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Laurence Harvey

Laurence Harvey

  • Walk On The Wild Side (1962, August 01 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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  • Harvey

    • mare
    • 2013-03-07

    I really liked Laurence Harvey's acting very, very much. I think he was much misunderstood and I think some people's dislikes prejudiced their opinions of his work. Would that there were such an actor in Hollywood today. No such luck, I fear. Not much to look at there but sex appeal (to some, I guess).

  • JUST FOUND LAURENCE HARVEY!

    • Eva Hatfield
    • 2012-02-24

    I can't believe after all the years that i have loved classic movies,i have just found my favorite actor of them all Mr. Laurence Harvey. I was watching him in "Walk on the Wild Side" His voice caught my attention, there is not another actor back then with that special gift the man even made records. Lets not forget he was a beautiful man and ,had so much talent. Since finding my new favorite actor i have watched almost all of his films and it does not matter if he is the lead or not he draws you into his character and then he plays the hell out of it!!!

  • ROMANTIC INTENSITY

    • Pat Ryan
    • 2009-02-11

    Laurence Harvey to me is an enigma and as such he captures my imagination. When he appears on screen, I have an intense desire to study him as thoroughly as I can, always seeking to get beyond his seeming cold exterior. But to where I'm never quite sure. Maybe it's just that his looks continue to appeal to me for several decades now. He is also a competent actor, especially for the types of roles I've seen him in. If in fact he was gay, well I wish I could have been considered by him. Never having met him I can only assume he would be my romantic ideal. Love his intensity. Might possibly have known him in a past life. Love it when the movies enrich my imagination so.

  • Sexy,serious Mr. Harvey

    • Lisa
    • 2007-06-28

    Laurence Harvey was a splendid actor who died much too young. I adored his performance with Liz Taylor in Butterfield 8 as the man who wanted what he could not have. He played the same type character in Walk on the Wild Side, chasing Capucine,another prostitute character. In both films his loves meet a tragic end. Perhaps film producers could have given him better roles, as in The Manchurian Candidate. Unfortunately, he didn't live long enough to fulfill this ambition. Did he smoke too much? Was it the women in his personal life (married three times)? We will never know.

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