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10 Questions with Dieter Laser from The Human Centipede (First Sequence)

by Gary Berger, MoreHorror.com

With the impending release of the second film in The Human Centipede trilogy, MoreHorror’s Gary Berger brings you an exclusive Q&A with the amazingly talented German born actor, Dieter Laser, a.k.a. Dr. Heiter.

Dieter was the villainous character in The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review) and was gracious enough to sit down and answer some questions. Enjoy.

MoreHorror.com - Do you feel, by embodying what is considered to be one of the most heinous villains of all time, you have given one of your proudest performances of your career?

Dieter Laser - At least it’s the performance which got me the most recognition (yet). To make this possible for a German actor, you need an absolute leading part, generous artistic freedom, a sophisticated premise, English language and a smart producer’s policy. I was lucky enough to get that rare constellation.
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'Return of the Jedi' Never Turned a Profit?

Apparently, the Dark Side of the Force doesn't help evade the details of fine print. The London Times overheard David Prowse (a.k.a. "The Man Inside Darth Vader") reveal a rather shocking fact to Equity magazine -- he's never received any residuals from The Return of the Jedi because the film never made a profit.

Says Prowse: "In the last 30 years you can count the number of times [The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi] have been in the cinema on one hand, and it never returned much money. I get these occasional letters from Lucasfilm saying that we regret to inform you that as Return of the Jedi has never gone into profit, we've got nothing to send you. Now here we're talking about one of the biggest releases of all time."

His friends say that the letter informing him that Rotj hadn't made a profit actually referred to the Special Edition re-release and DVD,
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