When Love Calls - Pauline Henry - Do Over (CD, Album)
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I also learnt a lot about myself. I was a teenager when the battle of Iwo Jima took place. I remember hearing about the bond drive and the need to maintain the war effort. Back then, people had just come through 10 years of a Depression, and they were used to working for everything.
I still have an image of someone coming to our house when I was about six years old, offering to cut and stack the wood in our back yard if my mother would make him a sandwich. The Americans who went to Iwo Jima knew it would be a tough fight, but they always believed they'd win. The Japanese were told they wouldn't come home - they were being sent to die for the Emperor.
People have made a lot out of that very different cultural approach. But as I got into the storytelling for the two movies [ Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima ], I realised that the year-olds from both sides had the same fears. They all wrote poignant letters home saying: "I don't want to die. I guess if you see both of the movies [ Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima ] together, they sum up as an antiwar film. Whether it's about territory or religion, war is horrifyingly and depressingly archaic.
But I didn't set out to make a war movie. BradleyIra H. HayesRene A. Gagnon ] - the headliners on that war-bond circus. The young men were taken off the front lines, wined and dined, introduced to movie stars. But it felt wrong to them. As for me, I like being behind the camera instead of in front of it. I can wear what I want. Will I act again? I never say never. I like doing things where I can stretch and go in different directions. I'm not looking to take it easy.
Like the Marines on Iwo Jima, I understand that if you really want something, you have to be ready to fight. You know, try somebody a little less mean. The army's got to do something. When you fire 'em, you leave them all unemployed. Worst thing in the world. Just get somebody else who they respect and bring him on your side. That's one way of doing it. Bush ] You've got to admire somebody who stands up for what they believe regardless of how the polls go.
A lot of presidents do everything by the polls. They do a focus group then all of a sudden they say, "OK, that's what I'm going to be for because that's where focus group is leading me. Only because democracy isn't something that you get overnight. I don't think America got democracy overnight. It's something we had to fight for and believe in. He wrote me back critical of it. I never answered him. I think we worked well together.
I like his compositions. He has a very good eye. I liked him, I liked his sense of humor, but I feel it was mutual. He liked dealing with the kind of character I was putting together. Everybody was kind of into it, what's macho and what isn't macho. I really don't know what macho is.
I never have understood. Does it mean somebody who swaggers around exuding testosterone? And kicks the gate open and runs sprints up and down the street? Or does handsprings or whatever?
Or is macho a quiet thing based on your security. I remember When Love Calls - Pauline Henry - Do Over (CD hands with Rocky Marciano. He was gentle, he didn't squeeze your hand. And he had a high voice. But he could knock people around, it was a given. That's macho. Muhammad Ali is the same. If you talked with him in his younger years, he spoke gently. He wasn't kicking over chairs. I think some of the most macho people are the gentlest.
I was tired of playing the nice, clean-cut cowboy in RawhideI wanted something earthier. Something different from the old-fashioned Western. You know: Hero rides in, very stalwart, with white hat, man's beating a horse, hero jumps off, punches man, schoolmarm walks down the street, sees this situation going on, slight conflict with schoolmarm, but not too much.
You know schoolmarm and hero will be together in exactly 10 more reels, if you care to sit around and wait, and you know the man beast horse with eventually get comeuppance from hero this guy bushwhacks him in reel nine. But [ A Fistful of Dollars ] was different; it definitely When Love Calls - Pauline Henry - Do Over (CD satiric overtones. The hero was an enigmatic figure, and that worked within the context of this picture.
In some films, he would be ludicrous. You can't have a cartoon in the middle of a Renoir. In those days, they'd make interview tests, not acting tests. They'd sit you in front of the camera and talk--just as we're talking now. I thought I was an absolute clod. It looked pretty good; it was photographed well, but I thought, "If that's acting, I'm in trouble".
But they signed me up as a contract player--which was a little lower than working in the mailroom. I know his agent and I saw him recently, and he said, 'Can't you talk Gene into coming back? You always want to quit while you are ahead. You don't want to be like a fighter who stays too long in the ring until you're not performing at your best.
There are certain things you have to be realistic about. Dirty Harry would not be on a police department at my age so we'll move on from that. Having a good person as a foil certainly helps, because acting is an ensemble art form. They started out with a real dramatic story and then made it fluffy. When they changed it around, I tried to bail out. It wasn't my favorite. I wasn't particularly nervous about singing on film. My dad was a singer and we'd have sing-arounds.
