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Making Close Encounters: An interactive documentary about the making of Columbia Pictures' 1977 science fiction classic, featuring interviews with Steven Spielberg, composer John Williams, visual effects supervisor Douglas Trumbull, and other surviving crew members; storyboards; still photographs; and outlines for deleted scenes.

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Released: January 09, 1986
Genres: Documentary
Director: Crenzi
Actors: Douglas Trumbull Steven Spielberg

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