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768. in country United States
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I am a supporter of small business owners. The pandemic and political opportunism of Democrat policies have destroyed many family-owned businesses. When I travel by car across the hidden byways of this great nation, however, I’m buoyed by the relentless optimism of Americans.
I loved doing the interview with Brennen Matthews, editor of ROUTE Magazine. It was the most authentic I’ve ever done, as free-wheeling as a lazy trip down the Mother Road, Route 66. Americana, movies, tall tales, and a pinch of truth. Subscribe here: https://t.co/5xQMC75SRJ https://t.co/Kw3PRaOQPj
Happy New Year, friends. I’m happy to report my interview in ROUTE is finally coming out and will be in the February 2021 issue. If folks subscribe now, they are guaranteed to get an advance copy sent right to them. Please go to https://t.co/q8LsOxkBMS to subscribe! https://t.co/iR17wxqnK7
@RealJamesWoods Just saw an episode of Rockford Files with you cast in a guest role. James Garner is one of the all time greats in early TV. What was it like working with him in the show?
Jim Garner was my best friend in the business. That Rockford Files episode, The Kirkoff Case, was the first of the series. We went on to do Promise and My Name is Bill W. My first two Emmy Awards were because of his faith in me. I miss him terribly. @MavrocksGirl https://t.co/tpVoFJpIbT
@RealJamesWoods Here here, James. My father, who I lost just a couple of months ago, was a big fan of your films and talent. But he was absolutely tickled by your self-parody in Family Guy, as was my whole family. My wife still walks around the house saying “Ooh, piece of candy!”
I’m so sorry for your loss. Family Guy was a hoot to do. I may have been the only person who didn’t understand what was funny about the “piece o’ candy” joke. Lol. I’m glad I was able to give your dad some smiles in his life! https://t.co/mQqNrOdEDY
@RealJamesWoods I remember watching Diggstown with my dad. Not only was it a really good movie, it always makes me think of that moment in time that I shared with my dad. I miss him.
I really appreciate your sharing important memories. At our luckiest we actors get to have been a small part of people’s lives. Thank you. https://t.co/vUT7jQbI2u
@RealJamesWoods Have anything to say about “The Onion Field,” James? I have one: one time yrs ago I was talking to a law school friend about great lawyer performances in movies & I mentioned how great you were in that. He said “Yeah I know — he’s my uncle.” (He has the same voice as you, btw)
One of my absolutely favorite personal choices. I got to work with my dear friend, John Savage, Ted Danson, and Franklyn Seales. Joe Wambaugh and Harold Becker became friends for life. Harold and I did three movies together! Turning point in my career. https://t.co/3MIQrTn1vX
Love John. I knew him in New York before he ever came to Los Angeles. I did one of the very first episodes of Welcome Back, Kotter! Then we did The General’s Daughter, and Be Cool. So funny in real life. https://t.co/lFEIbpdMwb
@RealJamesWoods Way back when I was first trying to join the unions (SAG-AFTRA now), I worked one day on shark. You sat down with us crew and extras and we chopped it up on all things from politics to poker and even carrot cake. One of the best on set experiences I ever had. Thank you sir!
Thank you so much. Hopefully those days will return. https://t.co/MMjsql91dZ
@RealJamesWoods One of my favorite James Woods movies was - Another Day in Paradise ... absolutely nailed that character. Great acting all the way around.
The real character I played (Mel) was very heavy (300 pounds) in real life. Larry based the story on him. Rough world he lived in back in Tulsa in the 70’s. Vincent, Melanie, and Natasha (Natalie Wood’s daughter) were fabulous, I thought. https://t.co/PLBlLUMzDM