Tag Archives: Art Carney

Confusing the Role With the Actor

Years ago, I lived close enough to work that I could bike home for lunch. The young female clerical staff of our group ate a packed lunch in the building where they evidently had access to a TV set. We … Continue reading

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Harry and Tonto, the Movie

This is the story of an elderly man, Harry, traveling across the country with Tonto, his equally elderly cat. It is about learning to accept—and even enjoy—life’s inevitable changes. It is my all-time favorite movie and one of Art Carney’s … Continue reading

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