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BE: Well, you’ve come a long way, working your way up from father to husband. I thought that scene (in “Gigantic”) with her on the balcony was maybe the richest scene in the whole movie. So when you look for scripts, or when you choose scripts, do you look for scenes like that, whether they are yours or not? Some inexplicable thing that people would automatically include in their presentation. I argued against above all killing the guy, even though he had tried to kill our hero, because…how can you walk on and ignore it? BE: No, they showed us the standard version as opposed to the 3-D. But I hear that the glasses they are now using are vastly superior to anything we use to wear. BE: So now what I’m wondering, though, is if the part was written for you, because it certainly . Seniors, a lot of seniors, automatically would probably stay away from the usual “Ratatouille” or “Wall-e” or whatever. EA: I played her father in a movie we made called “Friendship in Vienna,” which we filmed in Budapest. I don’t necessarily love New York, but the people involved… I also like the fact that they made the kid Asian, which he was in real life.
David Birney and Meredith Baxter starred as a jewish guy and his shiksa wife and the turmoil it caused both their families.With the fall of 1972, the three networks gave up Thursdays at but kept broadcasting at on Sundays (all but ABC, they started at on Sundays and broadcast until pm while the other two nets finished up at ).By the fall of 1973, all three networks began Sunday nights at , the schedule we enjoy today.At the moment, Asner can be seen in theaters as part of the ensemble cast of “Gigantic,” and this summer, he’ll be providing the voice to Carl Fredericksen in Pixar’s “Up.” Bullz-Eye spoke to Asner about both those films, his reuniting with Zooey Deschanel for “Gigantic” (they were also in “Elf” together), and, of course, we couldn’t resist bringing up Lou Grant at least briefly. Asner discusses a spoiler to “Gigantic” within the course of our discussion, so if you have any intention of seeing the film, you might want to wait until you do so before reading on. BE: Well, I’m sorry to end it on a down note, but it has been a pleasure talking to you.