Aliens. Production, November , 1985

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Aliens 1985 November 8th Friday callsheet 30

Friday 8th November 2015

Today would show the dissection of the Facehugger
Derek Cracknell was the assistant director.

Rushes were being watched at 8am in theatre 7, with coffee provided.

Sigourney and Jenette were picked up at 7am, Sigourney was driven in car number 1 by Danny and Jenette driven by car number 4 by a driver listed as Pinewood. Lance Henriksen was picked up at 7.15 by Ray in Carl no.6. William Hope was picked up at 7.30 by car number 4 by another driver listed as Pinewood.  Paxton was picked by by Terry in Car number 3 at 7.45 and Paul Reiser was picked up by 7.45 in Car number 2 ,  Louise Head who doubled for Carrie Henn would be picked up by car number 1 at 8.30. Meanwhile Carrie Henn was picked up at 8.40 by car number 3. Michael Biehn would be picked up by Terry in car 3 at a time that was to be announced. 

Sigourney Weaver had dressing room, 322, Carrie Henn had dressing room 323, Jenette Goldstein had dressing room 324, Paul Reiser has 325, Bill Paxton had 326, Michael Biehn had 327 William Hope had 328 and  Paul Kash had 146.

Aliens 1985 November 8th Friday callsheet 30 part 2

Weaver was in makeup by 7.30, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen and Daniel Kash at 8.00, Bill Paxton , Paul Reiser and William Hope at 8.30, while Carrie Henn would be in makeup by 9.00.

Janet Aspinall would act as a stand in for Sigourney arriving form 8.30 with three utility stand-ins.

The props included hand gear with electronics gear, Bishop's dissection equipment, a medical trolley for Gorman, Dummy weapons, flamethrowers and other accessories. Creature effects department supplied the facehuggers for the dissection by Bishop.

Derek Cracknell was assistant director.
The special effects department would provide smoke

Executives would watch the rushes as 4pm in the theatre 7

Aliens Callsheet 14th November 1985


Thursday 14th November 1985

Stage 'E' and 'F', Sets; (A) INT. SURGERY - OPERATING ROOM, (B) INT. MEDICAL LAB ON COMPLETION OF ABOVE MOVE TO 'F' STAGE FOR (C) INT. AIR DUCT, SCENE NOS (A)145 to complete, 157, and 158 part to complete.

Derek Cracknell was the assistant director for this day.

8AM in the morning, rushes would be watched without sound, and coffee was provided.

Sigourney Weaver has dressing room, 322, Carrie Henn has dressing room 323, Jenette Goldstein has dressing room 324, Paul Reiser has 325, Bill Paxton has 326, Michael Biehn has 327 and William Hope has 328.

Arriving on set at 8.30, Janet Aspinall would act as a stand in for Sigourney, while Louise Head would arrive for makeup be a stand in for Carrie Henn. And there would also be three utility stand-ins.

The props included Newt's doll,Pulse guns and hand gun's too including Ripley's pulse gun, a locator bracelet, head sets, dummy weapons, flame throws and various other accessories as established. The creature effects team would supply the Face Hugger rigs.

Derek Cracknell was assistant director.

The special effects department would provide smoke

Caroline Quilter would be there as the nurse.

At 2:30 in the afternoon, an Executive viewing would take place in Theatre 7

Aliens Callsheet 1985 November 22nd Friday, n0.41
Friday 22nd November 1985

8am in the morning was a viewing of the rushes without sound in Theatre 7, accompanied by coffee.

Derel Cracknell was the assistant director for this day.

Sigourney Weaver had dressing room, 322, Carrie Henn had dressing room 323, William Hope had 328, Paul Reiser has 335, Lance Henriksen had 336.

Janet Aspinall,  Jack Ross, Ann Presten and Paul Kilduff arrived as stand-ins by 8.30, while Louise Head as double and standing "Newt" was picked up that morning at 8.30 to be on set by 9.00

That day in 'L' stage, they were filming scenes, 56, 58, 61, 63, 80, 82, 84, 86, 89, 91, 93, 95 and 97. The set would be the interior of the APC.

Video playback of all A.P. Station and Cocoon Chamber scenes, the A.P. Station ground plans, video monitors and Bio monitor readouts Flatten,

2.30pm was the time for the executive viewing of the rushes in Theatre 7

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