Jeff Bridges Appears in Documentary About Stalker
Bridges explains, "I was making 'American Heart' and I get dressed to go to work, and I hear a trumpet playing and I look out my hotel window and there was a guy out there; (he was) kind of heavy-set and bald in a very tight-fitting coat with a trumpet. I go down to get my ride and the guy comes up to me and he says, 'Lloyd Bridges' son, son of 'Sea Hunt' (US TV show)?' And I said, 'Yeah, you got me, that's me.'"
The guy, Peterson, then asked Bridges to ask his father to help him complete his collection of 'Sea Hunt' music. "I said, 'I'm sorry but that was 40 years ago ... I'll do my best to get it.' He gave me a hug and said, 'See ya buddy.' That happened for the next 30 days as if it never happened before."
Bridges became so fascinated with the persistent fan that he agreed to be interviewed for a documentary on Peterson. He adds, "I was doing Seabiscuit in Pasadena and I get a call and this guy says, 'We're documentary filmmakers and we've been following Richard Peterson for 12 years... Would you mind us interviewing you?' They did the interview and told me he was down in the lobby and asked me if I mind if he comes up. I said, 'No, bring him up.' He came up and we jammed on the piano and he played all kinds of 'Sea Hunt' music for me." This documentary is amazing. He's a street musician but totally self-sufficient and an amazing guy ... Now, I'm kind of championing this guy."
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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