Side note: Sean will probably be nominated for an Academy Award, but watch the role of Cleve Jones, played by Emile Hirsch.
I know Cleve, somewhat, so the first time I saw Emile in the movie, I zoned in on him immediately.
At a press conference Sunday morning, organizer Cleve Jones called the state-by-state approach a “failed strategy.”
Cleve Verney looked for a moment on the table, in the passing contagion of the good attorney's high moral tone.
Later, when Cleve helped Cunningham into his bunk, the latter asked about the crew.
Cleve had, therefore, to read these closely written despatches with more attention than even his friend Dixie read his Bible.
But Cleveland, or "Cleve" as he was then called, was not to be restrained.
When Cleve and Ellen, alone together, rode in, it lacked yet a half hour of the time set for trial.
Therefore Cleve had given him enough money in advance to put him in trim.
A very peculiar species which, as Cleve remarks, seems not to be allied to any other.