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Charles Bronson

Charles Bronson

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  • Quiet Presence

    • jeff taylor
    • 2008-03-29

    There was always somthing about this man that I liked. He seemed very sure of himself, controlled, brooding, strong ready to spring at any moment and yet gentle. There was always a hint of sadness in his portrayals, as if he really has been down that long hard road of life and knows how much hardship it could bring. If you read a Biography of this man, you would find just what that long hard road was. The French seemed to notice this "character" more than we Americans did at first, they look inside for an actors traits rather than outside as we do here in the U.S.A. I hate to agree with anything French but they were right on the money about Mr. Bronson. I am going to miss this man, who's body seemed to be made out of rock and granite. But look closely, his soul seemed quiet and calm. Walking Zen.

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