Did anyone catch the Terrence Stamp interview on NPR today?
I fell in love. Has he written a book?
I caught part of it, and had to go into work. You can find the transcript available on the NPR website
OP, rent FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD a 1960's epic with Julie Christie, Alan Bates and Mr. Stamp. He is hot in that!
Peter Finch, Posthumous Oscar Winner
[quote]OP, rent FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD a 1960's epic with Julie Christie, Alan Bates and Mr. Stamp. He is hot in that!
No, don't OP it's a dreadful bore and a big bomb of its time.
See Poor Cow & not just for him.
Did he write a book? I heard part of the interview and was fascinated. What was he plugging?
I have his three-volume memoir. Volume 1, Stamp Album, covers his family and childhood days. Volume 2, Coming Attractions, covers his drama school years and early days on tour and on stage in the West End. Finally, Double Feature, covers the time period from Billy Budd through his breakup with Jean Shrimpton.
They're funny and evocative of the period, and well worth reading.
I know he's written other books, but these are my favorites.