But certainly [ Frank Sinatra ] wasn't worried. This is kinda crazy. But there's something kind of hip about it. This guy's out drifting along and his best friend is an orangutan". I mean, the scenes of talking to an orangutan about your troubles, I'd never seen anything quite like it. He has a romance that falls through, he doesn't get the girl, and then he goes off with the orangutan.
I thought, What could be better? I wouldn't put it in the time capsule of films you did that you thought were great, but everything's a challenge. Gene Hackman was interesting because I gave the Unforgiven script to his agent and he said no, he didn't want to do anything violent.
But I went back to him and said, "I know where you're coming from. You get to a certain age and I'm there too, where you don't want to tell a lot of violent stories, but this is a chance to make a great statement". At this particular time in my life, I'm not doing anything as a moneymaker. It's like I'm pushing the envelope the other way to see how far we can go to be noncommercial. But I'm definitely not going for the demographics of to year-olds.
I didn't know if Mystic River would go over at all. I had a hard time getting it financed, to tell you the truth. But, I think I can make a picture that you'd be proud to have in your library. People have lost their sense of humor. In former times we constantly made jokes about different races. You can only tell them today with one hand over your mouth or you will be insulted as a racist. I find that ridiculous.
In those earlier days every friendly clique had a 'Sam the Jew' or 'Jose the Mexican' - but we didn't think anything of it or have a racist thought. It was just normal that we made jokes based on our nationality or ethnicity.
That was never a problem. I don't want to be politically correct. We're all spending too much time and energy trying to be politically correct about everything. There could be a scenario. I suppose if some mythical writer came out of nowhere and it was the greatest thing on the planet, I'd certainly have to think about it. But it's not like I've ever courted it. I feel like that was an era of my life, and I've gone on to other things. I'm not sure about being Dirty Harry again--but who knows?
I keep finding interesting stories, or they come to me, so I'll keep making movies. To me, she's like a throwback to the women in film of the Forties.
Not to say women today aren't great, but back then there was more individuality. They didn't have the same Botox look. Angelina has that great individuality, her own look and her own style. I think she would have been just as big a name in that era, the same as Katharine HepburnBette Davis and Ingrid Bergman.
I don't quite understand this obsession about doing remakes and making television series into feature films. I would rather see them encourage writers with new ideas in all different genres like they used to in the heyday of movies.
Critics were set up to hate Heaven's Gate If it had, it would have been the same as Titanic Certain things may have been his fault. The accolades for The Deer Hunter probably made him think, "I am a genius, king of the world". But if you say you're king Album) the world then people will root for you to fall. I've always said that if you're prepared to accept reviews saying you're brilliant, you better be prepared to accept reviews saying you're a burn.
The guy calling you a bum may be wrong, but the guy calling you brilliant may be wrong, too. Michael needs to make an intimate, smaller picture, do a film for five or six weeks, with no special effects, flying by the seats of his pants, to not be afraid and pull the trigger. She passed away a few years back. The only thing she ever said to me, toward the last, she said, 'I want out of here, I am tired.
We get the century mark. They said do you want to be resuscitated for while, and she said 'no. She had no fear and I think as you get older -- you probably have more fear as a younger person than you do as an older person. Because as an older person you have stacked up a lot of background and time-in-grade, so to speak, so you are probably thinking what the hell 'I have had a good time.
If you believe in reincarnation you're putting too much on the other side. I believe you have just one shot at life, and you should do the best you can with that shot. And I suppose you should be thankful that you've been given the ability to do certain things in life, and not be greedy enough to want to stay around forever. I always admired Sylvester Stallone 's tenacity to go ahead and get that made.
I would never have been able to pass the Bill Clinton - Gary Hart test. No one short of Mother Teresa could pass. Edgar Hoover ] He could make a lot of money making mechanical genre pictures but he wants to be challenged. And it's much more of a challenge to play someone who doesn't have the slightest thing in common with you.
He wasn't afraid to give you sketchy lighting if you asked for it. He didn't believe in flat light or just bright, 'Rexall drugstore' lighting, which a lot of times you can get if you get somebody that isn't very imaginative. He was perfect for me, because we didn't have very big budgets in those days. He'd made dollies by towing a blanket across the floor with the cameraman sitting on it. If something doesn't come out the way you want, forge ahead.
If you think it's going to rain, it will. Everything went wrong. Radios went out. Oxygen ran out. And finally we ran out of fuel up around Point Reyes, California, and went in the ocean. So we went swimming. It was late October, November.
Very cold water. I found out many years later that it was a white shark breeding ground, but I'm glad I didn't know that at the time or I'd have just died. But the problem at the beginning was they were more infatuated with just the idea of the casting. But I'm still playing with the idea.
