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You're being overly optimistic
• Posted by: a different Joe
• Date: Sunday, December 8, 2002, at 5:20 p.m.
• IP Address: cache-mtc-ak02.proxy.aol.com
• In Response to: Re: think about him dieing yet (daryl)

> i heard this with star wards too, if he dies, who takes on starwars three,
> if lucus dies, who does 3...
just dont think about it and hope
> williams lives to score hundreds of movies yet

And though I might be a tad pessimistic, at least I'm preparing for his death in a constructive way, and I hope George and Steven are thinking about it too. I mean, he IS over 70 years old.....these are very real concerns at this point, sad as that may be to think about it. I certainly hope he makes it to SW Episode III and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and it would be nice to see him live 10+ years longer.....

......but in all reality, he'll score another 25-30 movies, probably. It does make me sad to think about it, Williams and Goldsmith. Goldsmith especially, because he's my fav. composer, and his health's been going downhill these last few years. Even if he doesn't outright die, his health may force him to retire from music, which would be terrible.......

-Joe, from the depraved and macabre section of film score fans




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