Publisher Barney Rosset lent his house for part of the filming, and remembered that things quickly descended into chaos.
My mother in law went outside, then came back into the house screaming, "There's a midget in the swimming pool…!"
Someone had thrown Herve Villechaize into the pool, and he was drowning.
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