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Darin Morgan - Millennium


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Dear friends,

Another great article from our friend Jen over at MitchPileggi.net with this one featuring the great Darin Morgan talking about his work on the show. I particularly enjoyed the part where he discusses his episodes being a reaction to what the critics were saying about the character of Frank Black. An enjoyable read. You can download the article here and I hope you will leave some kudos for Jen.

Eth

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You are right my friend. I didn't realise. I have heaps of stuff on my hardrive and it's taking me ages to bring order to chaos but I am going to be sharing scans and articles with you all all week so I will definitely have the third part of the interview out by the end of the week.

If I can't find it I will make it up myself and do something in Photoshop. :whistling:

Sorry about that folks.

Eth

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Please remind us when this article is complete. I won't download it until then. Is it another .rar file, and if so, :helpme: .

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"Time is too slow for those who wait; too swift for those who fear;

too long for  those who grieve; too short for those who rejoice.

But for those who love, time is eternity."

(Jane Fellowes)

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I've uploaded the un-rar'd files to my website:

https://www.chelonium.plus.com/tiwwa/

and while I was at it, I thought I'd upload some Word docs which are M&W interviews/articles by Paula Vitaris. From memory, these were extended versions of the magazine articles that Paula made available at the time.

Libby

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Thank you so much Libby. I have a cup of coffee to hand and I am about to dive into those interviews. I am really looking forward to this. I wonder what ever became of her? She was such a prominent supporter of their work wasn't she?

Eth

PS I will definitely get the third part up as soon as I find. I am just resizing a nice Megan Gallagher interview for tomorrow.

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I've uploaded the un-rar'd files to my website:

https://www.chelonium.plus.com/tiwwa/

and while I was at it, I thought I'd upload some Word docs which are M&W interviews/articles by Paula Vitaris. From memory, these were extended versions of the magazine articles that Paula made available at the time.

Thanks a lot Jen and Libby! This is enriching a certain project of mine that I'm working actively on right now... :oneeyedwinK

I'm intrigued: how do theses versions differ from those published at Cinefantastique? How did you get hold of them? Did Paula Vitaris post them on the internet somehow?

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Hi, Oro,

As far as I can recall, they are longer versions than the ones published in Cinefantastique. I downloaded them from a website that posted them there with Paula's permission. I'm pretty sure it was a Morgan & Wong fan site but I can't find it or, in fact, any Morgan & Wong fan sites.

Libby

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I'm anxious to read the rest of this. I can't agree with Darin Morgan's interpretation of the first season, but obviously his efforts to broaden the palette of Millennium were quite successful.

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Hi, Oro,

As far as I can recall, they are longer versions than the ones published in Cinefantastique. I downloaded them from a website that posted them there with Paula's permission. I'm pretty sure it was a Morgan & Wong fan site but I can't find it or, in fact, any Morgan & Wong fan sites.

Libby, you're right! You're referring to the site "Morgan & Wong Online", which sadly went off line a few years ago. However it's still accessible via archive.org, and that's where I found the relevant page with the Paul Vitaris interviews. I didn't remember this, but it's indeed stated that a select few of the articles are "[LONGER UNEDITED VERSION , courtesy of Paula]"! Great find! :clapping:

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