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Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune review: Romance loses spark

You might have encountered Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune through the 1991 film adaptation, from Pretty Woman director Garry Marshall. The movie gave the quiet two-hander an extreme makeover, glamming it up into a Hollywood rom-com starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer, and adding a large supporting cast and more overt humour. Continue reading

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Support The Performing Arts Project: Bid To Meet China Doll’s Legendary Al Pacino

Al Pacino was a 29-year-old member of The Actors Studio , when Patty Duke presented him with a 1969 Best Supporting Actor Tony Award for his Broadway debut performance in Don Peters en 's DOES A TIGER WEAR A NECKTIE, a play about juvenile narcotics addicts. Three years later he was Michael Corleone in THE GODFATHER and he received his first Oscar nomination for SERPICO in 1973. Continue reading

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