Appeared in "Suzuki Beane", a pilot for a proposed anthology series to be called "The Victor Borge Comedy Theatre."
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[on his role in Paris, Texas
(1984)] The whole film evolved on a very organic level. It almost had a documentary feel to it. It wasn't odd to be in the lead, I took the same approach as I would to any other part. I play myself as totally as I possibly can. My own Harry Dean Stanton act . . . I don't know whatever happened to Travis. I'd say . . . it's me. Still searching for liberation, or ...
Critic Roger Ebert
so admires him that he created the "Stanton-Walsh Rule," which states that "no movie featuring either Harry Dean Stanton or M. Emmet Walsh
in a supporting role can be altogether bad." Ebert later admitted that Dream a Little Dream
(1989), in which Stanton appeared, was a "clear violation" of this rule.