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Robert Duvall Discusses His Life and Career.

Actor Robert Duvall. His roles include his film debut as Boo Radley in "To Kill a Mockingbird," a crazy colonel in "Apocalypse Now," counsel to the mob in "Godfather" I and II, and a country singer in "Tender Mercies" (for which he won a Oscar). In all he's acted in more than 50 films. His latest is "A Family Thing," in which he co-stars with James Earl Jones.


Other segments from the episode on April 15, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 15, 1996: Interview with Robert Duvall; Commentary on drums and rock music; Interview with Walter Murch; Review of the television program "Saturday Night Special";…


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