Who Won the 1972
Golden Globes Movie Actor Drama

Gene Hackman

("The French Connection")

1971 Golden Globes Movie Actor Drama Winner
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Traveling Back: Aug. 16

Green Bay Press Gazette
At the movies: “Death Becomes Her” with Goldie Hawn, Bruce Willis, and Meryl Streep and “Unforgiven” with Clint Eastwood and Gene Hackman. Deaths: Beverly Starnes, 67, Baileys Harbor; John Walsh, 73, Sturgeon Bay; Harvey Gunnlaugsson, 84, Algoma; ...

1972 Golden Globes Movie Actor Drama Winner Gene Hackman News

Influential Beatty-Dunaway film was a misfire at first 'Bonnie and Clyde' at 50

Youngstown Vindicator
... an up-and-coming star then – fought for it. He developed the film and negotiated himself a remarkable 40 percent of the profits. He brought in Robert Towne to doctor the script and cast a young actor he had previously shot one scene with: Gene Hackman.

1972 Golden Globes Movie Actor Drama Winner Gene Hackman News

Stop Me if You've Seen This One Before or A Day No Brennamans Would Cry; Reds 2, Cubs 1

ChicagoNow (blog)
You know…where Gene Hackman is told that the “sun don't shine on the same dog's ass everyday, but, mister you ain't seen a ray of light since you got here.” He's just not been good since coming over from Detroit. He got himself in trouble by walking ...

1972 Golden Globes Movie Actor Drama Winner Gene Hackman News

Themes Of "Bonnie And Clyde" Loom Large 50 Years Later

WAMC
Also delivering standout performances are Gene Hackman as Buck Barrow and Gene Wilder, as a hapless undertaker, in his first film role. Penn also deftly implicates the audience when he shows the gang taking in the memorable “We're In the Money” scene ...

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