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Old 01-21-2013, 06:03 PM   #51
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Sadly I can't find the interview, but actor Udo Kier(I've become a big fan of his over the years)said once that his dream role would have been to play Hans Beckert in Fritz Lang's M, if he was alive back then of course. Personally, I think he would have been great in that role.

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Sadly I can't find the interview, but actor Udo Kier(I've become a big fan of his over the years)said once that his dream role would have been to play Hans Beckert in Fritz Lang's M, if he was alive back then of course. Personally, I think he would have been great in that role.
Pretty cool. I think he would have been great too.

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Before going to the great Gene Wilder, Mel Brooks first offered the part of the Waco Kid in "Blazing Saddles" to John Wayne, who loved "The Producers."
The Duke liked the script but ultimately turned it down because he thought that his fans might be put off by it.
But he told Mel that he would be first in line to watch it

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Before going to the great Gene Wilder, Mel Brooks first offered the part of the Waco Kid in "Blazing Saddles" to John Wayne, who loved "The Producers."
The Duke liked the script but ultimately turned it down because he thought that his fans might be put off by it.
But he told Mel that he would be first in line to watch it
That's a good one. The Duke, a fan of Mel Brooks.

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Yeah, I had no idea either lol.

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