Audio Q&A: 'Unfinished Song' With Actor Terence Stamp | KCET
Audio Q&A: 'Unfinished Song' With Actor Terence Stamp
Actor Terence Stamp joined KCET Cinema Series host Pete Hammond after the screening of his newest film, "Unfinished Song." The film, a comedic drama about a widower's decision to join the quirky local choir of which his late wife had been a member, was the second in the KCET's summer installment of Cinema Series. It was quite the conversation. In addition to discussing working alongside co-star Vanessa Redgrave, Stamp shared many anecdotes about his long show business career, from the seven years he spent living in an ashram in India to his "X-rated" first encounter with Marlon Brando on the set of the original "Superman" film. (Yes, you read that correctly.)
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