Steve Jobs 'Lost Interview' coming to theaters

Nov 05, 2011

(AP) -- Fans of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will get a chance to see previously unreleased interview footage of him when "Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview" hits theaters later this month.

The 70-minute interview was recorded in the `90s before Jobs returned to Apple Inc. He and co-founder started Apple in 1976 and left in 1985. Jobs returned in 1997 and is credited with rescuing from financial dire straits.

Ten minutes of the interview appeared in the 1995 PBS miniseries "Triumph of the Nerds." The master tapes disappeared but an unedited interview copy was recently found.

The interview will be shown at Landmark theaters in 19 cities around the country beginning Nov. 16.

Jobs died Oct. 5 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 56.

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Nerdyguy
5 / 5 (2) Nov 05, 2011
At the risk of offending the Apple groupies, this is a bit silly.

The guy was obviously brilliant -- in some ways -- and made some very good decisions. But, do we really need to see corporate CEO interviews in the theaters?
Vendicar_Decarian
5 / 5 (3) Nov 05, 2011
Oh Wow. Oh Wow. Oh Wow.

Apple Fanboys have found their savior.

Images of the Jobe will soon begin appearing on pieces of burned toast and in the form of potato chips any time now.

These people are truly sick in the head.
knikiy
5 / 5 (2) Nov 05, 2011
I think maybe his death was part of their marketing plan all along.
Vendicar_Decarian
4.7 / 5 (3) Nov 05, 2011
Woman 34 first to see image of Steve Jobs in her corflakes. Claims the spirit of the anointed one will return in the flesh as the iKing of Kings 2.0 April 11, 2012.

http://www.physor...ers.html

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