thank you! I’m sorry but I don’t know which picture you are referring too..
can anyone else help out?
Jimmy was also very nearsighted. He could barely see four feet in front of him. He thought that it helped him tremendously as an actor because he had to imagine everything that was happening beyond that point. I remember sitting in the commissary at Warner Bros. at a table with Jimmy and Natalie, and Dick Davalos, who played Jimmy’s brother in East of Eden, came and joined our party. I thought Jimmy was being very rude to Davalos. He didn’t say hello and didn’t acknowledge his presence. When Dick started having a conversation with Natalie, Jimmy said, “Davalos, is that you?” Dick said, “Yea, its me,” sarcastically. Jimmy said, “Wow man, its you,” and he got up and hugged him. “I couldn’t see you man, I left my glasses in the trailer.” I’m not sure whether Davalos, who had been sitting at the table for ten minutes, ever believed him or thought he was just doing a number. - Dennis Hopper
Corey Allen, Dennis Hopper, and James Dean in a wardrobe test for Rebel Without a Cause.
oh, is it that gif of them from the wardrobe/screen test? sure, I can post some screencaps from it :)
Thanks for letting us know! aww and thank you again :)
James Dean photographed by Dennis Stock, 1955.
thanks so much! oh I just checked their website and I see what you mean - on their original list for “100 Years, 100 Movies” Rebel Without a Cause was #59, and Giant was #82. but they also have another list for the “10th Anniversary Edition” and it looks like his films didn’t make that list which is ridiculoussssss. also James Dean is #18 on their “100 Stars” list so that’s strange that his films aren’t there?? ahhh idk
Tonight, I even tried to buy your love, but now I don’t want it anymore… I can’t use it anymore. I don’t want any kind of love anymore. It doesn’t pay off.
I would like to help out your ‘friend’ by sharing my favorite scene from Giant:
From the beginning of his career as a New York television actor, Jimmy received enthusiastic responses, even for his earliest roles. “You should read some of the letters I got,” he told Bill Gunn, “from old ladies watching television. They tell me about how they want me to wear tighter pants. They have this television club of ladies from fifty to seventy-five and they sit there checking the cats out, then write these dirty letters. Its really hard to believe.”