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I was watching a Sean Connery movie last night called The Anderson Tapes. It came out in '71. As the opening credits were rolling I see "Introducing Christopher Walken" I can't believe how young he looks. :eek:
 

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I got tired and haven't watched the whole thing yet so I'll check that out.
 

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'Some things in it are taIking monkey work'

 

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That movie needed more cowbell.
 

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bmxhacksaw said:
I was watching a Sean Connery movie last night called The Anderson Tapes. It came out in '71. As the opening credits were rolling I see "Introducing Christopher Walken" I can't believe how young he looks. :eek:
Did you know Christopher Walken was on the boat with Natalie Wood the night she died? It was rumored they were having an affair. He refuses to talk about it to this day.
 

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That was way before he started looking like he was dead.
My nickname for him:
Christopher "Dead Man" Walken

Still, I like him in most of the rolls he's acted in.
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Well, for some unknown reason, about every night the past week the movie "Wildcats" has been on. You know the one, where Goldie Hawn becomes the improbable female football coach of a somewhat urban team of miscreants. That movie was the first acting spots for Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes... and hey... DrRoebuck... it was a very early, if not the earliest appearance onscreen of one LL Cool J.

They look young,
 

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funknuggets said:
Well, for some unknown reason, about every night the past week the movie "Wildcats" has been on. You know the one, where Goldie Hawn becomes the improbable female football coach of a somewhat urban team of miscreants. That movie was the first acting spots for Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes... and hey... DrRoebuck... it was a very early, if not the earliest appearance onscreen of one LL Cool J.

They look young,
I loved Wildcats! Especially the cheers they did. Great stuff.
 

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Hell, we ALL looked young in 1971! Those of us who were alive back then, that is.

Damn kids...get off my lawn!
 

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