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2 days ago2d

Posted by rogerbenham
Yuja Wang Chopin ballade 1
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6 days ago6d

Posted by captfeelgood
Can't help but agree, You Mite Be Wrong. ... 😂
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by captfeelgood
Very cool backstory.
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Ryo1
How cool it that! Another dimension to 'I'm coming out' by Diana Ross.
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4 weeks ago4w

Posted by Unity
Heaven's in you!
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4 weeks ago4w

Posted by captfeelgood
Gives 'Death Metal' music a whole new meaning. 🤪
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1 month ago1m

Posted by captfeelgood
WOW! Really amazing the cool stuff they did, and still do, recording a lot of the music we hear.
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1 month ago1m

Posted by Drank_Spear
Let me tell you why
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1 month ago1m

Posted by 1patriot
Mohsin Hamid! British Pakistani novelist, writer and brand consultant. His novels are Moth Smoke, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia, Exit West, and The Last White Man. one of the scum that thinks he own the earth!
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1 month ago1m

Posted by snytiger6
LINKIf You Want to Understand Trump’s Appeal, Look at John Gotti – Mother Jones
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1 month ago1m

Posted by 1patriot
Far From Any Road · The Handsome Family Singing Bones From the dusty May sun Her looming shadow grows Hidden in the branches of the poison creosote She twines her spines up slowly Towards the boiling sun And when i touched her skin ...
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1 month ago1m

Posted by FrayedBear
Elderly UK pop icon Rod Stewart has apparently met with fan backlash at a concert in Germany for making a public display of his support for Ukraine in its conflict with Russia. Didn't many say the same about his affect on music when he first started ...
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1 month ago1m

Posted by snytiger6
LINK"Average Joe," the movie about the praying football coach, ignores the facts of the case -- Friendly Atheist
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1 month ago1m

Posted by 1patriot
Tyler Childers - Feathered Indians (lyrics)
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1 month ago1m

Posted by captfeelgood
Billy's at it again. 😎
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Jun 4Jun 4

Posted by captfeelgood
The story of Enki and Enlil,,, much more entertaining story than the bible. Well, more innovative I should say.
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Jun 3Jun 3

Posted by DenoPenno
Many of us on this site and other social media sites do not use our real names. We have personal reasons for doing that. Imagine movies and TV for a moment. Herbie Lipshitz does not want to use his real name. I don't blame him. Ann-Margret is ...
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Jun 3Jun 3

Posted by Aaron70
Andy is awesome!!😎
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Jun 3Jun 3

Posted by AlanCliffe
WR: Mysteries of the Organism, from 1971, once again. An interesting film that raises more questions than it answers. One of which is whether Reichian therapy ever helped anybody. Do Wilhelm Reich's ideas have any credibility? Of course that may ...
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Jun 2Jun 2

Posted by AlanCliffe
Heart of Darkness. The 1993 Nicholas Roeg film of it for British television. Pretty good, really, although I'm not sure about John Malkovich as Kurtz. He comes across as sort of a burnout, albeit a smart one, a visionary of a sort, and mad. But not...
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Jun 1Jun 1

Posted by NoMagicCookie
Dune Part Two different way of seeing things. SPOILER ALERT Last night I again screened (home theater) Dune Part Two. This time an x co-worker, (she just got a better job) her hubby, and a couple of her Catholic priests/her friends attended. ...
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May 30May 30

Posted by Spinliesel
67598497 Happy birthday , Benny Goodman
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May 29May 29

Posted by snytiger6
LINKA New Documentary Goes Behind the Scenes of Christian Nationalism – Mother Jones
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May 27May 27

Posted by Spinliesel
Greg Allman died somw yers ago tday, I like his version of Southern Rock.
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May 22May 22

Posted by Drank_Spear
Give a little more, of your energy.
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May 20May 20

Posted by musixclan
In a world filled with chaos and clamor, there exists a refuge where souls find solace, and hearts resonate with the symphonies of life. Welcome to Musix Clan, the sanctuary for melody seekers, lyric enthusiasts, and those who find their essence in ...
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May 18May 18

