David Hare started things off… Died at 91. My very favorite role is his superbly named "Henry Puling" in Cukor's Travels with my Aunt.
Geoff Gardner The comic by play between McCowen and Vivien Merchant and her gourmet cooking in Frenzy sticks in the mind...
Kenneth Albert Calascione Perhaps my favorite scenes in Frenzy
David Hare Yes I think I agree. We re-watched last year with some other late Hitch's, and it suffers from Jon Finch's performance and another gruesome Brit Pop score by Ron Goodwin. The dinner table scene is classic, and the corpses in the potato sacks on the back of the truck ain't bad either.
|Vivien Merchant, McCowen, Franzy|
Eddie Cockrell A great actor. Saw him on the London stage in 1982 in Christopher Hampton's adaptation of George Steiner's "The Portage to San Cristobal of A.H." A spine-chilling, magnificent performance. And TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT is an unjustly low-profile gem.
|Maggie Smith, McCowen, Travels with my Aunt|