The criminally under appreciated Van Heflin... never gave a bad performance in his life but never got the respect he deserved. They should build a statue to that guy.
Yeah, except part of his charm was his low-key modesty, not exactly statue material. Have you ever seen him in Kid Glove Killer or Grand Central Murder, both from 1942? Murder is a zippy mystery, and Killer is one of the earliest examples of a CSI type crime lab.
If you're low-key enough, you are already your own statue.
He wasn't wooden, smartypants. But there were plenty of other actors who turned to stone before their time.
No, I haven't seen either of those. I still have a lot of catching up to do. Thanks for the recommendations.
That's because you have been busy drawing while I, apparently, have far too much time on my hands.
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