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  1. Troy Donahue was the gorgeous young man who did not think that he had a chance with Connie Stevens. Don't forget, Grant Williams impregnated her - and she loved him madly. And Bert Convy was being pushed on her - by her parents and his. But what was your take on Conn White (Grant Williams' character)? Was he just too busy planning his climb on Mt. McKinley? Or was he just not that serious about his involvement with Susan Slade?
  2. "Susan Slade" is soap-opera at its' best. Delmar Daves became an expert practitioner of the genre, beginning with "Parrish".
  3. The movie version brings out the seething underbelly of Carson McCullers' novella. The movie is so much "gayer" than the novella.
  4. He made arguably the greatest musical of all time, "Funny Face".
  5. He said that he was deeply ashamed of his first film, "Tammy and the Doctor". But he shouldn't have been. It got him from summer stock in Fishkill, New York to the big screen. And, then, he went on to "The Victors" and "Lilith".
  6. And, later in the day, the ineffable "Susan Slade".
  7. It would be nice if a tribute to Peter Fonda was launched as soon as possible. His work is definitely due for re-evaluation.
  8. It's a totally beguiling film. The first film in the Antoine Doniel trilogy.
  9. How did they get Alain Delon to do this?
  10. "Law of Desire" must be seen. It is totally unique.
  11. He had a memorable nude scene in "The Trip". It might be time for a re-evaluation of his work. "The Young Lovers" aired recently on TCM.
  12. And we must not forget the Jane and Peter Fonda segment from "Spirits of the Dead" (1968) that was titled, "Metzengerstein" -
  13. He was quite memorable in a 1964 episode of "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" that was titled "The Return of Verge Likens".
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