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A Man for All Seasons & Paul Scofield
- Don Ingersoll
Simply put, the finest movie ever made. Robert Bolt's use of the English language can never be surpassed. Paul Scofield's performance likewise. Scofield gave the finest performance ever put on film. Watch the scene with Robert Shaw in the garden. Shaw chews up the scenery in an amazing way but you can't take your eyes off Scofield --- and all he does is sit on a bench through the scene. The last line in the movie is the best. "I die the king's good servant --- but God's first."
Passing of Scofield
I was sorry to hear of this great actor's death March 19, 2008.
The world's greatest living actor.
- Sharon Kennedy
I agree, Scofield is England's greatest living actor, he maybe the world's greatest. He can also sing and dance. He was the lead in a musical called "Expresso Bongo." Unfortunately they used Laurence Harvey for the film version.
"England's Greatest Living Actor"
- William Neville
Simon Callow, a fine actor himself, recently referred to Paul Scofield as 'England's greatest living actor.' It is an eminently sound judgement.