Posted by NoMagicCookie
Just picked up and watched The ABYSS in 4k. How time changes perspective. SPOILER ALERT for: THE ABYSS and DUNE 2 + The first (and until recently only) time I watched The Abyss was in the 1990’s. Seems like yesterday; rented vhs movie played ...
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May 17May 17

Posted by fishline79
Winner of a gold cabbage at the Cannes film festival of 2026. Packed with pathos, thrills, adventure and excitement. Rotten Tomatoes gave it 1/2 star but what do they know
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May 16May 16

Posted by puff
An old classic updated
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May 16May 16

Posted by FrayedBear
One for Marge: Daði Freyr (Daði & Gagnamagnið) – Think About Things (Official Video)
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May 9May 9

Posted by Organist1
Jeff Daniels, wow! He wrote the perfect guitar folk song. See if you agree. Warning: religious allusions.
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May 8May 8

Posted by tipi
LINKRachmaninoff plays Piano Concerto 2 - YouTube
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May 4May 4

Posted by tipi
LINKMusic is Love.
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May 3May 3

Posted by Meliora
Sonnerie portable gratuite: Un choix pour l'âme Introduction : L'importance de la sonnerie portable gratuite Dans le monde moderne, où nos smartphones sont devenus une extension de nous-mêmes, le choix d'une sonnerie ...
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May 3May 3

Posted by TheoryNumber3
HOW CAN I MISS YOU WHEN YOU WON'T GO AWAY
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May 3May 3

Posted by Spinliesel
Happy birthday, James Brown
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May 3May 3

Posted by captfeelgood
The music brings people together... Get use to it. 😎
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May 2May 2

Posted by captfeelgood
Billy never disappoints.
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May 2May 2

Posted by captfeelgood
Don't care who you are,,,, that's some mitey fine picken ritche thar.
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Apr 29Apr 29

Posted by Spinliesel
Happy birthday, Willie Nelson! Please add your own favorite song.!
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Apr 26Apr 26

Posted by Spinliesel
Duene Eddy is 86 yers old today. Rebel Rouser was the first song I learned to play on my lute.
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Apr 24Apr 24

Posted by Drank_Spear
"Pure Morning" by Placebo is a song that's open to interpretation, as many songs are. However, it's often considered to be about addiction and dependency. The lyrics seem to describe the struggle of someone who is caught in a cycle of dependence, ...
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Apr 22Apr 22

Posted by captfeelgood
Love these guys. They do all kinds of cool Rock songs from the old days.
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Apr 21Apr 21

Posted by 1patriot
Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo - Rick Derringer & The Edgar Winter Group | The Midnight Special
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Apr 18Apr 18

Posted by Ryo1
Asian pop compilation! Watch here:
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Apr 18Apr 18

Posted by Spinliesel
Dicket Betts has died. I am grieving . He was my favorite Southern Rock guitar player Here is Blue Sky.
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Apr 18Apr 18

Posted by snytiger6
LINK10 Books Politicians Don’t Want You to Read | ACLU
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Apr 16Apr 16

Posted by SpikeTalon
Two for Tuesday. Two from Billy Joel... The Ballad Of Billy The Kid and Tell Her About It-
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Apr 9Apr 9

Posted by Mooolah
LINKGene Pitney - 24 Hours From Tulsa - YouTube
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Apr 9Apr 9

Posted by Mooolah
LINKYahoo Video Searchhttps://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=yfp-t-m&ei=U TF-8&p=song+1000+eyesid=8=089fb4de3916e02d08962d02e813aee7&a ction=view
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Apr 6Apr 6

Posted by Ryo1
Love this. 😆 'A Bridge Too Far' surrender scene.
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Apr 5Apr 5

Posted by Spinliesel
Today is the Blonde member of Abba's birthday, Agnetha Åse Fältskog.
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Apr 4Apr 4

Posted by Spinliesel
Just found this version of Folsom Prison Blues. Very good version
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Apr 4Apr 4

Posted by snytiger6
LINKInterview with Sarah McCammon, author of "The Exvangelicals" - YouTube
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Mar 31Mar 31

