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To contribute to Closed Caption please use this link and thank you! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=ZcyRI3hROyg Another good source of information is a book called: Lee Marvin: Point Blank by Dwayne Epstein Publisher: Schaffner Press We are very sorry we left out some of his films. It would have been a 2 hour video if we mentioned every great film he appeared it. ha We loved them all and thank everyone for mentioning them. Thanks for Watching!
The Dueling Banjos scene from the 1972 American thriller film "Deliverance" by John Boorman.
Connect with me on Facebook: http://bit.ly/asd7QZ This video is so inspiring that I wanted to add it to my channel. This video simply proves that if you have a will, you can find a way. When this video was shot, Susan Boyle was 48 years old. She was unemployed and had never performed in front of a large crowed. Today she has a recording contract and recently was able to sing a duet with her hero. I'm posting this video as a fan of a woman that never gave up. Age is simply a number. Looks do not count. Having self-confidence is more important than what others think of you. Simply watching the crowd and the judges go from mockery to giving a standing ovation is beyond inspiring. In my opinion, you may not have a heart beat if you are not motivated to go after your goals / dreams after watching this video. Related Content: Chris Smith, Chris Smith Blog, Susan Boyle, Britain's Got Talent, I Dreamed A Dream, Motivation, Goals, Dreams, Determination, Inspiration, Never Giving Up, Audition, Singing, Talent Show, Live, Music, Television Show, Television Series, Female Vocalist
Digital ReMastered Soundtrack... He may not have had the best singing voice in the world but no one can better Lee Marvin singing "Wand'rin Star" from the hit 1969 musical "Paint Your Wagon"... One of those songs that once heard never forgotten and no one else can sing it like Lee Marvin did... :-) Took the 2001 digital remastered audio CD release of the soundtrack and matched it into the movie... it's never sounded better... :-)
The most generous people in life are those who spend their lives making others laugh and being happy... :-) When those same people can sing and make wonderful music too then they simply become some of the greatest people that ever lived... :-) Laurel and Hardy - The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine (1937)