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Discussion Board Troubleshooting / Apostrophes
« on: May 13, 2003, 01:43:40 AM »
Why are all the apostrophes coming out with slashes in front of them?

This is a bit annoying.

Don't won't can't it's I'm...

General Discussion / Play Shakey For Me????
« on: May 03, 2003, 05:23:42 AM »
Which Shakespearian characters could you envisage Clint playing?  Now or in the past.

Also, has Clint ever done any classical theatre - in his student days perhaps?

For me:  I could really see him as King Lear.  All craggy ageing nobility and haunted loss, striding across an expressionistic apocalyptic western landscape bemoaning the break up of his cattle empire and the vagaries of human nature.

His performance in Unforgiven contains Lear-esque echoes, especially in the scenes where he is suffering from fever and hallucinating.

I know doing Shakespeare, and Lear, in the west is not a new idea.  See Man of the West directed by Anthony Mann, for example.  But it has never been done on a truly epic scale.  

I think Clint has the stature both as director and star to pull it off.

What does everybody else think?

Questions & Answers / Andy Robinson
« on: February 26, 2003, 12:13:06 PM »
I have an old book on Eastwood movies - French as it happens -  that claims that Robinson is the son of Edward G Robinson, old time gangster star.

I don't believe this to be true.  Can anybody confirm that these guys have got it wrong?

Trivia Games / Connect Clint
« on: December 19, 2002, 04:09:47 PM »
Here's a rivival of an old game from the old board.

I give you a cryptic clue to a word connected with Eastwood.  Like a crossword clue.

If you get the right answer you set the next one.  Only thing is the answer to yours has to start with the last letter of mine!

Always put the number of letters in the answer.


Q - What Tuco was but couldn't read (5)

A - Idiot

Soooo!  The next answer starts with T.  Geddit.

Here goes - real clue.  Answer starts with T:
This illegal act is no lie.  (4)

Remember it starts with T has an Eastwood connection (an easy one too!).  You get it you post a new one that starts with the last letter.

Good luck :)

Questions & Answers / Why Can't I Come In?
« on: December 16, 2002, 04:18:05 AM »
Two thirds of the time I can't gain proper access tyo the board.  :( Even my first attempt at this post was thwarted.

I get to the home page - sans graphics - and when i try to access any other page it just comes up with an error message I don't understand.  Error 404 not on this server or something. ???

Is it a problem at my end?  What is going on?

I don't have any trouble with any other site, including the Leone board. :'(

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