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(Onion AV Club)   Sam Elliott's moustache sits down with the AV Club to discuss working with George Clooney's eyes and Patrick Swayze's chin   (avclub.com ) divider line
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2013-10-11 06:08:57 PM  
I like his style, but does he have to use so many cuss words?
 
2013-10-11 06:14:32 PM  
Hey Sam Elliot is the man.

He walks around town lookin' people in the eye, it's just someone slapping him in the face. He's just out there tryin' to make money like some goddam vulture.
 
2013-10-11 06:32:38 PM  

thamike: I like his style, but does he have to use so many cuss words?


Yes because he is Sam farking Elliot, a real cowboy.  That is not some made up persona, he really is a cowboy.
 
2013-10-11 07:22:22 PM  
He was pretty fun last night on P&R as the "anti Ron Swanson"
 
2013-10-11 07:23:50 PM  
It's Ron Dunne!
 
2013-10-11 07:27:50 PM  
It's really weird to see him in Frogs (which is streaming on Netflix) just for his 1973 lack of a mustache.  Also, acting with Ray Milland!
 
2013-10-11 07:36:41 PM  

JosephFinn: It's really weird to see him in Frogs (which is streaming on Netflix) just for his 1973 lack of a mustache.  Also, acting with Ray Milland!


First time I saw him on Mission: Impossible I had to do a double take.  I hadn't seen the credits, so I didn't know he was in it and then I heard his voice.  Who is that man with Sam Elliot's voice by no mustache???
 
2013-10-11 07:47:29 PM  
Headline sounds like it's from Vice_Is_Hip.
 
2013-10-11 07:56:20 PM  
He's done one movie without the 'stache, and there is an acre of lip up there.
 
2013-10-11 08:00:57 PM  

Tom_Slick: thamike: I like his style, but does he have to use so many cuss words?

Yes because he is Sam farking Elliot, a real cowboy.  That is not some made up persona, he really is a cowboy.


Wooo-motherf*cking-ooosh.
 
2013-10-11 08:52:46 PM  
I read the whole thing in his voice.
 
2013-10-11 09:56:26 PM  

thamike: Tom_Slick: thamike: I like his style, but does he have to use so many cuss words?

Yes because he is Sam farking Elliot, a real cowboy.  That is not some made up persona, he really is a cowboy.

Wooo-motherf*cking-ooosh.


Fairly confident I heard sonic boom as fast as it went by him
 
2013-10-11 10:16:28 PM  

Barton Fink: It's Ron Dunne!


Are you telling me your last name, or that this conversation is over?
 
2013-10-11 10:41:22 PM  

Tom_Slick: thamike: I like his style, but does he have to use so many cuss words?

Yes because he is Sam farking Elliot, a real cowboy.  That is not some made up persona, he really is a cowboy.


What the fark you talkin' about?
 
2013-10-11 10:46:25 PM  
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2013-10-11 11:29:49 PM  
I liked the good things he said about Peter Graves. Everything I have ever read or heard about Peter graves is that he was a fantastic human being and wonderful mentor to young actors. He was the real deal.
 
2013-10-11 11:45:09 PM  

Delawheredad: I liked the good things he said about Peter Graves. Everything I have ever read or heard about Peter graves is that he was a fantastic human being and wonderful mentor to young actors. He was the real deal.


And Graves had that...that voice.
 
2013-10-12 05:43:24 AM  

JosephFinn: Delawheredad: I liked the good things he said about Peter Graves. Everything I have ever read or heard about Peter graves is that he was a fantastic human being and wonderful mentor to young actors. He was the real deal.

And Graves had that...that voice.


Every time I hear Sam Elliott's voice now I get the strangest urge to drive a Dodge pickup truck.
 
2013-10-12 05:51:15 AM  
SE: I really enjoyed Nick. Not to belabor it, but he's a very smart guy. I left there with a couple of books that he passed on to me by a guy named Wendell Berry, and they're pretty heady stuff. Even though they're kind of simplistic on some level, they're really well written, and they're the kind of books that you've really got to work at to get into. I'm not a voracious reader, and I've been on kind of a fast track lately, so every time I sit down to read Wendell Berry at night, it's like, I've got to farking go back and find my way in, because it's really incredible writing. In the last two months, though, my wife Katharine's read both books. I'm still fighting my way through the first one! [Laughs.] That's all I can say about Offerman, other than that he's a farking great guy: He's a man of the earth, and he's a smart guy. He's going to make a big contribution to this game, I think. I'm actually going to go to a book-signing party for him. He's written a book. I have no idea what it is, but I'm up in Oregon right now, and we're going to drive back down to California to go to the signing.

As I was reading this all I heard was Sam Elliot's voice and pace..and it was awesome.  Try it yourself.  It is just incredible.
 
2013-10-12 08:48:35 AM  

docmattic: Every time I hear Sam Elliott's voice now I get the strangest urge to drive a Dodge pickup truck.


I guess you're fortunate that you haven't heard that Tokyo buttplug spot he did in '98.
 
2013-10-13 01:31:11 AM  

Lost_in_Korea: SE: I really enjoyed Nick. Not to belabor it, but he's a very smart guy. I left there with a couple of books that he passed on to me by a guy named Wendell Berry, and they're pretty heady stuff. Even though they're kind of simplistic on some level, they're really well written, and they're the kind of books that you've really got to work at to get into. I'm not a voracious reader, and I've been on kind of a fast track lately, so every time I sit down to read Wendell Berry at night, it's like, I've got to farking go back and find my way in, because it's really incredible writing. In the last two months, though, my wife Katharine's read both books. I'm still fighting my way through the first one! [Laughs.] That's all I can say about Offerman, other than that he's a farking great guy: He's a man of the earth, and he's a smart guy. He's going to make a big contribution to this game, I think. I'm actually going to go to a book-signing party for him. He's written a book. I have no idea what it is, but I'm up in Oregon right now, and we're going to drive back down to California to go to the signing.

As I was reading this all I heard was Sam Elliot's voice and pace..and it was awesome.  Try it yourself.  It is just incredible.


I went through the whole article and ended up reading every single one of his responses in his voice.

Makes for a rather long, yet not tedious, read.
 
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