Robert Shaw, in loving Memory (1927-1978)

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Today, August 28th, is the 35 death anniversary of Robert Shaw, one of the greatest actors of history of films.

Today we are going to remember Robert Shaw with love and respect.

Robert Shaw  was truely one of the most gifted actors of all time.
He was a huge Star and a great Character actor.  It’s very rare to see an actor that is both a great movie Star and a great character actor at the same time.
Only Robert Shaw.  There is no actor like him.  He was a scene stealer.
Robert Shaw was an actor’s actor in Stage theatrer, television and movies.
When you see “Jaws” you don’t see Robert Shaw the actor, you see “Quint”.
In his Indianapolis monologue you believe him speak, you look at him at his face, his eyes and yes, you truly believe him.   That’s what makes the film “Jaws” a true classic…

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