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Drawing: Ed Harris as Dodge in Buried Child

This is the second drawing Ed Harris signed for me at the Trafalgar Studios where he appears as Dodge, the whiskey-soaked  patriarch of a dysfunctional family in Sam Shepard’s  American gothic play BURIED CHILD.  34 more words

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The Truman Show - Review

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Peter Weir’s high-concept The Truman Show shows another side of Jim Carrey to his viewers, a face who was more easily recognizable through comedic roles going from Ace Ventura to Dumb and Dumber. 873 more words

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The Buried Child, Trafalgar Studios

After our excellent lunch at Lyle’s Tom and I ubered into town to the trafalgar studios to watch The Buried Child. I was particularly exited as the last thing I went to see I left at the interval and this featured the excellent Ed Harris in the role of Dodge. 154 more words

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The Right Stuff (1983)

Dir. Philip Kaufman. Starring Ed Harris, Sam Shepard, Scott Glenn

The Right Stuff, when it’s functioning at its highest levels, is a story about the death of the Western, and no one could have been better equipped to play the leading role than Sam Shepard. 1,573 more words

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Paint It Black- Westworld's return

2017.3: Westworld – Series One

The Theme Park attraction Westworld is thirty years old. It struggles to keep its rich visitors (you have to be wealthy to afford the experiences the park provides) entertained and returning for more each year, by developing varied narratives for the visitors to experience. 959 more words

Television

Appaloosa

Released 2008 Rating (UK) 15 Source of story A novel by Robert B Parker Writer/s Script Robert Knott, Ed Harris Writer/s Story Director 212 more words
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James Foley's GLENGARY GLEN ROSS

The deconstruction of the alpha male has never been so fierce as it is in GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS. The entire film is one pitfall after pitfall of brazen machoism being shed, and the true colors of all the characters are blatantly glowing by the end of the film. 266 more words

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