Five Old-Hollywood Starlets Who Endured Sexual Harassment Long Before ‘Weinstein Effect’ – Newsweek

Five Old-Hollywood Starlets Who Endured Sexual Harassment Long Before 'Weinstein Effect' - Newsweek Five Old-Hollywood Starlets Who Endured Sexual Harassment Long Before ‘Weinstein Effect’ – Newsweek

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 18:14:16 GMT

Hollywood is reckoning with its climate of sexual harassment and abuse like never before, a trend launched since a number of harassment and assault allegations against just two big shots, Harvey Weinstein and James Toback, climbed into the triple digits.and more »

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I enjoyed your comments on Jezebel. It is one of …

I enjoyed your comments on Jezebel. It is one of my favorite movies .

I am interested in your thoughts on the following: Do you thing that once Pres saw Julie in the white dress, he realized that he still loved her?

And in the garden when she kissed him, do you think the only reason he did not give into the kiss was because he was a man of hono?.

And when Julie told Amy who else would Pres love but his wife, do you think Julie believed that Pres really love her?
And do you think Amy believed Julie when she told her that Pres loves his wife?

No one has ever commented on the movie as you have and I would really be interested in your thoughts. Thanks

James Coburn

James Harrison Coburn III[1] (/dʒeɪmz ˈkoʊbɜːrrnˌˈkoʊbərn/; August 31, 1928 – November 18, 2002) was an American actor . He featured in more than 70 film s, largely action roles, and made 100 television appearances during a 45-year career,ultimately winning an Academy Award in 1998 for his supporting role as Glen Whitehouse in Affliction.

A capable, rough-hewn leading man, his toothy grin and lanky physique made him a perfect tough guy in numerous leading and supporting roles in westerns and action film s, such as The Magnificent Seven, Hell Is for Heroes, The Great Escape, Charade, Our Man Flint, In Like Flint, Duck, You Sucker!, and Cross of Iron. Coburn provided the voice of Henry Waternoose in the Pixar film Monsters, Inc.

During the late 1960s and early 1970s, Coburn cultivated an image synonymous with “cool”, and along with such contemporaries as Lee Marvin, Steve McQueen, and Charles Bronson became one of the prominent “tough-guy” actor s of his day.

Coburn died of a heart attack on November 18, 2002 while listening to music at his Beverly Hills home. He was survived by his second wife, Paula (née Murad), two children and two grandchildren.

His wife Paula died less than two years later on July 30, 2004 at the age of 48, due to cancer.

James Coburn Rare Interview (Bruce Lee’s Hollywood friend)

Bruce Lee’s Hollywood friend – James Coburn (Skip to 5:24 for Bruce Lee’s discussion) Jay Sebring, Bruce’s hairdresser, introduced him to Steve McQueen, and …

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