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Mikko & Julie's first (prolly last cause we suck) Vlog PS we originally made this on MLK day.
Official excerpt of the Sarah Morris film Robert Towne 2006
rush hour traffic in new york chinatown
...for a critic to pass on an interview with Towne would have been malpractice. Towne is best known as the screenwriter of Chinatown, The Last Detail (1973) and Shampoo (1975), but he also did uncredited script doctoring on Bonnie and Clyde (1967) and The Godfather...
Writer, director, producer, actor. Born in Los Angeles, California, USA, and raised in the seaport town of San Pedro. Got his start acting and writing for legendary exploitation director/producer Roger Corman. Came into his own during the 1970s when he was regarded as one of the finest screenwriters in Hollywood. Began directing with mixed success in 1982. One of the best script doctors in Hollywood, he contributed crucial scenes to such films as Bonnie and Clyde (1967) and The Godfather (1972).
Spencer Thornton and Lauri Berger interview Robert Towne the screenwriter of the classic film, Shampoo, for their series SCREENWRITERS: on film airing on Showtime, ENCORE and STARZ networks
Or how i learned to stop worrying and love shampoo.
Hair Shampoo & Massage for short-hair lady
Relax and watch this wonderful head massage using oil...
Diane @ Paul Mole after shaving Brad Blanks from PLJ
More Chinatown shampoo
This is a video shot in studio 5 at Indiana University for SCAP. A comedic commercial for shampoo.
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...put it on and wear it out. Earlier in the day, screenwriter Robert Towne answered questions about his career - he wrote "Chinatown" and "Shampoo" - and those he'd worked with. Somebody asked what Tom Cruise was like. Towne, who wrote the first two "Mission:...
San Francisco Chronicle
American lady being shampooed in a Chinese barber salon
Shampoo in Chinese salon of an American lady
Interesting video of a lady being shampooed at a hair show in New York
A 1973 film starring Jack Nicholson, directed by Hal Ashby (Shampoo). Also featuring Otis Young and a very young Randy Quaid. Very, very funny with an undertone of seriousness that catches up to the main characters by the end of the film. Nicholson is fantastic, as usual, but it's one of his smaller films that was immediately overshadowed by "Chinatown" and "Cuckoo's Nest" that followed in the next two years, respectively. At the time of the film's release, it was a huge success and Nicholson's performance was regarded highly. Columbia then pulled the film from release, rereleasing it closer to Oscar time, but any buzz that had been generated had worn off by that time. Still, Nicholson was nominated as was Robert Towne, the great screenwriter, and Randy Quaid for Best Supporting Actor. Based on the novel by Darryl Ponicsan. Highly recommended.
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8-27-07 Getting a tattoo in Xinyu, where I will be teaching for the next year. I've already lived for two years in the neighboring city of Pingxiang, where I got several tattoos, but many of them have faded or were of low quality so I will be coming to this guy often.
Indian barber & clients at the Asian Gents Salon in Bin Mahmoud - Doha, Qatar
...King Live." Klein promptly reeled off Osama bin Laden, Frank Sinatra and, in a mild surprise, screenwriter Robert ("Chinatown," "Shampoo") Towne. Then he startled me by naming "24" star Kiefer Sutherland. On the other hand, perhaps Klein's lighthearted...
John Blank getting his hair washed in China.
...about a struggling Italian-American writer and his love affair with a Mexican waitress. Towne wrote ''The Last Detail," ''Chinatown," and co-wrote ''Shampoo," three flawless, cynical Hollywood movies about men who lose against one establishment or another....