I agree! I thought it was very special the first time i saw it. Even bougt the DVD years later because i really wanted to watch it again.
I'm so flipping jealous that you met William Forsythe and that he was nice enough to be singled out as one of the most authentic you'd met. I've been a fan of his for over 20 years.TazKristi wrote: ↑Mon Jan 14, 2019 5:20 pmI'll play...
Andy Garcia, Christopher Lloyd, Treat Williams, William Forsythe, Jack Warden, Steve Buscemi, Fairuza Balk, Gabrielle Anwar, Christopher Walken, Scott Weiland, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Joe Walsh, Lynda Carter, Lou Ferrigno, Zac Brown, Steven Seagal, Roy Rogers, and Dale Evans.
All of the above were very kind and down to earth but Christopher Lloyd and William Forsythe were fantastically authentic. The best though, meeting Roy Rogers and Dale Evans as a young child. They were so kind and hospitable. They opened their home and their museum to my family. Roy proved immediately that he was worthy of being my Dad's hero.
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