On Mon, 21 Aug 2017 02:30:15 -0000 (UTC), Anglo Saxon <***@invalid.com> wrote:
| Larc wrote:
| > On Sun, 20 Aug 2017 20:58:38 -0000 (UTC), Anglo Saxon
| <***@invalid.com> wrote:
| > | Michael OConnor wrote:
| > | > > I thought from his few dramatic film roles he starred in that he was
| > | fine actor and should have done more dramatic work.
| > | >
| > |
| > | I passionately agree. When I saw him in the original theater release of
| > | 'King of Comedy' I could not believe my eyes and ears. To this day
| > | I see or think of him, it's with a real regret that he didn't devote his
| > | talent to serious film acting. Superb.
| > Groucho Marx once said that after years after doing comedy, dramatic
| acting is like a
| > 2-week vacation in the country.
| > Larc
| Groucho? I'm not being snarky, but did he ever have a dramatic in film?
I don't think he ever did much, but he was in a TV drama back in the early 60s. It
was a General Electric Theater presentation called The Hold-Out.