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Larry Howe <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 30 Nov 2012 21:13:46 -0600
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Nick Offerman--exactly.  I've been wondering what was so familiar about him.  That's it. 

On Nov 30, 2012, at 7:27 PM, Effgen, A. B. wrote:

> I saw Kilmer perform his Twain at the Mother Church of Christian Science. I=
> 'm sure it's a work in progress, but he's playing Twain at 70 with a dose o=
> f his Doc Holiday and an abbreviated selection of the works Holbrook used f=
> or his stage act.
> If you want a young Mark Twain (40 years old) I say you go one of two ways.=
> =20
> Zach Galafanikis, with just a mustache, wanting to play the serio-comedic r=
> ole of a lifetime could do it. He's got the chops to play unusual, & Sam at=
> a young age went for unusual.
> But my money is on Nick Offerman from Parks and Recreation. He has the must=
> ache and the deadpan delivery actually comes from a drawl he grew up with i=
> n rural Illinois, not far from Clemens Hannibal. Plus he's a trained dramat=
> ic actor.
> Take that, Fredric March!
> ~+~+~+~+~
> Mr. A. B. Effgen
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> On Nov 30, 2012, at 6:02 PM, "Alan Kitty" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Kilmer has been working on it for about four years. There is a clip =3D
>> available online.
>> =20
>> =20