June 24, 1982: Steven Spielberg on his film 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'

The director said he always saw science fiction as being "bright and happy," as opposed to frightening.
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Transcript for June 24, 1982: Steven Spielberg on his film 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'
Starship about a hundred like yours. Right I don't believe that coming here with laser pistols in the coming here it is. Nothing steady and he's an advocate going up when it looked up. So science fiction has been tentacles. And you know dark and frightening it was all whispered right.

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