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Interview with Bill Murray


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From the Baltimore Sun:

 

No one's sleep at the wheel at Elvis Mitchell: Under the Influence. When Murray tells of seeing a silent movie called *A Romance of Happy Valley* in Paris, and how it hit him "like a thunderbolt," we see clips of the movie, which turns out to be one of D.W. Griffith's. "What would a guy like me do during that time?" Murray asks. "I wouldn't be working in movies, you know. Without a tongue, who am I? ... I walked home in shock. There were people doing this long ago, and they made a great movie without any words, without any sound, and it was perfect."

The 1919 film is here:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0009559/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

 

 

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Thank-You so much! I appreciate you taking the time to find the article... :)

 

 

I'd really like to see this...so I immediately looked here on the site... and TCM has it listed.

 

 

Do you think that means they have it in their catalog? I'm gonna request in hopes they can air it.

 

 

Thanx again!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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