It was just a joy to work with Walt, and Walt always had the perception that Clifford needed to be real.
And again, that’s sort of, you know, [original author] Norman Bridwell sitting on our shoulders, saying, ‘Don’t screw this up and do it the right way.’
And Walt [Becker, director], I’m going to blow some air right now.
The moment you start speaking in English, or in French, or in German, or in Portuguese, whatever, he’s not real anymore.
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