merlinsseer wrote:I watched a clip from "The Millionairess ", my goodness he can roll those R's. I think it's becoming a lost art and not many actors can pull it off , let alone do it . ( I can - I don't know why i can, but I can )
i really regret not being able to see the stage work he has done. Mr. Baker as Long John Silver ? ohhhh ohhhh , my inner pirate went "squeeeeeee " when i heard about that ! Oscar Wilde.... don't even get me started .
I'd love to get a copy of " The Author of Beltraffio ", but I don't think a copy is even in existence. I am a self admitted "period piece ,costume, junkie " and i don't think there is a cure for that,
pattie anne wrote:TOM's Millionairess was just not the kind of story i enjoy, not my 'cuppa' tea.
but one very nice feature of my DVD is i only have to watch the last two tracks (HIS tracks) and can ignore the rest of the movie.
as for HIS cantebury tales role. i made a copy of HIS bits,
ah, how do i say this without all the obvious double-entendres beating me about the head and shoulders
anyWHO, i made an editied version of TOM, and only those scenes with TOM, that i actually watch.
i watched the entire crummy, boring, movie in its entirety only ONCE and now it sits in its box gathering dust.
what a horrid ... stupid ... pointless film ... with less than perfect bodies and most of them with horrid TEETH ...
TOM was absolutely the ONLY thing of any worth in that entire, sordid, 109 minute, production.
and if something did happen to my copies ... of course i would go out and buy another one like a shot!
i know. hopelessly addicted.
John wrote:And of course he appeared in the BBC drama Monarch of the Glen as the eccentric loveable rogue Donald McDonald. Perhaps Tom is getting typecast as a loveable eccentric, but he plays it so well, and he looked very dashing in highland attire complete with kilt!
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