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.
Real soldiers, fates unknown, from The Battle of the Somme, filmed 1916