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March 12, 1989 | GRAHAM FULLER, Fuller is a British film journalist who shuttles back and forth between New York and London assignments
Stubbing out cigarettes and discarding paper coffee cups, the Vikings are on their way back to Valhalla. Lunch was over at the studio where "Eric the Viking" had been shooting. Now a dozen hairy hulks in furs, leggings, and horned helmets unsmilingly proceed to "C" stage, while the onlooking prop men and camera crew begin a litany of wisecracks: "There's been a lot of back-stabbing on this picture, hasn't there?" "Is that the only way you can carry your weapons?" This isn't sarcasm.
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March 12, 1989 | GRAHAM FULLER, Fuller is a British film journalist who shuttles back and forth between New York and London assignments
Stubbing out cigarettes and discarding paper coffee cups, the Vikings are on their way back to Valhalla. Lunch was over at the studio where "Eric the Viking" had been shooting. Now a dozen hairy hulks in furs, leggings, and horned helmets unsmilingly proceed to "C" stage, while the onlooking prop men and camera crew begin a litany of wisecracks: "There's been a lot of back-stabbing on this picture, hasn't there?" "Is that the only way you can carry your weapons?" This isn't sarcasm.
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