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Are we changing the rules now? Rip Torn had been used twice, I had gone to Alan Alda from The Seduction of Joe Tynan - How did Joan Hackett get into it?

 

The chain went Ann Margret to Rip Torn, to Alan Alda, to Rip Torn AGAIN, to Joan Hackett, to Paul Simon in Annie Hall. Is Paul Simon an actor? IMDB lists him as a writer.

 

So I'm asking, should we revert to Joan Hackett again, or stick with Paul Simon?

 

Somebody else take it from here.

 

Anne

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> Are we changing the rules now? Rip Torn had been

> used twice, I had gone to Alan Alda from The

> Seduction of Joe Tynan - How did Joan Hackett get

> into it?

>

> The chain went Ann Margret to Rip Torn, to Alan Alda,

> to Rip Torn AGAIN, to Joan Hackett, to Paul Simon in

> Annie Hall. Is Paul Simon an actor? IMDB lists him

> as a writer.

>

> So I'm asking, should we revert to Joan Hackett

> again, or stick with Paul Simon?

>

> Somebody else take it from here.

>

> Anne

 

Paul Simon appeared in both One Trick Pony and Annie Hall. Rip Torn appeared in The Seduction of Joe Tynan, Defending your Life and One Trick Pony . The rules have not changed as the chain is intact.

 

Bartlett

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> W / Tony Roberts / The Beach Girls and the Monsters

 

w/ Jon Hall - The Hurricane

 

(How low have the mighty fallen. I remember Ramar of the Jungle, although pretty awful, you would think he wouldn't have to do parts like 'Beach Girls' to survive. I met him in person at the Chicago Sportsmans Show in 1963 and he was in good shape and looked great, its a shame he had such a crappy agent.

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