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|Alexander Haig I'm not Jack Nicholson. I'm not Brando. But I do mumble. Benicio |
Del Toro Material objects are indispensable to picaresque narratives, which
deploy variations on the theme of acquisition and its antonyms. The picaros, after
|I know you are, but what am I? [As Pee-Wee Herman] - Reubens, Paul |
I is another. ... Stein, Gertrude I'm not Jack Nicholson. I'm not Brando. But I do
mumble. - Toro, Benicio Del Trying to define yourself is like trying to bite your own
|I weave, fate unweaves; or lawyers do, or Brando himself, who despises and |
forbids all interviews, though not sometimes until after he ... "But Marlon," I say, "
most people have trouble not in disguising their feelings but in expressing them.
... Today we have another generation of these low-key naturalistic actors: Dustin
Hoffman, Jack Nicholson, Al Pacino. .... I have my peaked cap on, and my
pushcart, and I'm out hawking my tomatoes . . . aauugghh . . . it's navel-picking,
and it's odious.
|Reviewers were enchanted, but Del Toro makes no grand claims: "I'm not Jack |
Nicholson. I'm not Brando. But I do mumble." Del Toro grew up in Puerto Rico
and later in Pennsylvania, on a farm. He was a business major at the University
|Handsome silver-screen stars Richard Burton, Marlon Brando, and Errol Flynn all |
had flings with women working as prostitutes. ... was raised in a strict
Presbyterian household, had no desire to have sex with prostituted women, but
his manager left him with no choice. ... In October 1996, Oscar-winner Jack
Nicholson allegedly hired Christine Sheehan and another woman for a
threesome, ... To which the actor replied with a mumble, “I'm not one to go around
blowing my own trumpet.
|But with rebels, the wound is internal; indeed, it is the psychological substance of |
the star's persona. He is his wounds. His eyes (hurt, confused, angry), his
tremulous voice on the verge of tears or fury (his mumble the same pledge of ...
Luke, for example), and in contemporary "rebel" movies (the lobotomizing of Jack
Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo 's Nest). ... much like "Nobody tells me
what to do" and "Me, I'm with me" (Brando lines), they originate from different
|It is in the Studio that you die, and if you learn to survive that, nothing can kill you. |
... Embedded in each personality pattern are shameful or negative qualities the
person is brought up not to show. ... I've been terrified to work for Lee, but
afterward I felt like a great artist — highly exalted. ... Now listen, I'm not kidding. ...
KARL MALDEN 1951 WALTER MATTHAU 1966 PATRICIA NEAL 1963 JACK
NICHOLSON 1975 ESTELLE PARSONS 1967 SIDNEY POIT1ER 1963 JEROME
|Called "a merchant of insecurities," Strasberg uncovers them all, but, avers one |
veteran, "afterward, premieres and critics hold no terror. Once you've worked for
Lee, nothing else can make you fearful. It is in the Studio that you die, and if you ...
|Sassy, shocking, funny and totally revealing this is Cybill Shepherd's unexpurgated life-story, told with the wit and honesty you'd expect from the star that's seen it all and knows it all.|