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  • I Must Have This Interview

    • Dean
    • 11/17/12

    When I saw this in the TV listings last night I made sure I was settled down to watch from beginning to end. My favorite movie of all time is Becket (and Goodbye Mr. Chips) is in the top 20. When Mr. O'Toole came out on stage I was a little concerned about his age and ability to hold an audience as he has certainly slowed with age. Or at least that was how it appeared. What a fool I was. He never missed a beat. The audience was rapt from beginning to end. I would pay $100 for a DVD of that interview without blinking. And I'm not rich (retired and still paying on a mortgage).

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    • RedRain
    • 11/17/12

    I've watched this interview with Peter O'Toole twice now and I am still in awe of him! The man is a living icon of what an actor should be. I never miss an airing of one of his films and I could go on ad infinitum about each one. His stories about the films he has acted in are hilarious and I particularly loved the ones re Omar Sharif, as I had the good fortune to actually play bridge with Mr. Sharif in London during the '70s and he never spoke of his films. In this interview, I was particularly taken with O'Toole speaking of "the word" and what it means to him on the set and in choosing a role. He views the actual spoken words as the most important things a young actor can study and he strongly advised them to do so. I do so hope Mr. O'Toole has his mind changed re retiring. Surely, there is a script out there that could induce him to act again! Talent such as his should never go wasting!

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