Steven: Jon speak a bit about your father directing Will Penny and being on the set of a western and what it means…
Jon: You know the thing is that my father was a film maker. He passed away when I was 19 years old but one of the films he directed, which didn’t get high notoriety but was considered to be a classic was a film called Will Penny with Charlton Heston and Joan Hacket and Ben Johnson. And I was in the film, That’s a long story. How did I ended up I the film, cause my father didn’t want me in the film. But I was around it and my father spent an inordinate amount of time, whenever he had free time to read, which was considerable, he read mostly western books. he was into the history of the west and it rubbed off on me, it’s something I’ve always wanted to do, it’s something that I’ve always wanted to be a part of. The idea of this is possibly happening is pretty exciting because I feel that I’ve been preparing for it essentially my whole life.