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Re: What if John Williams dies before Episode III?
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• Posted by: Amuro   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, March 7, 2003, at 7:34 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: What if John Williams dies before Episode ... (Kevin Koehler)

> Well...........let's hope he does not pass away....which I think is a
> better term than dies! If he does pass away....without a doubt, the next
> greatest composer in line is JERRY GOLDSMITH!!!!!!!
First of all I am the next John Williams or James Horner you mark my words. Second HOWARD SHORE what a disgrace to Star Wars. Third there would be no John Williams if it werent for George Lucas? No, there would be no John Williams if it werent for Steven Spielberg Hiring him for Jaws. And finally if you watch the Spiders part of the Minority Report dvd you will see that John still looks as good as ever! Dies before episode three, I seriously doubt it! But lets say for a moment that he does, aside from me, I think that Horner would be a great composer for the Star Wars film franchise his excellent brass theme for Willow proves it to me. Goldsmith would be a close second and then Elfman or Debney. NEVER HOWARD SHORE BY ANY MEANS EVEN IF HE IS THE LAST COMPOSER IN THE WORLD NEVER! His scores are un-star wars like. To say the least.

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