Isn't that the truth, western guy? And both are SUCh accomplished dramatic actresses.
Miss G, I think you nailed it as far as Larry Hagman is concerned. He could really do it all. The comic timing is something you just can't learn, it's a gift. Plus there is something almost elegant about him, don't you think? He could be suave if he chose to be, but I think it was so out of fashion that he never really had the chance.
It's quite a shock to watch Hagman in The Group, where he literally beats a woman up in a drunken rage. He must have relished those scenes as an actor but it's o hard to watch. You really hate him in this movie.
The Guardsman - Feb. 27th 11:00 PM ET
"in the plays of the period actors waited to speak until somebody else had finished, the Lunts turned all that upside down. They threw away lines, they trod on each others words, they gabbled, they spoke at the same time. They spoke in fact, as people do in ordinary life."
- Arthur Marshall