What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
A while back, I was honored with being allowed to participate in a blog-a-thon which was dedicated to the “character actor.” I had so many ideas for that they’ve spilled over into their own events. My favorite guy in this category is George Kennedy, which is why his career was my contribution to that project. The question became “Who’s next?”
Roger Ebert once said “any movie with M. Emmet Walsh in it couldn’t be all bad.” Suffice it to say, I’ve never seen anything in which Walsh wasn’t worthwhile. So, why not Walsh? March 22nd marks his 84th birthday, which seems to be the perfect time for a celebration of all things Walsh.
When I say “all things,” I mean just that. This guy has a career spanning half-a-century, and his IMDb page is an exercise in mega-scrolling. Between television and movies, there so much great materiel to cover that there’s no reason not to join today! Anything Walsh-related is “fair game.” Since there is so much potential material, I’m asking for no previously published, but will allow up to two entries per topic.
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