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   Not much to say about this scene, it speaks for itself. Its about two friends who find that they have to say goodbye to one another and I hope it expresses the kind of pain we all feel when the time comes to bid farewell. A universal condition certainly. I may have gone home that day in a little bit of a daze. You see Robin was like a kid sister to me on the show and on the drive back home that evening I was no doubt already missing her.
Lisa's collection | Views: 38647 | Added by: Arina | Date: 30.04.2009

   This scene is quirkly like all the stuff between Pearl and Julia but it seems to work. You'll notice that at times while at the table I look away momentarily, as if thinking. In truth I would often have cue words or phrases written and placed off camera so I could use them if I needed to. Just maybe a couple of key words, never whole lines. It actually served two functions; first it kept me going in a scene on a day when I might have too many words to memorize and second, it created an interesting piece of behavior for Pearl as if he was really thinking about something. Nothing worse in a scene than two actors eyeballing one another to death.
1986 Cabin | Views: 1311 | Added by: Arina | Date: 27.03.2009

   Very early on in my work on this show. The makeup guy, my friend Carlos, suggested that I stipel in a couple days growth of beard to give the character a rougher edge. Sometimes it comes off looking like I feel into a vat of Hershey's chocolate but more often than not, it works. Makeup on this show was constantly melting off due to the tension and the heat in front of the lights so if you didn't have Carlos around for touch ups thru the afternoon you could well end up looking like Gloria Swanson on an early morning following a long bender. . 
1985 Investigation | Views: 1118 | Added by: Arina | Date: 23.04.2009

   Fun to watch this stuff and it still holds up after all this time. I like when Cruz catches me talking to myself in the hospital. Its just quirky and offbeat enough to be interesting. Joe Bottoms played the guy with the screw loose, Kirk Cranston. He had been nominated 10 years earlier for an Academy Award as best supporting actor and was a member of a distinguished family of kid actors. He had a dry and wicked sense of humor off stage and I think was only on the show for a one year contract and to make some dough. 
1986 Cabin | Views: 1239 | Added by: Arina | Date: 28.03.2009

   A. is genuinely excellent in this scene. He is very angry with Pearl and that generates the energy that then fuels what follows. It also adds to the Cruz-Pearl relationship and enriches it. What friendship is ever without real confrontation and serious doubt? The audience must come away thinking that maybe this is the end of their alliance and Cruz has had enough of this wise guy. And I think perhaps they do. Some of the staging was at times cumbersome on the show and that can't be avoided. You'll notice that i literally grab Nancy's arm and pull her all the way around with me as I cross stage left to A.
1986 Cabin | Views: 911 | Added by: Arina | Date: 27.03.2009

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