From Babylon 5,
and Scarecrow & Mrs. King.
and How the West Was Won,
The Gambler movies,
and Bring 'Em Back Alive!
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Send fan mail to the Official BB Fan Club at
Box 5513 Sherman Oaks CA 91403
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STARTING JANUARY 23,2005
Here's a quote from Mira Furlan, who plays Delenn in Babylon 5!
TV Guide Online Bulletin Board 1/98: "I love working with Bruce. He's a wonderful actor. We had so many of these moments that happen so rarely, where your heart opens up and something wonderful happens. And you do it with some actors. With some, you can never reach that point because they never, they just don't have the capacity to open up emotionally. Then you somehow have to invent that stuff for yourself. You kind of play with yourself which is no fun."
|Good Bruce||Bad Bruce|
Alison and Claudia's Favorites
Former Commander of Babylon 5
and President of the Interstellar Alliance,
See my Visit to the B5 set
|And of course, there's TRON
...I love this groundbreaking classic from 1982. It recently had a limited release in 70mm for a special screening in L.A. It has wonderful moments - not to mention spandex britches!
Who could resist?
|Very dear to my heart is
This western ran from 1976 to 1979,
Visit my HTWWW pages on the above link.
|... Then there's Bring 'Em Back Alive
from the Mustache Years!
Derring-do, fisticuffs, exotic women, and even Maltese Falcon references!
My compliments to the wardrobe dept. for devising The Towel That Won't Fall Off, even during hand-to-hand combat!
This show ran during the 1982-1983 season.
We must not forget the Hot 80s
|Passion Flower (1986)
||Red River (1988)|
Always the cowboy
photo by Kenny Rogers from Your Friends And Mine
|ARCHIVISTS NOTE: in
1972 and 1973
our man starred on stage in "Status Quo Vadis." Reviews from the
Post and the New York Times are posted on the Library
There you can also see pictures from Bruce's high school plays in 1966 and 1967.
Visit my Illustrated Filmography page for informaton about this performance, including scans of the Playbill from the Broadway production! (Thanks to Karen L.)
The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1973)
We would like to thank Mr. B. for all his work
and for the work yet to come.
if he had lived LONGER
than 20 years
Countdown to Mr. B's next birthday.
More Bruce pages on the SITE INDEX
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