• http://jessecrall.wordpress.com/ Jesse Crall

    My mom worked with James Garner as a stylist on some ads he was in back in the 80’s. She said he & Jim Coburn were the nicest actors she worked with, consummate pros devoid of ego or attitude.

    • Thom Phoolery

      But which was better in the sack?

  • Thom Phoolery

    What did the empty chair say about Donald Sutherland?

  • Phil Parma

    Nice to look back at a time when actors could have an easy charm and not depend on abs and pecs to secure their way into franchise films.

  • Reverent and free

    Had another look at the Notebook last night. Garner is pretty much single-handedly responsible for elevating the film out of TV movie of the week territory (it’s an unfortunate reminder of Gosling’s shortcomings as a leading man). That look of visceral anger mixed with grief on Garner’s face when Rowlands digresses before his eyes temporarily makes the movie taste raw and real.