/ ˈrɛdfəd /


  1. RedfordRobert1936MUSFILMS AND TV: actorFILMS AND TV: director Robert . born 1936, US film actor and director. His films include (as actor) Barefoot in the Park (1966), Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), The Sting (1973), All the President's Men (1976), Up Close and Personal (1996) and (as director) Ordinary People (1980), A River Runs Through It (1992), and The Horse Whisperer (1998)

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We are talking about Redford one day, an actor Hitch admires.

Hitch knows damn well that Redford gets pretty much anything he wants.

The difficulty with Mr. Redford is, you see, as I understand it, he gets one million dollars a picture.

Nor was Robert Redford for his towering, largely dialogue-less turn as a stoic, shipwrecked badass in All is Lost.

About 20 minutes in, a thought occurred to me: Redford could get nominated for this.

Mr. Pigott has a delicious tenor voice, and Mr. Redford a fine barytone.

In the 'Redford burn of happy memories' they sailed ships richly laden with whin pods for vanilla, and yellow lichen for gold.

By his decision in regard to this play of Maeterlinck, Mr. Redford has of course conclusively proved his unfitness for his post.

With Mr. Redford, as the Times puts it, "any tinge of literary merit seems at once to excite his worst suspicions."

Is Mr. Redford capable of discriminating between what is artistically fine and what is artistically ignoble?





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