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- May 23, 1977
- Vol. 7
- No. 20
Rewriting Mother Goose, or Get Your Own Curds and Whey, You Hairy Creep
Tiffany and the rest of the cast had to sign agreements that they would work with the spiders, which were supplied by Jim Brockett. His Pasadena firm is the country's largest supplier to zoos and institutions of things that crawl and slither. Producer Igo Kantor paid Brockett $10 apiece to ship tarantulas to the movie location in Camp Verde, Ariz. "Townspeople were terrified," Brockett concedes. "They thought the spiders were going to devastate the place. Tarantulas are really quite friendly. They're poisonous, but their bite is less dangerous than a bee sting." The only real annoyance, Brockett reports, is a mild inflammation caused by fishhook-shaped hairs on the tarantula's abdomen. "When you start itching," Brockett concludes, "you know you've been visited by a tarantula."
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