DON MURRAY (84 - YEAR OLD HERO ON THE MOVIE)
A SPECIAL WEEK ALONG THE WAY
Murray came to the hands on interviews that brought San Francisco to several of his Hollywood history. However, Don Murray really was interested with the opposite Marilyn Monroe in the movie on "Bus Stop!"
MURRAY really wasn't in the Hollywood 50's - and he wasn't interested in being in movies.
He did the way things the way that he wanted -- the way that Murray wanted to work the way he wanted to be seen -- and paid for a price.
DON MURRAY'S CAREER began in the 60's. He was a great guy on and off the screen. They say that many doors where slammed. Murray had many doors slammed on him. He had two doors of Murray. Here are two: "The confessions of Tom Harris (1968) - and in the 60's "The Confessions of Tom Harris (68) - and the show was "Call Me By My Rightful Name ((1972)".
Don Murray always take away the characters away from them. The Tension takes some on - it's different on this screen. Some liked it - some didn't. I liked them.
Murray goes to the some of the films. There are Films as "A Hatful of Rain (1957)", where Murray likded "A Hatful of Rain" (1957) - where he played a heroin junkie from his wife, or "Advise & Consent" - in 1962...where he was a closeted gay man. Tsk - tsk - tsk. I think he is one of the best Actors around. Actually I think and know that many, many doors were pushed at his face. He's a great actor.
What a great terrific actor at most of the screens. The trend was represented in 1976 neo-noir and "Endless Love".
IT'S A "DON MURRAY" - UNSUNG HERE! THEY ARE GETTING MORE PLUS PROVOCATIVE PERFORMANCES - MARKED AS TRIUMPHANT! MURRAY DESERVED POPULARITY.
SHAKE HANDS - DAN MURRAY IN PERSON AT DON MURRAY' IN PERSON INTERVIEWED BY HIS SONS - CHRISTOPHER AND MICHAEL.
SIX STARS ON THE SCREEN ****** OR
SIX STARS - THE POWER OF PERFORMANCE