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Hackman

Gene. born 1930, US film actor; his films include The French Connection (1971), Mississippi Burning (1988), Absolute Power (1997), and The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)
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He was nominated for an Oscar for best-supporting actor in 1971's The French Connection, as the police partner of Oscar winner Gene Hackman and for best actor for 1979's All That Jazz, the autobiographical Bob Fosse film.
In Hoosiers Gene Hackman notes that "most people would kill to be treated like a god, just for a few moments," so why wouldn't they inject a little testosterone or dope their blood a bit?
Walked onto the basketball floor of the RCA Dome and Gene Hackman was not instructing players to measure the height of the basket.
He's going to France, which is where British people tend to go if they've watched too much television or saw Gene Hackman in The French Connectionand fancy becoming a drug dealer in Marseilles.
IF THIS WERE A CHARLIE KAUFMAN SCRIPT about me writing a review of Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman's new film Adaptation, I, Andrew Hultkrans, Artforum critic, would at this very moment be crawling the walls of my barren apartment like Gene Hackman at the end of The Conversation, mentally tracing not merely every single moment of my own life but every single moment of the entire history of the universe that, in evolutionary terms, led up to this all-nighter I'm pulling because I have to write a review of this diabolically unreviewable film called--it's been careening around my brain for weeks like a Super Ball in a Cuisinart, but I'll say it again--Adaptation.
The couple are played by Warren Beatty and, in only her second film role, Faye Dunaway, while their gang includes Gene Hackman and Michael J Pollard.
We are pretty sure we know who he is -- Gene Hackman, on sick leave from "Hoosiers.
Revelations credits include Paramount's "Along Came a Spider," Ed Solomon's "Levity" starring Billy Bob Thornton, Freeman, Holly Hunter and Kirsten Dunst, and "Under Suspicion," a remake of the French film, "Garde a Vue," teaming Freeman with Gene Hackman, Thomas Jane and Monica Bellucci.
Heist BBC1, 12m't (Not N Ireland; Wales 12,30am; Scotland 1am) Gene Hackman heads a strong cast in David Mamet's gripping crime drama about a retired thief blackmailed into carrying out one last robbery.
Gene Hackman Career: After making the decision to get into acting in 1956, Hackman joined the Pasadena Playhouse in California.