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A.K. (1985) This documentary will be included as part of the Criterion Collection DVD edition of Ran (1985).
Absurd Person Singular (1985) Carole Shelley was nominated for the 1975 Tony Award (New York City) for Supporting or Features Actress in a Drama for "Absurd Person Singular" for the role of 'Jane'.
Aitbaar (1985) The background theme music was again used in the movie " Wahem".
Alice in Wonderland (1985) The Jabberwock creature costume was designed by the Production Designer Phillip J. Jefferies, very early in the production preparation. A description from Lewis Carrol provided the costume design: a body of a dragon, whiskers, fish-like head, insect antennae and pair of talon-like hands on both arms and wings, also serves as forelegs when it walks on ground. The costume was fabricated by Adam Hill and Tom McLaughlin at the Berman's Studios. When the creature costume was shown to Irwin Allen, Tom McLauglin wore the costume. He had also served as the model for the costume's fabrication. Casting couldn't find neither an actor nor a stunt man to fill the height matching Tom's height. Irwin decided Tom was the "Jabberwock" and he performed the role from that point on. Interestingly, the set decorator had placed too large in scale furniture for Alice's interior study-library set, when the character first appears. The art director supervised the decorator's selection of size and scale of the furniture (chairs and tables) in order for the Jabberwocky performer to move around in the set. The Jabberwocky appears through out the production (as a figment of Alice's imagination) until at the end, back at home, the Jabberwocky disappears. The monster-creature was a terrific costume character.
Alien Warrior (1986) The night scenes were shot on location along Los Angeles' "Skid Row" between sundown and sunset and the production company had to hire security to prevent the crew from being mugged during the shooting.