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Mel Gibson, great filmmaker, shame about the demons

By Ray Bennett LONDON – I’ve spent time with Mel Gibson, who turns 65 today, and always found him to be genial, open and likeable even though he gave me a clue about his demons in an interview in 1984. … Continue reading

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‘Prisoner’ star Patrick McGoohan dies at 80

LONDON – Mel Gibson told me that when was casting his Oscar-winning best picture “Braveheart,” he kept saying he wanted someone like Patrick McGoohan to play the vital role of William Wallace’s nemesis, Longshanks, King Edward I (pictured below) Finally, … Continue reading

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