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October 13, 2007


Lloyd Mintern

I take it you have established there will be no opportunities, though still you have forty years!, in this life? Please, sir; I believe that if you continue posting these witty blog entries for, say, twenty years, at a maximum, you will achieve at least the right to direct this play, at least in Boston. Or is it that you insist on using these dead folks in your cast? In that regard, I have to ask, who is Robert Newton?


Robert Newton? An actor who was a tad less stagey than Charles Laughton, and seen to best effect in Carol Reed's "Odd Man Out" (1947).


I always fancied casting Laurel and Hardy and this way it would be possible.

The idea opens up all sorts of wonderful post-mortem possibilities

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