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Having seen it again, I can report that it's every bit as lively, as thoroughly hilarious and as consistently heart-tugging here as it was there, if not that much better for the cast members having enriched their performances while working at them longer.
A troubled teenager blinds three horses in a stable. A prosecutor plea-bargains treatment for jail time by calling in a favor with a child psychologist. At the end, both men undergo a catharsis. For the patient, presumably, it's a breakthrough. For the doctor, we're not so sure.
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Gore Vidal was so handsome I was stunned. His lips were thick and his eyes lingered as he spoke. There was a lazy sensuality
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Jerry was one of the legends of New York, not just the theater world, but the whole world of culture.
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