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Re: I'm a Lumberjack by elina on 28 February 2008 8:24am
 
You're right, Judy, they were all hot when they were forty. I think Graham was especially hot. Hmm... has to be the voice.

It's funny, when I was a child, I loved John Cleese. Don't get me wrong, I still love his works, but somehow the magic has faded a bit. And for some reason, I used to mix Kevin Kline and John Cleese. So maybe it was really Kevin Kline I loved as a child.
(I think it's quite funny that John Cleese takes over Kevin Kline's role in the Pink Panther, when you know they made films together.)
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by sanna75 on 28 February 2008 12:57pm
 
I like Eric's voice too. A little nasal and I love the accent too. I love all the Pythons but Eric and Michael are my favorites. Mostly Michael of course, but Eric comes short after :-)
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by mrsthing on 28 February 2008 5:16pm
 
Kevin's hot, too. I like hairy men. And he's a wonderful actor.

I'll be interested to see Pink Panther 2. I didn't see the first one, but I heard it bombed. I suppose nobody can replace Peter Sellers, and he really owned that role.

I'll see PP2 in part because it was filmed in Boston, a city dear to my heart because I grew up near it. It was supposed to be Paris. I don't know how anyone could mistake Boston for Paris, but I guess I'll see when the movie comes out.
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by peripatetically on 28 February 2008 6:47pm
 
Kevin is a hotty, I agree!
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by fairygirl48 on 28 February 2008 8:11pm
 
I'm with you, Sanna! I'm 20 and wouldn't say no either. Michael was adorable in his younger days(see his 1980 railway program!)but these days he's devastatingly handsome. The gray hair works on him. It's that 'dashing older gentleman' look. Mmm.
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by sanna75 on 29 February 2008 12:35pm
 
Exactly! Dasching older gentleman" I like that :-) Don't forget "English" too :-) "Dashing older English gentleman" :-)
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by elina on 29 February 2008 9:57pm
 
Judy, The Pink Panther was OK. I prefer Peter Sellers, but Steve Martin was very convincing Frenchman :) And Kevin was hot, he is the only reason I could see that film again! Only thing I didn't like in it was Beyonce. I'm also waiting the PP2, and so is my sister, she loves Pink Panther, and I think John Cleese is her favourite Python so she gets both.

Talking about Kevin Kline... Have you seen film "De-Lovely"? He plays Cole Porter (not Monty Python's Cole Porter, the real thing). I loved it (but then again, I love musicals), I recommend it to everyone.
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by mrsthing on 1 March 2008 2:35am
 
Thanks--I think I'll rent it. My husband is on a ham radio contest all weekend, so I'll have a bit of freedom. :-)
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by Palin_Lover on 2 March 2008 2:02am
 
Same for me, Sanna...Mike's the best with Eric coming in closely second.
 
Re: I'm a Lumberjack by Lady April on 11 March 2008 2:46am
 
Heya! I am rather new to this awesome site. Very happy to see this particular discussion. Would it be wrong to post a youtube link I found of Michael and Eric?
 
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