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Actors Actors of Greatness Film Horror/Cult Films Predators Psychopaths Tom Noonan Uncategorized

Psychopathic Types IV

Ian Holm I

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Mark Holton III - GacyMark Holton IIII - GacyF/X 2Brian Dennehy V - Gacy

Some fine work here by some of our best. First, Ian Holm does Jack The Ripper. Mr. Holm, not usually known for this type of thing, “kills” it. Amazing creativity. Then my guy Tom Noonan plays John Lee Roche, a towering psychopath who is soft-spoken but quite hilarious: nothing could beat “You’re just resisting me.” for a bit of dialogue with such a type. Next, career “Hey! It’s THAT guy!” actor…..which means you’re doing something RIGHT….Mark Holton allows John Gacy to inhabit him utterly in Crawl Space (2003). Very cool, very deadpan….then, in a (for me) surprise of sorts, Brian Dennehy pulls a devastating gem from his arsenal in his *own* portrayal of The Killer Clown in 1992’s To Catch a Killer. This is the only scene in the TV-movie with any violence, really,Β  of any kind….and here it’s 100% psychological (which, if you’ve been there….)….but/and Dennehy’s undeniably intense psychopathic trance is unforgettable, poignant, tragic.Β  And plenty frightening. Whoa.

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Actors Film Predators Psychopaths

Psychopathic Types III

Gacy II - William ForsytheGacy IIII - William Forsythe

Brad Dourif IIIIBrad Dourif XII - Mouth in E3

Paul Bettany IPaul Bettany II

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Actors Predators Psychopaths

Psychopathic Types II

Dr Dave Lowry II - Ned BeattyDr Dave Lowry I - Ned Beatty

John Carroll Lynch I - Zodiac filmJohn Carroll Lynch II - Zodiac film - Copy

Michael Reilly Burke as Ted BundyTed Bundy III

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Actors Predators Psychopaths serial killers

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{Note: Revised 8/2/2019 by ml22}

Ice Truck Killer III
Oleg Menshikov III
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GIFs Singers Syd Barrett

Why Can’t You See???

Mr. Syd Barrett would really like to know something.

Buell, Marty, et al: Flowers Pluck Themselves.
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Olympics Secretariat sport

Great Moments in Sport.

Always a work-in-progress, this post represents a mildly biased, but breathtaking collection of Great Moments.

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Actors Actors of Greatness Christoph Waltz Film Photo-Editing videos Westerns

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{Note: Revised 7/22/2019}

The great Christoph Waltz, Two-Time Academy Award winner, shows some of his inimitable what-have-you.

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Crispin Glover Film

The Crispin Glover.

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Audio Heino Music Paloma Blanca

The Mighty Power of Paloma Blanca.

George Baker Selection – Original.

George Baker Selection – Newer, Hipper version.

Heino!

Slim Whitman.

NinaΒ Β  & Mike.

The Spanish Caribe Hits.

Patricia Lavila.

Morelli and Napoli.

George Baker Selection - Paloma Blanca

heino great hits 5

slim-whitman-all-my-best-cover

 

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Audio Belgian Geniuses French Geniuses Geniuses Gilbert BΓ©caud Gilbert Becaud Jacques Brel Music music videos Rod McKuen Scott Walker Singers videos vocalists

Belgian and French Geniuses.

Belgian maestro Jacques Brel seemed to set new standards for utterly authentic, heartfelt intensity, every time he took the stage; he seemed possessed, magical. He also created some of the greatest songs of the last century. He served, lastly, as a huge influence to aspiring songwriters/performers…not least of all, Scott Walker. {I included Scott doing “Fils de” at post’s end} A true titan.

Gilbert BΓ©caud. Monsieur 100,000 volts. A truly powerful performer, few {none}{Brel…??} could outdo The Creator. On the above Seul, Gilbert gives an intimate, and increasingly euphoric, reading, culminating in {playful} pianist-shoving and back-slapping, and finally, in blissful embrace, of himself. Monsieur 100,000 Volts was a marvel.

Jacques Dutronc.
Claude François.
Mr. Rod McKuen.
McKuen! “Natalie”.
McKuen! “Come, Jeff”.
Scott Walker: “Sons Of” {Fils de}

Revised: Massively. 7/6/2019.

Titans of Belgian, French, and American Performing. Jacques Brel. Gilbert Bécaud. Jacques Dutronc. Claude François. And, of course: The Rod McKuen.