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Comments about the soundtrack for The Patriot (John Williams)
Arnold and Emmerich/Devlin

Aaron
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Michael Arlidge
Arnold and Emmerich/Devlin   Thursday, November 30, 2000 (3:24 p.m.) 

Does anyone know if David Arnold is going to work with Devlin and Emmerich anymore? Did they have differences on Patriot and now hate each other? they have done many collaborations and I would like to see more:\

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Unsatisfactory demo from Mr. Arnold   Thursday, October 10, 2002 (1:38 a.m.) 

David Arnold's demo music was rejected, and John Williams was brought in at short notice to score this film. Subsequently, Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich have not enlisted the services of David Arnold on any of their subequent films, including the most recent, Eight Legged Freaks.

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Re: Unsatisfactory demo from Mr. Arnold   Tuesday, January 14, 2003 (8:11 p.m.) 

Well, let's think about this... would Eight Legged Freaks have been a movie that Arnold would score? Honestly. I wouldn't be surprised to see him back with them again when they go back to epic adventures and not campy comedies.

> David Arnold's demo music was rejected, and John Williams was brought in
> at short notice to score this film. Subsequently, Dean Devlin and Roland
> Emmerich have not enlisted the services of David Arnold on any of their
> subequent films, including the most recent, Eight Legged Freaks.


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