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whatever else. For that, I’ll always be grateful to him. The last time I saw Norman was after the screening of ''Tough Guys Don’t Dance'' (1987) at Lincoln Center in the summer of 2007. After the panel discussion between you, Norman and Michael Lennon, I went up to the stage to say hello to him. In spite of the canes, he struggled to get up from his chair and introduced me to Mike by saying,‘Lana was an editor on ''Beyond the Law'' and ''Maidstone''. Isn’t she beautiful?’ That’s Norman ...
whatever else. For that, I’ll always be grateful to him. The last time I saw Norman was after the screening of ''Tough Guys Don’t Dance'' (1987) at Lincoln Center in the summer of 2007. After the panel discussion between you, Norman and Michael Lennon, I went up to the stage to say hello to him. In spite of the canes, he struggled to get up from his chair and introduced me to Mike by saying,‘Lana was an editor on ''Beyond the Law'' and ''Maidstone''. Isn’t she beautiful?’ That’s Norman ...
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