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Comments about the soundtrack for E.T. (John Williams)
John Williams and E.T.

Matt Gray
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John Williams and E.T.   Tuesday, July 20, 2004 (10:12 a.m.) 

John Williams did an absolute wonderful job on scoring the picture. Whoever e-mails back to this message, I just want you to know that writing the music for a film is a very hard task. My favortie music sequence in the movie is the Escape/Chase/Saying Goobye sequence. That's fifteen minutes of music. I also like the Toys music sequence. John Williams is the greatest film composer in the world today. He is now seventy-two. Williams and Spielberg have worked together on a lot of films. John Williams has won four Oscars for film music. They are Jaws (1975), Star Wars: A New Hope (1977), E.T. (1982), and Schindler's list (1993). His new film score is The Terminal, which is directed by Spielberg. In Feb.2005, he will start work on Star War: Episode III. Other than that his work on E.T. is AWSOME.

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Re: John Williams and E.T.   Wednesday, May 4, 2005 (2:43 p.m.) 

Ha you suck What is the climax of E.T. I really need to know for my essay in my english class if you know e-mail me right away at

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