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This is from a movie magazine under the category “Nostalgia.” The year is 1974, based on some obituaries in it. I couldn’t find the name of the magazine on any of the pages. I don’t agree with the premise of … Continue reading
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It’s impossible to know whether Robert Taylor wrote this article himself or not but the tone of voice seems right for him. It contains one of the acting principles he lived by: “Good acting depends on lack of gestures and … Continue reading
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Robert Taylor recalls an audition while he was still in college: “The casting director was kindly. He gave me an audition. I read something from “Private Lives.” Later I realized that I had “mugged” all over the place–“mugging” being the … Continue reading