Thank You, M.M.
Thu Feb 22, 2018 1:00am

Hi Mike--
Beautiful stuff! In particular, Fred "The Hammer" Williamson's comments were very spot on about L.V.C., both as a man and as an actor. If a genuine tough guy like The Hammer is extolling your style, then you're definitely doing something right! I did also get a kick out of Henry Silva's comment about how they'd go to Lee's house to eat whenever they were hungry. Lee sounds like he was a very well-rounded, kind person despite those steely features. Thank you for sharing this!


P.S.--Guess it's time to pop in TAKE A HARD RIDE!

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    • Thank You, M.M. — TheBad7, Thu Feb 22 1:00am
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