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James Coburn took 200 micrograms
on December 10,1959 - his first trip. In his paperwork, he gave his reason
for volunteering: "to gauge present consciousness (where I am to where
I can possibly go)." Now 69 and still acting, Coburn looks back fondly
on his session with Oscar
Janiger. "It was phenomenal," he says. "I loved it. LSD really
woke me up to seeing the world with a depth of objectivity. Even
though it was a subjective
experience, it opened your mind to seeing things in new ways, in a new
depth." Coburn also credits his LSD session with helping him occupationally.
"One of the great things about LSD is that it does stimulate your imagination.
And it frees you from fears of certain kinds."
- math rock track _James Coburn_
by Cul De Sac off of _China Gate_ on Thirsty Ear (1996)
- So long to James Coburn,
the actor whose tough-guy reputation didn't preclude him from teaching meditiation
techniques to Animal of the Muppets. The star of the 1960's _Flint_ movies
and 1963's _The Great Escape_ was 74 years old when he died of a heart attack
November 18, 2002.
- played Major French in an episode
of The Twilight
Zone - _Old Man In The Cave_
- James Coburn was a student of Bruce
Lee. Bruce used his home movie camera to record training sessions
and learned how to choreograph his martial
arts for future films.