It’s “Time to Vote Tuesday!”14

They just don’t make ’em like they used to anymore! I love a good movie! (I better….I’m a movie critic!). If you’ve read my blog for any length of time, you know that I am saddened by the amount of originality, good acting, and flat out gutsyness that Hollywood now possesses, or rather, the lack thereof. As I thought about some of my favorite gutsy and original actors, I came to a realization that they were all born during the same decade….the 30’s!

Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, and Clint Eastwood! All iconic and classic actors born in the 30’s. Gotta love the 30’s! Ironically, the 30’s is also the decade during which televisions became commercially available so that we could watch these great actors in the comfort of our own homes! Today I ask you…..

(Did you happen to catch the connections between them that I inserted in the poll? Look again! Redford acted with Hoffman in All the President’s Men; Hoffman acted with Hackman in Runaway Jury; and Hackman acted with Eastwood in Unforgiven. Very cool!)

I’m sorry that I didn’t add Sir Michael Caine in the mix for you all!! (talk about making your voting difficult)!  But he was also born in the 30’s!!!

Thanks for reading! Happy Watching!

TheScarletSp1der

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14 comments

  1. I voted for Clint because well, that guy is a legend. He’s a rare movie star who’s found success as a director, and he’s such an iconic personality, too. Can’t believe these guys are in the 70s with no plans of slowing down (Redford also got a new movie coming out that I’m curious about, The Conspirator). Interesting degrees-of-separation there Scarlett.

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  2. I would have voted for “The Duke” John Wayne but he’s not on the list. John Wayne is the greatest!!! That’s just my biased opinion though lol.

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