NBA playoff preview: Is Cavaliers-Warriors III inevitable?
New York Post
It recalls George C. Scott in his legendary Oscar-winning performance in “Patton” when the general implores a superior: “We're going to have to fight the Russians eventually anyway. It might as well be now while we've already got the army here to do it.”.
On this day: April 15
1971: At the 43rd Academy Awards, George C. Scott, a Best Actor winner for "Patton," becomes the first actor to reject an Oscar, claiming that the Academy Awards were "a two-hour meat parade, a public display with contrived suspense for economic reasons.
Sam Pollak: It's a shame in a way that fame just doesn't last
Oneonta Daily Star
There's this poignant scene at the end of the movie, “Patton,” where the general — portrayed by actor George C. Scott — is seen walking his ugly bull terrier, Willie — portrayed by an ugly dog — into the German countryside. We hear Scott's voice ...
A Presidential 'Present Laughter'
Google also informs me that George C. Scott actually starred as Gary Essendine and directed. I can't even picture him. (Yes, it could be me). The unknown Nathan was so rivetingly, hilariously, nakedly, vulnerably, real in his adoring duress that seeing ...