"That's Typing" Tuesday, in which I share unpolished, unpublished writings from my vast store of unpolished, unpublished writings. On Tuesdays.
Somebody—possibly George Orwell—once observed that a man gets the face he deserves by age fifty. Here are some famous actors at that age. Are these the faces they deserved? You make the call.
Humphrey Bogart (In A Lonely Place)
James Cagney (with Virginia Mayo) (White Heat)
Douglas Fairbanks (The Private Life Of Don Juan)
Henry Fonda (Mister Roberts)
Cary Grant (age 51) (To Catch A Thief)
Robert Mitchum (age 49) (with John Wayne) (El Dorado)
Jack Nicholson (The Witches Of Eastwick)
William Powell (age 49) (with Myrna Loy) (Shadow Of The Thin Man)
James Stewart (Vertigo)
Spencer Tracy (with Joan Bennett) (Father Of The Bride)
After the Silents: Peter Pan (1960)
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