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Interview with Jonathan Isgar, a blunt gweilo
Overview of your work 1/7 - Page 3
Author(s) : Arnaud Lanuque
Date : 10/1/2010
Type(s) : Interview
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People :
Frankie Chan Fan Kei
Ken Goodman
Movies :
The Outlaw Brothers
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HKCinemagic: You don’t appear with most of the westerners in the boat scene (in Outlaw Brothers) but later in a scene in which you congratulate a car driver. Were you cast during the middle of shooting or was it always intended this way?
Jonathan Isgar: That was a nice suit, wonder what I did with it, you got three good fighters there, I don’t remember how I got on that, but if a spot turned up one of the mates would have got me on. Probably Ken Goodman there, he would always help me look all right in a fight.

Outlaw Brothers
HKCinemagic: Did you have to deal with real snakes when you opened the bag given by Frankie Chan?
Jonathan Isgar: Haha, bloody snakes. I put gaffa tape on my hand so I couldn’t feel them, poor buggers had been in a bag fortwo days with there teeth ripped out.
HKCinemagic: Did you have to take the memorable "chicken rain"? What memories do you keep of this shooting?
Jonathan Isgar: Chicken rain, what a great idea that was. Broken wings and necks, next came chicken football
HKCinemagic: What did you think of the way of working of Frankie Chan?
Jonathan Isgar: What do you think? He’s a typical HK dickhead
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