Thread: RIP Eli Wallach

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    RIP Eli Wallach

    Yesterday, at the age of 98.
    One of the most memorable 'banditos' in cinematic history, but also a veteran Broadway performer who was known for his thoughtfulness and easy-going nature.
    There will never be another Tuco Ramirez.
    Here's a piece of advice from Tuco to all you gun-toting Americans.


    RIP
    " If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra

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    Yeah, I liked him. He gave some great performances in his long career.

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    I'll never forget Tuco laying the verbal crackdown on his brother the priest.

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    On film, a vicious bastard.

    Behind the scenes, one of the smartest gents to ever play a bad guy.

    His wife is a pisser, too, and still acts at age 87.


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    Quote Originally Posted by frenchie88 View Post
    I'll never forget Tuco laying the verbal crackdown on his brother the priest.
    That whole exchange is quite memorable. Its one of the few scenes in cinematic history that really chokes me up.
    " Please, forgive me brother..."
    " If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra

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