A Very Special Chorus Line


These leading men are a singular sensation! Who's your favorite? Who were you surprised to see? Who had you completely forgotten about? Who's still alive?

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  1. It may just be that I haven't had any coffee or codeine, but that was just depressing ... a jazz-hands version of the Bataan death march.

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    1. It was kinda sad, on a number of levels...

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  2. My favorite? James Coco!

    Surprised to see Lynn Swann.

    I had forgotten Peter Allen was so completely swishy. He makes the showgirl look dull.

    Surprisingly Christopher Plummer is still alive and churning out work. He gets bonus points for surviving Tammy Grimes.

    But it's Brad Majors that I'm most impressed has stuck around. His recent performance in Blast Vegas was award worthy in all of his silver daddy hamminess.





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    1. I was happy to see James Coco, too!

      Peter Allen definitely stood out in this crowd. Maybe that's why he went on first!

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    2. James Coco ... so underrated. (And often, hatefully, confused with Dom DeLuise. Not fair!)

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  3. James Caan, Roger Moore, George Segal and Christopher Plummer - more than enough for me! All (thankfully) still going in one shape or another... Jx

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  4. A) Robert de Niro was so cute.

    B) I love the ones who had to be towed along by their safety gay-girl.

    C) And Anthony Quinn who looked completely baffled. "Who are these people? What am I doing here?"

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  5. I definitely wasn't expecting John Lindsay.

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  6. Oh dear, Marcello!
    Even in 1982 he could get it.

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  7. Wow, night of a thousand toupees!

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