What else the LOTM cast has done

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Posted by Kiki on April 22, 1998 at 02:14:36:

In reading some previous postings, started by Chris, about what other films the main characters from LOTM have done, I noticed some titles missing so I thought I'd fill them in here in case there are a few of you not familiar with these titles. Steven Waddington will be in the new release of "Tarzan and the Lost City" and he was also the "cowboy in bank" in the film "Breakdown" with Kurt Russell (a great film that will keep you on the edge of your seat and have you biting off all your nails before the end of the credits). Another film Steven made was "Carrington" with Emma Thompson and Jonathan Pryce in 1995. "Carrington" is a slow moving but intriguing film about Dora Carrington (played by Thompson) who is in love with Lytton Strachey (played by Pryce). But Strachey is gay, so in comes Ralph Partridge (played by Steven) who is in love with Carrington but who is also loved by Strachey. Carrington is a true story about the British artist of the same name who lived in the early 1900's. Not recommended for all, but something to consider if you have trouble sleeping.

Russel Means made a movie with Wes Studi this year called "Wind River" about the pony express. I don't think it's been released yet. Let's not forget Wes Studi, a great actor, who has been in a lot of films. In "Dances With Wolves", he was the Crow Indian who was left behind after the attack on the village and is shot in the river surrounded by the rival tribesmen. He was also the Indian in Oliver Stone's "The Doors" and he's in the new horror film "Deep Rising" about the monster on the abandoned cruise ship. Last but not least is Madeleine Stowe who was in "Blink" about the blind girl who thinks she sees a murder, "Bad Girls" in an all-star cast about a group of western robbers who happen to be all female, and "China Moon" in which her character name is Rachel Munro (I think it's Cora's evil twin). Although I've seen most of these films, I was reminded of them on the following website where you can do your own search if you please. The address is (http://us.imdb.com/). Hope some of you enjoy these films if you're not familiar with them.


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