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Re: Who's Elizabeth Jean Scott???
• Posted by: xfile   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, August 24, 2004, at 9:13 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Who's Elizabeth Jean Scott??? (cookiemonster)

Hi guys:

Internet is truly wonderful. It did not come to my attention after seeing so many times of Spy Game about in memory of director's mom. Certainly, I did not even know the director of Balck Hawk Down is the brother also.

Well, it just came to my mind to do a little search on the net and glad to find out here with so many detailed answers and your research works.


> Hey guys, we love the Internet, don't we? One a credible site says:
"Peaks and Valeys of a Directors Life"

> "Scott's mother
> died as he was finishing "Black Hawk Down." He added a
> dedication to her on the crawl at the end of the movie: "For my Mum,
> Elizabeth Jean Scott, 1906-2001."

> So- I hope this solves the curiousity of many.
By the way, starting
> the "Dinner Out Ops", we see a someone standing on the
> 'make-shift' helipad (on the jail building) and directing the helicopters.
> In a covert ops, clandestine, I don't think there would be a 'friendly'=
> more like a guards with an active semi-auto. Or a bunch of guards standing
> on the lookout tower shooting at the helicopter. I guess the director
> wanted the Ops to end seemlessly, without further conflict. :-)

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