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Movie-Related Art, Mitchum, Hepburn, Sutherland, etc

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Hello everyone, at the risk of being an unwelcome spammer, I'd like to draw your attention to my website where there are some cinema and pop-culture related art of mine you may enjoy.

 

www.danavenell.com

 

Also I'm always looking for suggestions for cult actors or movies to depict. I'm planning a John Cazale piece, but from which film? Suggestions please.

 

Cheers

 

Dan

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John Cazale was so underrated..... The Godfather Trilogy: 1901-1980 (1992) (V) .... Frederico 'Fredo/Freddie' Corleone

The Deer Hunter (1978) .... Stanley 'Stosh'

"The Godfather Saga" (1977) (mini) TV Series .... Federico 'Fredo/Freddie' Corleone

... aka The Godfather 1902-1959: The Complete Epic (USA: video title)

Dog Day Afternoon (1975) .... Sal

The Godfather: Part II (1974) .... Fredo Corleone

... aka Mario Puzo's The Godfather: Part II (USA: complete title)

The Conversation (1974) .... Stan

The Godfather (1972) .... Fredo Corleone

... aka Mario Puzo's The Godfather (USA: complete title)

The American Way (1962) .... Beatnik

 

I'd say any of his roles are worth mentioning. He only made 8 films.

Also a great cult actor was Timothy Carey

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I'm thinking Dog Day Afternoon, but I was watching The Deerhunter the other night and there's one shot where he's wearing this hat...

 

Speaking of Deerhunter, how long has Christopher Walken been playing russian roulette before DeNiro finds him?

 

And same question about Christopher Walken - what are his key roles do you think?

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There's something about Fredo Corleone sitting in the boat in the middle of that Nevada lake that strikes me as very poetic... but that's just me. :)

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Yes, my server's mysteriously gone down or ghosts have eaten it or something. I'm dreadfully sorry and am looking into it now.

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