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Desc:You probably already know the story, but here it is straight from Ellison.
Category:Classic Movies, Arts
Tags:The Terminator, james cameron, harlan ellison, plagiarism, Prisoners of Gravity
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Comment count is 17
revdrew - 2009-08-27
Amazing, an Ellison interview and I don't think I was tempted to punch him even once.
badideasinaction - 2009-08-27
Harlan once wrote speculative fiction about agreeing with him for once, so now he's gonna sue your ass.

BillFisto - 2009-08-27
Rick Green agreeing with a pre-recorded videotape of Harlan Ellison is oddly creepy.
fluffy - 2009-08-27
It's like he goes out of his way to make sure people know he's watching a video tape but then tries to make it look like Ellison is in the same room as him, even though the room looks completely different on one side

Desidiosus - 2009-08-27
That was the basis for the show Prisoners of Gravity. "Commander Rick" somehow gets stuck on this space station, which was a model that made old Doctor Who special effects look extravagant, and he spent half an hour interviewing sci-fi authors. They had Harlan, Spider Robinson, etc. etc. It was a pretty good show once you got past the goofy concept.

cognitivedissonance - 2009-08-27
blah blah blah I'm Harlan Ellison and motherfucking Moses owes me money.
Document - 2009-08-27
5 stars for YOU.

dementomstie - 2009-08-27
I saw Soldier once. It's a pretty good episode.
I agree that for once I actually agree with Ellison. That is amazing, I like some of his writing, but I think that he's usually such a giant ass.
I understand where he's coming from, and I fully support it and have heard it from other authors and had no problem agreeing with them, but he could probably say it a little less intensely and make me not as likely to want to punch him.
StanleyPain - 2009-08-27
Demon with a Glass Hand is an amazing Outer Limits.

Funny thing is that this interview or whatever omits that Ellison also argued that Cameron "borrowed" from I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream, as well. There was more backstory to Skynet in the original script, supposedly, about it becoming self-aware and collaborating with similar computers in Russia and China to wipeout the human race, etc. etc. which is also the back story of I Have No Mouth...

FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2009-08-27
Who is that weird geek?

Not Ellison, the other one.
Nikon - 2009-08-27
That was pretty interesting.
Michael Houser - 2009-08-27
It's totally fitting: giant asshole Ellison vs giant asshole Cameron. I'm glad Ellison got some cash from the deal - I nominate Cameron as the greater douche.
In the episode Soldier, it's cats that can recognize the enemy, can anyone confirm this dim memory of mine?
Also, does Demon With a Glass Hand take place largely in the Bradbury Hotel, a la the end of Bladerunner? I may just be senile at this point ...

StanleyPain - 2009-08-27
Yes, Demon was filmed in the Bradbury. Well, parts of it anyway.

Cube - 2009-08-27
Reused stories in Hollywood? IMPOSSIBLE!
Camonk - 2009-08-27
So many of these sci-fi guys are right-wing nutcase assholes anyhow.
Screwtape - 2009-08-27
Isn't everything for the last 40 years an OL or Twilight Zone ripoff?
Turrican - 2009-08-27
Does the guy throw in "Acknowledgement to the works of Harlan Ellison" at the end of an interview just to be a dick?

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