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Sure enough when he and Patricia ride their buckboard out to the Terrill ranch some rough cowboys, known as the Hannasseys, chase him down and pull that hat right off his noggin and give him a bit of a roughing up. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, when Leech sets McKay up to be humiliated by riding a killer bronc, and McKay declines the invitation, once again Patricia is disappointed.

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Everybody goes through that initiation, she tells him. Now in these parts when a man calls you a liar you either go for your gun or start swinging a fist or two. Well, that tears it. All this takes place against the backdrop of a larger conflict between the major and his next door neighbor, Rufus Hannassey Burl Ives and his three sons, including the wild and vicious Buck Chuck Connors. Terrell has the upper hand. In the Cold War was in progress and the threat of nuclear annihilation had everybody nervous.

For example, McKay walks away from the killer bronc, but later rides the horse when no one is around to witness it except Ramon Alfonso Bedoya , one of the Mexican ranch hands. And when McKay decides to leave the ranch he wakes Leech up in the middle of the night and fights him when no one is awake to see it.

Working on the sound was the most fun part of the two animated feature films I have directed. One of the nicest gifts you get as a director, after working on your film for years, is being able to see your film fresh again once the sound designers and composer have added a whole new dimension to the story. So I was very excited to see Midge Costin's new documentary "Making Waves: The Art Of Cinematic Sound" and have a chance to talk to her about this vital, but often overlooked aspect of movie making.

John Stevenson. JS: I loved your film and was surprised at how visual it was for a subject that is primarily auditory.

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It must have been a labor of love. MC: It took 9 years to make! My editor, David J.

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Turner was a student of mine and he was so good. He had already come into film school having made films and he was also a composer. He was so good at both sound and picture and he was so sensitive. We shot most of the interviews from to He was brilliant. I actually did some editing on some documentaries up there. What happened was, the last thing I thought I would do coming out of film school was sound.

So I edited the picture with a friend of mine who ended up going into sound and we edited his student film together. So I came out and did apprentice, assistant editing and all that. So, as I tell my students, I lowered myself and took a sound job because I needed the money to finish my thesis film.

When I was a little I wanted to be a race car driver laughs. One thing just led to another and it was so exciting. JS: You have 23 sound editing credits according to IMDB and those include doing Foley, dialogue, sound effects, so out of all of those films which ones did you like the most?

I just love Gene Hackman and Denzel Washington and their relationship and also the story. It is a good story about the military, and are they pro war or anti-war?

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And I found that fascinating. But the other thing is, you are in a submarine, so you are in a tin can and you are telling a story on a set, and you have to take out the footsteps in the dialogue track because they are stepping on plywood! But the whole tension of when they get hit and they are going down, down, down, and they are going to be crushed, it is your responsibility to bring the emotion and the reality, because they are all just listening!

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It is all being told through their ears, the story is being told aurally. And also in that movie each different department radio, sonar, weapons systems, etc. I know Stanley Kubrick is probably rolling over in his grave because there is no sound in space and I'm putting in all these incredible sounds.

Even a fire happens and I am like "Oh, really? So I get earthquake rumbles and low tones that always go to our gut and bring up fear and cue us that something is going to happen. And then have the rock as if it was almost like munching on somebody like really chewing, going to eat them, devour them. But when you have someone like Tony Scott who cared about sound you would get it early enough, maybe even at the script stage so you can be feeding the edit room, then those things are great. Michael Bay, in some of his earlier films, did not seem as interested in sound.

I was working with George Waters, who was the supervisor, and he was getting him to pay attention to sound, enlightening him and now Michael Bay really cares about sound and realizes how important it is. JS: So out of all of those 23 films you worked on as a sound editor which director did you enjoy working with the most and who used sound the most creatively?

MC: Tony Scott really cared and was a really great collaborator and he looked on sound as one of his key positions. But I know some big directors even now who are not paying attention to sound. So it is all about respect. So think about that, you can read a script and possibly make suggestions. I love rollercoasters, so I would rather go on a real rollercoaster than watch some of these action adventure movies.

They are so overly violent, I found them sexist and racist, so I started teaching and I thought I can pass on these skills that I have so that they can make really good movies. So that is kind of a fun thing. JS: So a personal question as a sound editor: which film sound design is the one that has impressed you the most in the history of movies?

MC: I was just thinking about that.


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Now when I listen to it I think it is over the top, of course the whole film is, but still that had a big impact on me. But I also really like smaller films. And I also think about that with Hitchcock films.