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A True Hero
- Rose of Pollux
Robert Vaughn brought to life many heroes on the screen--Napoleon Solo is just one of many characters to leave a lasting impression. From Lee, the frightened gunfighter in The Magnificent Seven, to Albert Stroller, who I like to describe as the most adorable con artist in human, he brought to life a wide variety of heroes (and villains, as well). But there's more to him than just his ability as an actor. Robert was a true Renaissance Man--a man of the stage, the screen, the spoken word, and the printed word. He was an activist, speaking out against the Vietnam War. He was also a great storyteller, as evidenced in his autobiography. And he was just all-around wonderful. I consider him a hero in real life for his great courage (not just for speaking out, but also in performing scenes in the water, which he hated to do as he couldn't swim), and an inspiration as well. His passing affected me very deeply, but he has left behind an incredible legacy, and he has touched many people through his work and his words. He will never be forgotten.
Robert Vaughn is Fantastic!
- Tammy Hayes
Robert Vaughn is by far the best! I love his movies (yes even "Teenage Caveman") I personally think it was a gross mistake on behalf of Hollywood that he did not WIN the Oscar for his role in "The Young Philadelphians." It was a performance that was a total heartwrencher. I would love to see TCM have a Robert Vaughn day of films. He is and always will be the best to me.God bless you, Robert Vaughn for everything you have given us to enjoy!
Can't get enough
- Barbara Morgan
I love everything Mr. Vaughn does. The best over-all, hands down, The Man From UNCLE. I watch an episode everynight. I especially would like to obtain the MFU movies and the "return". movie. I have quite the library. I have already reserved my copy of the autobiography. I was a teen-ager when I watched The Lieutenant and UNCLE. My best friend and I would camp in front of the TV, and watch, we never missed a first-run, or re-run of the episodes. We were both devastated when the series was cancelled. The character he played was thoughtful and honest. I loved the show.BM