I was surprised at that too, Store. Was he kidding?
And Todd: I think he mentions that he was supposed to interview Zanuck.
I only wish it were longer. If you watch the other parts, the documentary is so banal, superficial and relentlessly sexist it's kind of impressive for its purity; for example, check out the interview with Lawrence Harvey while he's smoking a cigar and pretending to play golf! There's almost nothing of content in the whole doc.
Somewhat strange, also ,was the presenting of the award for best actor, won by Dillman, Stockwell and Welles for Compulsion. I recall reading Dillman saying that Welles clearly didn't want the others onstage with him, that Welles was extremely upset he had to share the award. But in this bizarre little doc, it's some American representaive who accepts the award, not the actors.