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[on the Black Panthers movement of the 1960s] The goal of the government was to get all the leaders of the Black Panther Party in jail so that they could be killed systematically through prison violence, and that way they could stop what was a very powerful and evolving movement. I don't think we would have the kind of prison population now and what happens in this country with the gangs if the ...
After focusing for decades on film and television, Cromwell returned to the stage in March 2012, after an absence of 13 years, in the role of Pozzo in Samuel Beckett
's "Waiting for Godot" at the Los Angeles Mark Taper Forum. Prior to that, he appeared in Tom Stoppard
's "The Invention of Love" at the ACT Theatre in 1999.
Towering height and slender frame