When Legends Gather #430


Sheila Hancock, Albert Finney, Robert Morley, Kenneth Haigh and Kenneth Williams (who seems stuck in perpetual performance mode)

4 comments:

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr. said...

Who knew Kenneth Williams could be such an activist?

"Now, you lot...over there...stop messing about..."

Brent McKee said...

I'm just reminded of the backlash one sometimes finds, particularly in the U.S. and frequently from "Rede State Republicans" about actors "enhancing their own reputation" by expressing their "uninformed" opinions on issues. Activism on the part of actors is hardly new and hardly restricted to Americans. And hardly wrong either.

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr. said...

I agree, brother Brent; I've never been quite able to figure out why actors/actresses are treated in such a fashion. It's as if they're not supposed to think about serious things; that the moment they've finished their performance they're to be put away in a box somewhere until they're summoned again.

Kreisler said...

Actors are cattle