lots over the years.

— John Badham

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Sometimes it's literally just a feeling that you get that somebody is more interested than someone else; and they may both say they're interested, but you get a feeling.

— John Badham

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Technological things, that Germans and Japanese would get real excited about.

— John Badham

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There were scenes that just for length purposes, and knowing that the attention span of kids is not great, don't make it much longer than about 90 minutes.

— John Badham

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When the movie was done, Number Five was crated up. Eric took him over to Germany; displayed him over there because Germans really liked this movie. It was very popular with them.

— John Badham

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About John Badham

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WarGames (1983) starring Matthew Broderick is his other signature film renowned for its take on popular Cold War fears of nuclear terror and holocaust as well as of amateur hacking. Henry Lee Badham Jr married Mary Hewitt secondly his first wife Lottie (née Austin) is buried beside Henry and Mary at Elmwood Cemetery in Birmingham Alabama. Though John Badham's younger all of Mary's acting credits preceded John's film/television credits by several years.

John MacDonald Badham (born August 25 1939) is an English-born American film director best known for films Saturday Night Fever (1977) Blue Thunder (1983) WarGames (1983) Short Circuit (1986) Stakeout (1987) Bird on a Wire (1990) and others.

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