I've done war movies because they're always loaded with drama and conflict. But as far as actual participation Self-protection is a very important thing for nations, but I just don't like to see it. You've got your position and that's it. And when you go far enough to the right,you meet the same idiots coming around from the left.
The stronger the participation of the female characters, the better the movie. They knew that in the old days, when women stars were equally as important as men. I like the image of the piano player: the piano player sits down, plays, tells his story, and then gets up and leaves - letting the music speak for itself.
My father used to say to me, 'Show 'em what you can do, and don't worry about what you're gonna get. Say you'll work for free and make yourself invaluable'. As to the abortions, I told Locke that whether to have children or terminate her pregnancies was a decision entirely hers. Particularly with regard to the tubal ligation, I encouraged Locke to make her own decision after she had consulted with a physician about the appropriateness of and the necessity for that surgical procedure.
He has me involved with women I've never met and attending schools I've never gone to - and there was a photograph supposedly of me that wasn't me. The stories about my father weren't true sic. There were incidents described that never took place; I've never broken a window with a ball peen hammer in my life.
If you can't even get the little stuff right, then how are you going to get the big stuff right? But I don't want to talk about it too much, because I hate even giving it credence. It's a very mean-spirited book. I don't care if you write something bad about me, as long as it's true.
I'm not Mr. Evangelical Pure-as-the-snow. I just want the true [stories] out. They're fair game. But when they're made up, they're not fair game.
He liked me a lot; got me into the talent program at Universal, gave me a lot of breaks. Bought me some nice clothes, too. That's when people started wondering about us! I guess I'm usually trying to get away. Crimes against children are the most heinous crime. That, for me, would be a reason for capital punishment because children are innocent and need the guidance of an adult society. I was always respectful of people who were deeply religious because I always felt that if they gave themselves to it, then it had to be important to them.
But if you can go through life without it, that's OK, too. It's whatever suits you. My grandfather lived to be late 90s on one side and on the other side, 70s or something.
And my father died young, at But he didn't take very good care of himself. I grew up with J. Edgar Hoover. He was the G-man, a hero to everybody, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation was the big, feared organization.
He was ahead of his time as far as building up forensic evidence and fingerprinting. But he took down a lot of innocent people, too. It's much more fun to play something you're nothing like than what you are It's much easier to hide yourself in a character. I was young and. I always thought of myself as a character actor.
I never thought of myself as a leading man. When I was a kid, I thought movies just came from air. I thought they just appeared.
There are organizations that can help her but I'm sure she could also use a friendly face right now. I'd really like to meet her. I've been through my womanizer part of my life. There was a point when it was an illness, just compulsive, but that's behind me now.
I've never considered myself addicted to anything, but if I was, that was it. Everybody has certain things they wish they hadn't done in life. They wish they hadn't kicked their dog when they were ten or something. I like Italian movies. I was frequently there in the '60s, in Rome and the vicinity.
It was a great period in life. I was very influenced by their stuff. Have you ever heard of a western star being called an actor's actor?
I'll bet not! I have been lucky enough to work in a profession I really like and I figure I will continue until somebody hits me over the head. In the past I have been with women who wanted more from me than I was ever willing to give. I was probably not as attentive as I could have been. I can be selfish and some of the women didn't have a good idea of their self. They wanted me to mould them and I just can't do that.
I'm not good in big crowds. I prefer smaller, one-to-one nights out, which is why I've never been single. I like the company of women, but I do go for longer-term relationships than flings. The best things to come of all those relationships are my children. She is bright, funny, independent. It's fate that I met her when I was in my sixties.
I'd love to have been with her 20, 30 years ago and I would have settled down much sooner. I spent my twenties and thirties being angry, then my forties and fifties being disappointed. It's only in the last part of my life that I've learned to be happy. I was a slow learner, so I'd say speed up the process a bit-and maybe practice a little more!
I think that's all ended-but, you never know! I've had moments of success interrupted by moments of satyr. Shelley Berman used to say that. I admire people who can accomplish and do it, but it's very difficult in today's society, because there are so many things pulling at people. People gain different interests as time goes by, so they decide that they want to try something else. You have to keep trying! You don't want to give up and be so cynical that, you say, 'Never!
Never say never. Sergio Leone loved long stories and long pictures. To me, I don't mind a long picture if you've got a lot of story. But if you're just making a long movie to just show off more production value, I think you can edit some of that stuff down. That's where he and I would differ. Films can go overboard on violence but the Dirty Harry films don't.
