FB: Speaking of unusual gigs, you might comment on wonderful things that you were able to do with such facility, like playing live to silent movies at the Coolidge Corner Cinema. BW: Oh yes. FB: That's a exceptional skill. BW: Well this is something that I've done for many years now. And sometimes, well that, that movie at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, was Greed. That was Greed, I'm trying to think of the, is it Ernst Lubic or... FB: Possibly, or not Cecil, the other guy. BW: Well anyway, it was... FB: German name. BW: That's right. Not Premenger, this is before that. FB: Lubic? No, no we said that. BW: That's a long movie. That was orginally a three hour, even more, movie. FB: Not Deedum Du Griffeth? BW: No, they've cut it down now to be a little over two hours, but sitting at the piano, improvising, and that's all it is is watching the dialogue, watching the thing and improvising. I've done any number of films. Japanese films, French films, series at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, I've done some at Harvard, I've done some at Risdy, Rhode Island School of Design. FB: Oh the Harvard film archive? BW: Yes I've done a few there, but mostly at the Museum of Fine Arts. I've done Chech films, I've done Swedish films, all series of them. And that is really, it's hard. FB: I'm sure it is. BW: It's hard to do physically because you just have to sit there, you don't stop for an hour. FB: But you were building up that kind of stamina when you were 16 with Ruby Newman. BW: Yes I was. John Williams called me iron hands. FB: You're like the Bernie Glow of the keyboard. BW: Yeah because of one series, one taping that we did at WGBH for a music, one of the pop series, TV series. FB: Massive production always in good taste, that's Bob Winter. BW: We try, we do try. FB: You're still going on with it. Unfortunately we do have to round this up now and I would look forward to do another, another session at a later date. BW: I'd love to if I thought that I had, you know, I hope I haven't exhausted my stories. FB: I'm sure we could just do some fine tuning and find a couple other lead sheets to guide us along. BW: Well I thank you very much for inviting me here. FB: Thank you Bob. BW: Thank you production people, Ernie and Joe. That's really, really nice that they, they make you feel so comfortable you know so. FB: Yes this has been a very pleasant session. Gentlemen thank you so much.