The Glass House (4-Feb-1972)|
Director: Tom Gries
Writers: Truman Capote; Wyatt Cooper; Tracy Keenan Wynn
||Capt. Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H
||Twelve O'Clock High
||Sgt. Chip Saunders on Combat
|Billy Dee Williams
||Lando Calrissian, Colt-45 malt liquor pitchman
Review by Jackie L. Vester (posted on 17-May-2007)
I LOVED this movie!! I just wish that they would show it more often. They used to show it but now it is impossible to find. The only problem that I had with this movie was the casting of Alan Alda. I respect him as an actor but I felt that this character was a little on the whiny side. The other performances were perfect. I lloved Kristofer Tabori who played the young innocent character of Alan. He was perfect. He shoed that you could be innocent without being to wimpy. I didn't like when his character died. Vic Morrow was a monster. I WANTED to see his character die in a horrible way for what he did to the "Alan" character. I would watch this movie again and again if they showed it.
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