Posted by Spinliesel
Happy birtrhday, Eric Clqapton, I love this song, especially his little smile halfway through the song
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Mar 29Mar 29

Posted by SpikeTalon
Baseball season is upon us yet again. Time to get into the mood... Take Me Out To The Ball Game, as sung by Edward Meeker in 1908-
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Mar 28Mar 28

Posted by Drank_Spear
Addicted to a dickhead?
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Mar 25Mar 25

Posted by Spinliesel
Happy birthday, Aretha
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Mar 22Mar 22

Posted by kensmile4u
Here is a good link to discover free on line music resources.
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Mar 20Mar 20

Posted by PaddyO
Dedicated to my Angel.
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Mar 20Mar 20

Posted by snytiger6
LINKWhy should you read “Lord of the Flies” by William Golding? - Jill Dash - YouTube
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Mar 20Mar 20

Posted by Spinliesel
Happy birthday. Carl Palmer from Emerson , Lake and Palmer
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Mar 19Mar 19

Posted by Drank_Spear
Good vibes
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Mar 19Mar 19

Posted by SpikeTalon
Two for Tuesday, and this week everything is going to hell... Two from AC/DC Highway To Hell and Hell's Bells-
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Mar 15Mar 15

Posted by captfeelgood
A list of 80 bands (I've not heard of anyway) to boycott. 😁
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Mar 13Mar 13

Posted by Switchcraft
The Star Trek movies had some outstanding soundtracks. Magnificent music. But Gerry Goldsmith's main theme for the first movie, which was also used for The Next Generation tv series, is a marvel. Crank it loud in your car sometime
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Mar 8Mar 8

Posted by Drank_Spear
Anita Carter - Ring Of Fire - (ORIGINAL) - (1962)
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Mar 8Mar 8

Posted by Ryo1
Composed by my girl, inspired by her recent visit to Japan.
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Mar 5Mar 5

Posted by puff
Just to make everyone's day :D and hopefully, trigger some
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Mar 3Mar 3

Posted by adamrsweet
In a meadow where the wildflowers sway, A violin sings, its voice carries away. Notes float on the breeze, pure and free, A soul's quiet defiance of technology's decree. Beneath a canopy of ancient trees, Hands dance on strings with graceful ease. ...
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Mar 2Mar 2

Posted by Ryo1
This piece is so beautiful and so cleverly done. Have you ever seen the score? Just wow... Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence / Ryuichi Sakamoto - From Ryuichi Sakamoto: Playing the Piano 2022
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Mar 2Mar 2

Posted by Spinliesel
Happy birthday, John Bon Jovi,
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Mar 2Mar 2

Posted by kimsjake11
LINKTéléchargeur de bobines Instagram
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Mar 1Mar 1

Posted by captfeelgood
Now there are some songs NOT to sing in certain company. 😃
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Feb 28Feb 28

Posted by 1patriot
When Bob Marley Came To Britain Icluding Bob Marley's visit to Southampton featuring Don John, Mykaell Riley, and Melton Geddes, Brinsley Forde & Don Letts
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Feb 28Feb 28

Posted by puff
Angelina Jordan, an extremely talented non-popular, as in "pop" artist (not yet anyway), is having her Vegas debut tonight, 29th of February (already in Aust). I wish her the very best, we need more like her in the world. Bring on the roaring ...
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Feb 27Feb 27

Posted by puff
Art against genocide
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Feb 27Feb 27

Posted by Switchcraft
One Love: The Bob Marley Story - just my take. I knew the basic story. Bob leaves Jamaica to escape political violence and protect his family. In London, they record the album Exodus with the aim of making a defining statement, and does so ...
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Feb 27Feb 27

Posted by SpikeTalon
Two for Tuesday. Two from Hall and Oates... She's Gone and Sara Smile
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Feb 25Feb 25

Posted by adamrsweet
In the heart of Granby's serene expanse, Where melodies weave and dance, Sweet Music guides with a gentle hand, Mandolin and violin, the journey grand. Strings whisper tales of old and new, Under Sweet's tutelage, skills accrue. Each note a step, in...
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Feb 24Feb 24

Posted by Drank_Spear
Robyn does PMJ as well as her own thing.
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Feb 21Feb 21

