Joan Marshall

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VIDEO: Dead Man’s Shoes

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Dead Man’s Shoes
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Length: 24:51
Aired: 1/19/1962

A homeless man takes the shoes of a dead gangster and steps into his life. watch

VIDEO: The Twilight Zone: Season 3 (Original Series): Dead Man's Shoes

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The Twilight Zone: Season 3 (Original Series): Dead Man's Shoes
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Length: 24:42
Aired: 1/19/1962

A homeless man takes the shoes of a dead gangster and steps into his life. watch

VIDEO: Dead Man's Shoes

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Dead Man's Shoes
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Length: 17:44:59
Aired: 1/19/1962

A vagrant steps into a murdered gangster's expensive shoes and is taken over by the dead man's ghost, who vows to remain on Earth to seek revenge against his killer. watch

Videos

Shampoo
Looking For Love trailer
Open, She's Not A Girl
Somebody Gets Me

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Credits

Year Title Description
1975 Shampoo Movie, Actor - Mrs. Schumann
1968 The Horse In The Gray Flannel Suit Movie, Actor - Mimsey
1967 The Happiest Millionaire Movie, Actor - Maid
1964 Looking For Love Movie, Actor - Miss Devine
1963 Tammy And The Doctor Movie, Actor - Vera

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Why are actresses playing ...

Question: Why are actresses playing transsexuals in movies lately? First Felicity Huffman and now possibly Catherine Zeta-Jones. I think it's completely ridiculous/offensive that these roles aren't being cast with actual transsexual actors. Not only would that be a wonderful way to represent more diversity in Hollywood, but it makes sense to cast someone whose own life is the same as the character's. Being a transsexual is not a mere lifestyle choice that an actor can emulate; it's a gender. This new trend is like having a man play a woman, a woman play a man or even having one race play another — a practice I thought had finally left Hollywood.Answer: First, I need to point out that even by the laziest J-school standards, it takes three instances to make a trend. Right now we've got one confirmed instance — Felicity Huffman as a fictional pre-op transsexual in Transamerica read more

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