We don't use slow motion violence for instance, or lingering blood squirts. Also, Harry Callahan is an honorable man and a hero to middle America. I'd question films like Taxi Driver where the hero is mentally ill. As soon as I read that line in the script, "Go ahead make my day", I knew audiences would love it.
Ford had an influence on me subconsciously, and I watched it in a dark theatre with my knees up. Sometimes twice in a row. I think he was always trying to make social statements in his movies, and with Stagecoach he used the western to do it efficiently. Too many directors don't know what the hell they're doing. They'll do multiple takes on scenes and try out different angles and lighting.
I don't like that. If you can't see it yourself straight away, you shouldn't be a director. Then there were two of us. And now are three of us. If it goes on like this I'm going to end up in a detachment of cavalry. There's a bar I used to go to on Sunset Boulevard that was a straight bar that's now a gay bar.
I think I went into it once some years later, and I looked around and said, 'Oh, yeah, it's a gay bar. Besides, Kimber is listed as a dependent on her stepfather's tax returns; she's not a dependent of mine. Legally, I'm not responsible. I don't. When I used to be a contract player in at Universal, I wasn't getting good roles.
I was getting one-liners, and then I'd be gone. But I'd hang around; I'd watch guys. And when I had days off, which was most days, I'd go down and watch other sets while they were shooting. Watch Joan Crawford or whomever. Just watch how they worked and how the director handled them. I didn't know anything about making movies, and there's a lot to learn.
Secretly everybody's getting tired of political correctness, kissing up. That's the kiss-ass generation we're in right now. We're really in a pussy generation. Everybody's walking on eggshells. We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff. When I grew up, those things weren't called racist. And then when I did Gran Torinoeven my associate said, "This is a really good script, but it's politically incorrect. Let me read it tonight. He doesn't go down to Congress and make a deal.
What the hell's he doing sitting in the White House? If I were in that job, I'd get down there and make a deal. Sure, Congress are lazy bastards, but so what? You're the top guy. You're the president of the company.
It's your responsibility to make sure everybody does well. It's the same with every company in this country, whether it's a two-man company or a two-hundred-man company You're as young as you feel.
As young as you want to be. There's an old saying I heard from a friend of mine. People ask him, "Why do you look so good at your age? It's in your mind, how far you let him come in. I don't have any great pickup lines.
I was never an extrovert, so I always had to have someone meet me halfway. If she was interested, we'd come together, and if not When I became a movie actor and became well-known, it took care of itself. Maybe that's why I became an actor.
One of the most important things in life is feeling good about yourself. And when you're in decent shape, when you like the way your body looks and feels and your energy levels are at their highest, it's a lot easier to feel good about yourself.
I am a junior, and all my younger life I was called Sonny or Junior, and I think a kid deserves his own name. When I was growing up in the '30s and '40s, kids were a lot more active than they are today. We didn't have television, we certainly didn't have computers, so you came home from school and then went out to play with the other kids in your neighborhood. You didn't have to be a varsity athlete to get into a game of pickup basketball or football or to take a bat, ball and glove out to an empty lot for a game of flies-and-grounders.
I'm not necessarily interested in extending life. To me, what seems most intriguing is just keeping the quality of your life up as long as fate decrees that you'll be here on the planet. Maybe they do super things or more-than-human things - like Dirty Harry, he has a knack for doing crazy things, or the western guys - but, still, they're not caped crusaders.
Follow what you think. You want to do something? Just do it the best you can. Not everyone makes something phenomenal, but at least you can fail on your own terms. I think women like to see other women put down when they're out of line. They have a dream of the guy who won't let them get away with anything.
And the man in the audience is thinking, 'That's how I'd like to handle it--cool and assured, knowing all the answers. The important thing to remember about women is that they're a lot smarter than men and they don't play fair. I know nothing about how men become sexy because men aren't sexy to me, so I really don't know. My appeal is in the characters I play. A superhuman type character who has all the answers, is double cool, exists on his own without society or the help of society's police forces.
A guy sits in the audience. He's twenty-five years old and he's scared stiff about what he's going to do with his life. He wants to have that self-sufficient thing he sees up on the screen.
I'm just doing a job, I'm just in the entertainment business doing the kinds of films that appeal to me. You've got to keep that in perspective. Fame is fleeting. Why not?! We're making a big deal out of things we shouldn't be making a deal out of Just give everybody the chance to have the life they want. I can get into the nostalgia thing sometimes, but to me the good old days are right now. Amongst other services, Expatica offers the best dating site for Expats in Germany since Finding love is a challenging quest even in your home country.
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