Radio commercials (voice over) for Beamish stout (early 90s)
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Did You Know?
reviewed The Day of the Locust
(1975): "There's nothing specifically wrong with Donald Sutherland's performance. It's just awful." That was the most destructive, stupid piece of criticism I've ever received. I stopped reading reviews after that.
In the "making of" documentary for The Dirty Dozen
(1967) Special Edition DVD, Sutherland says the was one of the "last dozen", meaning he was not going to have many lines. However when they were preparing to film the scene where Major Reisman ('Lee Marvin' (I) (qV)) had to convince Colonel Breed (Robert Ryan
) that a general was among them, it was supposed to be Posey (Clint Walker
). However, ...
More often than not sports a beard