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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 27 Aug 2010, 23:03



Yul Brynner , an actor with a unique screen presence said to have exhibited the occassional superiority complex , maybe they misunderstood his russian black humour Very Happy but in the days of the testosterone-charged actors like charlton heston , if sharing a screen with such, a certain brand of iron integrity would be required to deflect the shoals of ravaging semen that emanated from heston
Brynner definetly had screen presence to match the best




And a multitalented hand



Then his afterlife commercial





And Bill hIcks Take on yul

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 30 Oct 2010, 01:45

The more you get , the more u cant get enough CARLOS my man

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Mon 10 Jan 2011, 00:45

Caught an interview with keanu reeves , had never seen him interviewed before, was not aware that he had serious neck surgery, said he had a plate in his neck, but in fact.... they removed the vertebral discs from his neck and replaced them with metal discs. A permanent condition .

Then i also noted that sly stallone had plate put in his neck recently as it was fractured during the expendibles make, egos clashing maybe ...

scary xray photo , bolted from the front , must have gone in a few inches to tighten those nuts
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 03 Mar 2011, 00:23

MarlonBrando - The general consensus from most people today especially the media when defining marlon brando, is that he was one of the most handsome talented difficult actors ever who then imploded in a world of extremes.

This is one of the best interviews ive ever seen from a film star and shows that Brando was a very perceptive and explarotary thinker and feeler highly aware of ego being and his own actions within that being and much much more , too many great points to highlight
Brando still looking healthy in 73 as well before his physical decline



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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 18 Mar 2011, 11:12

An earlier Brando interview illustrating that he was one of the few actors who spoke out with the conscious or a powerfull subconscious intention of developing existentialist values for human nature , an absolute non-conformist to conditioned thinking.... in that time





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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 15 Jan 2012, 21:50



Caught a really decent Yul bryner film this morning called THE LONG DUEL also stars the Esxcellent Trevor Howard from mutiny on the bounty etc and Harry andrews and a few other quality actresses

Essentially this film is about the ancient struggle of the human free spirit against its conditioned counterpart consciousness and has about 3 really great scenes featuring the trevor howard / Yul bryner character interactive dynamic

Its set in 1920s India where harry andrews is just taking over a command from Trevor Howard , andrews is the fully conditioned society model that does exactly what his society orders him to do without conscience
Trevor Howard is the society model that has an ethical guiding conscience always trying to impose itself on his societal duties with decency as his guiding core
Yul Bryner is the freedom loving tribal leader that has been allowed to go on existing in the mountains by howard and cannot exist in a cage as he puts it .

I won't give away the plot completely but howard is eventually pitted against bryner and both men have a growing respect for each others values eventually leading to a really beautiful moving final scene which probably never got the attention it deserves

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 24 Nov 2012, 12:01

That looks like a gay transformation of jean claude van damme ? which reminded me that last year i viewed his real life insight documentary and after about 5 mins i couldnt take any more of him:D



oh yeah and RiSin Larry Hagman from the original dallas series which portrayed all the double crossing dirty dealing back stabbin greedy hedonistic mentality in all its pretty and ugly colours that keep this world spinning around Basketball

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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sun 25 Nov 2012, 21:04

I never liked Van Damme, or should I say...Jean-Claude Camille François Van Varenberg, as an actor or in any of his interviews.
Never saw him in a role that made me think he was even a mediocre actor.

He was a steroid user.
Smokes, drinks and lived-s the partying lifestyle.
Had a $10,000 a week coke habit.
Has rapid cycling bipolar disorder...as evident by his manic personality.

You can see clearly, in his picture, that smoking, and coke use, severely degrades the collagen in the body particularly the skin and deeper connective tissues. Excessive sun or tanning beds will contribute to this, but smoking really degrades the tissue deeper than skin level. Usually the face, mouth, throat, chest and ribcage areas become dried and emaciated looking to due long term smoking. You start to look like a walking skeleton covered with an outer layer of aged leather.

He had great health and a good fortune and pretty much pissed it away.
Now look at him. Sure he is just over fifty, but he could easily look fifteen years younger by having lived a cleaner lifestyle.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sun 25 Nov 2012, 21:32

The legend...purely built upon hype...Bruce Lee.







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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 27 Nov 2012, 00:51

the mr supercool of the far east for sure , any updated revelations on him qsc re the hype comment

Van damme was in great shape for a while but looks like hes caved in to his lower passions in later life and falling apart at an increasing pace now, yeah when i saw him inhaling his fags , i thought he was a fake health projection and waited for him to come apart , his face cheeks look like horse saddles Very Happy
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 24 Sep 2013, 12:42

Modern actors / actresses are just so boring in their interviews etc
I recommend they watch a bit of raw ollie reed to check out how to make an interview more entertaining Very Happy 

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 05 Nov 2013, 00:22

You tell em Marlon  shoots from the hip


Ben affleck defends the arabian dignity,  is this allowed


Oh my god (who gave land to jews) ehhhhhhhhhhhh  ?   now i understand why his daughter angie doesn't talk to this fruitcake


i think gibson showed this fanatic up nicely here ,  I'm not anti-jew,  but I'm anti- much of the behaviour and fanatical practices of some of them  as i am against non-jews etc too ,  the jew reporter sums up with "as a jew and a human being "  and we know the fanatics make that separation usually substituting human being with goyim


oh but this is my favourite, the jews . the reporters, the bad guys , etc etc couldn't get mel,  but this scheming crafty fame/money gripper did ,  it happens to the best when the heart is given up in lust/love
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 07 Dec 2013, 02:18

Russel Means,  became an actor in the later life famous in acting  for playing the last mohican  in last of the mohicans , but this guy had led a very busy existence and had cultivated great wisdom in those years ,  i think he's got to be one of the greatest american public figures

Final fight scene as the last mohican avenging sons death


Some superb wisdom in this interview

 

his last interview on the feminine and masculine principles of indigenous peoples few months before his death , looking gaunt




his famous political speech

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Post  tgII on Sun 15 Dec 2013, 22:55

re: Russell Means.

I sent an email to Russel Means once, thanking him for all his great work
and for the movie Last of the Mohicans which I always enjoyed watching.

I think the realistic brutality of that movie is what I appreciated the most.

Russell sent a thank you back to me. I was thrilled never expecting to
hear from him.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Wed 18 Dec 2013, 00:12

I think the realistic brutality of that movie is what I appreciated the most.

certainly is a brutal film TG, i think it was means first film , a part made for him , he looked pretty good then at 50 plus , then in that last vid of him above, he looks gaunt and sucked dry, and really a bit emotionally broken
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 20 May 2014, 01:05

Always loved Aristotillis (: seems his bloodline was ravaged by the big C , maybe partly because they were close knit and expected to get it because ancestors had it ,which had snowball belief effect, that powerful psycho destructo manifesto , and maybe dietary concerns

interview here in his heyday but needs high volume

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 25 Jul 2014, 23:35

Newman,  one of the actors that had iron in his veins , speaking out at the height of his fame , in 1969, whilst most of his contemporaries kept it zipped

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