LAUREN JONES-(She Laughed) Yes. SULLY BOYAR—They never love my character, they like him. What Michael went for were people who were imaginative…. My basic thing is that she just wasn’t making it. You want to get something from the film. You’re just fighting with me about this just to fight me. © 2020 TV GUIDE, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. LAUREN JONES—For a moment Sully brought order to this. SULLY BOYAR—OK. Musicals, comedies, drama; Duke directed every film genre and in his films you can always count his actors giving wonderful performances. I went to school with those assholes. He would try to rap it up for you that way. LAUREN JONES—Egan, you know what I’d like. SULLY BOYAR—What time did you call him? Michael has directed many classic films including “Cooley High,” “Krush Groove,” The Last Dragon,” “Woman Thou Art Loosed,” “Bustin’ Loose,” Which Way Is Up, and too many more to name here. EGAN—No I’m not. EGAN—(I turned to Spinks) Wait a minute, here. MORGAN—If you pay me enough money I’ll hose him down. LAUREN JONES—(Eyeing me suspiciously.) (I turned to the others.) It’s an experience. EGAN—Notice, who’s doing the interviewing…..Well, I knew what was going to happen at the end of the film and a feeling of an impending doom was over everything. EGAN—If it was I wouldn’t be feeling this way. The PayPal Credit account is issued by Synchrony Bank. LAUREN JONES—I hate to say this but I typed you when you first walked in. I think I know where you’re coming from and I need to have this exchange with you so you’ll know where I’m coming from. mode: 'thumbnails-rr1', The Schultz’s have another son together, Derek Schultz, but very little is known about him. LAUREN JONES—If there was a traditional actor in here doing an interview, he would try to create something for you that had a beginning a middle and an end. No. Dressed in Bermuda shorts and a T-shirt he was carrying an attaché case and walking around in beach flip-flops. In fact, after this interview, having achieved what I wanted, I pretty much grew bored with interviewing and was happy when I didn’t have to do then anymore. It had all these characters, but those characters came alive for me. BILL DUKE—Do we have something before that. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. JIM SPINKS—I walked into the bathroom and Sully was washing his private parts and I said, “Sully, what are you doing?” And he said “Hey, look, it’s my soap, my body and I can wash my private parts as fast or slow as I want. Everything from playing with squash balls as a kid to fighting with my wife. This list of Car Wash actors includes any Car Wash actresses and all other actors from the film. View cart for details. EGAN—Well, in a film with a single leading character they can show a range of emotions. The audience is looking in on me and I show my insecurities in that moment when I grab Lauren’s breast and I touch and stroke it. How close will the show stay to the comic storyline? Quick, quick, on the phone. You’re right. LAUREN JONES—You expect him to shoot, you expect a fight but the audience doesn’t get what it expects. JIM SPINKS—Egan, you are one of the finest cats who’s interviewed us because you actually saw the film. Apr 24, 2018 - (Spen Art by DANtheMAN607 4/10/18) Car Wash • Lauren Jones as Marleen Similar ideas. So here is my magnum opus interview. LAUREN JONES—Could you relate to his son? BILL DUKE—(To me) About you wanting to feel something. LAUREN JONES—What I’m really asking is, what did the film do for you? EGAN—Any emotion; any feeling can be communicated with words. BILL DUKE—Is there a pool here Jimmy, a Sauna? More fun than being alone? Chuckling Morgan finally notices that JIM SPINKS, who was laying stomach down on Morgan’s bed, had his feet propped up on Morgan’s pillow. No. You’ve been on the interview route for a while. There were 23 of us. Really, finding this 40 year old tape in that box was nothing short of a miracle. I’m really being sincere. JIM SPINKS—Earth calling. He looked as if he was ready for a day at the beach. We left that out intentionally so that we could put it in the sequel. LAUREN JONES—That’s all right. SULLY BOYAR—When he says 30 seconds let’s see what he means. I want you to know that I hate you all. Is there something wrong with me for feeling that? It shows my vulnerability. But at the end of the film when he breaks down and we find out what’s really bothering him—that he sees the car wash as a damn clown show—it’s the heart of the movie. EGAN—(To SULLY BOYAR) About Chaplin, yes, there is that level of manipulation. SULLY BOYAR—I think Lauren’s made a good point. The second time you actually see the characterizations. BILL DUKE— It’s not about how hard he worked. After that you think of how you want your character to be. SULLY BOYAR—He wanted people that he could trust and who could bring things to it. Don’t you agree? Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android! I punch you in the arm. My aim when conducting an interview was not to ask a bunch of questions and write down the pontifications of the interviewee. If you want to answer the questions, "Who starred in the movie Car Wash?" Most movies are about one or maybe two characters who are designed for us to relate to and feel about. Pinterest. There are 1 items available. We humbly honor the old school soul music era and will keep pushing forward to keep it alive. Those kids in the audience say, “That’s me up there, man.”. It’s the art in me. I’m on my knees to you machine. JIM SPINKS—You furnish the characters. Earth. EGAN—(To Lauren JONES) OK, I’m listening. There are several types of car washes: Contact: used water, foam, brushes. It doesn’t recreate. But, that’s imposing on it. It’s kind of organized chaos.”. All my other one interviews are lost. LAUREN JONES—It cannot be intellectualized. You can’t ask him how hard he worked for it because when you create, when you put forth the spirit of a man— of another human existence—it’s not a question you can really answer. Did you notice that people are in the foreground and the background? LAUREN JONES—Well, some people need to have labels. LAUREN JONES—Yea, right. In this film, were there scenes where any of you let another actor dominate the scene because you thought it would make a better scene? The thing we didn’t know is that she’s a well known casting director. (He laughed again and ordered up the food.) LAUREN JONES—You’re lucky, we’re all going to hit you. Morgan laughed and walking over to the phone dialed up room service. SULLY BOYAR—There’s a lot of dimension do to that scene. I want $60 a month in blackmail for the next 6 months. 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You see, you see what I’m talking about. But CAR WASH isn’t intellectual. He can’t go down looking like that. He played a psychiatrist on the THE SOPRANOS opposite Edie Falco and was on screen for about 10 minutes. Being an actor is a thing called give-and-take and every good actor knows this thing. (To the others) He’s a really beautiful man. Who went down? Well, what are you going to do? JIM SPINKS—Can I take 30 seconds to say something? Michael has another son from a previous relationship, Brent Schaeffer (not pictured). The people in MASH were so untrue. I think a lot of films are getting away from the methodical Hollywood plot. SULLY BOYAR—You spoke about Chaplin and I love Chaplin’s movies, but on the other hand there’s something in Chaplin that’s very fabricated—very theatrical and very romantic.