Posted by adamrsweet
Dive into the melodies of Middle-earth 🌿🎶 Explore how the iconic songs of TheHobbit and LordOfTheRings were crafted to bring Tolkien's world to life. A must-read for fans and music lovers alike! 📖🧝‍♂️ Tolkien MusicMagic Read ...
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Feb 19Feb 19

Posted by AlanCliffe
Oppenheimer. Quite good. The scale of it, the nuances, the setting, the replication by the filmmakers of the work of building a town in the middle of the desert—the same desert—it must have been uncanny. The cast and crew must have had a ...
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Feb 19Feb 19

Posted by adamrsweet
🎶 On this day, 280 years ago, Ridolfo Luigi Boccherini graced the world with his presence. A virtuoso of the cello, his compositions still echo through time, whispering tales of 18th-century Italy. Boccherini's music, a harmonious blend of ...
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Feb 18Feb 18

Posted by Drank_Spear
Great tune but you won't hear it on the radio, at least not here in the states.
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Feb 18Feb 18

Posted by adamrsweet
Diving into the Culture series by Iain M. Banks (1954-2013) is a journey through a galaxy of ideas. These novels, spanning from 1987 to 2012, explore utopian visions, AI ethics, and the complexities of interventionism vs. non-interference, setting ...
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Feb 18Feb 18

Posted by adamrsweet
Dvořák's Quartet No. 12 echoes the American spirit 🎻🌿. From Iowa's bird songs to the pentatonic scale, it's a melody woven with nature's tapestry. Dvořák MusicMeetsNature
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Feb 13Feb 13

Posted by AlanCliffe
Taxi Driver, once again. It holds up, but not perfectly. I don't see it as uncritically as I did in the seventies. If DeNiro's Travis Bickle is so repulsed by the night-time street life of seventies New York City, and so drawn to the purity he ...
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Feb 9Feb 9

Posted by racocn8
I am very fond of these videos and enjoy the phenomenal talent of John Williams.
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Feb 7Feb 7

Posted by captfeelgood
"I had her right where I wanted" 😎👍
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Feb 5Feb 5

Posted by AlanCliffe
A very short story: My piece, titled "An Aesthetics of the Gun", was accepted but some idiot “editor” changed my title to “Anaesthetics of the Gun." But that's water over the damn, so to speak.
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Feb 5Feb 5

Posted by AlanCliffe
Reading Lesley Chamberlain’s Nietzsche in Turin. The break with Wagner hurt but it had to be. Because Wagner’s work was fundamentally dishonest. Maybe pusillanimous is the word. FWN thought, of course, that man needed to face up, and gladly, to...
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Feb 5Feb 5

Posted by AlanCliffe
Thoughts inspired by the music at a certain chain bookstore: Opera’s a joke, usually a bad one. It can be tolerable when it KNOWS it’s a joke. I think that’s what they call operetta. I keep thinking of an Austrian guy in the mountains imitating...
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Feb 5Feb 5

Posted by AlanCliffe
I've always thought the whole Seventies singer-songwriter thing was largely a matter of pampered young women singing about their fathers. I don't know why I never thought of this before, but it strikes me now that Hall and Oates's "Rich Girl" was ...
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Feb 5Feb 5

Posted by AlanCliffe
The Wild One on DVD. Pretty bad. Don't know if Stanley Kramer was the original Clueless White Liberal, but he's a textbook specimen. The film could have done with a lot more of Lee Marvin, and you can see, right down to Marvin's cigar, where the ...
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Feb 5Feb 5

Posted by AlanCliffe
L'Innocente, from '76, on DVD. Giancarlo Giannini as a jaded aristocrat and rake who kills his wife's baby son because he was sired by another man, then loses everything--his mistress (Jennifer O'Neill), his wife (Laura Antonelli), and his life. A ...
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Feb 5Feb 5

Posted by AlanCliffe
Laurence Olivier was considered for the role of Vito Corleone before Brando was cast. Hard to imagine, and of course it would have been a very different film, but I think he could have pulled it off. Someone--and it would have to be a first-rate ...
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