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  1. Andrew McCarthy, St. Elmo's Fire, 1985.     "They wanted that John Kennedy look - I guess I was too Italian," said the Perfect Strangers TV star...   who later incarnated that well known Italian comic, Stan Laurel!  
  2. Roberto Benigni, Son of the Pink Panther, 1992.    An Italian as the gormless gendarme-son of the far funnier gendarme-father.  Ah, but his mother was Italian, you see.  But no longer Elke Sommer, who was Maria Gambrelli in Clouseau 2: A Shot in the Dark, 1963, but Claudia Cardinale, the  Princess Dala in the first Panther 30 years previously. She was the owner of the titluar pink diamond,  not even mentioned in this greedy sequel which was as stupid as that… Also in the Junior mix: Rowan Atkinson, Tim Curry, Kevin Kline (Inspector Dreyfus in the 2005  Panther reboot with an execrable Steve Martin)  Bronson Pinchot (rapidly un-listed after his Blame it on the Bellboy flop) and a genuine Frenchman,  Gérard Depardieu.  Atkinson was marked “UK known only” when suggested for Detective Clifton Sleigh in Curse of the Pink Panther, 1983, another mess made after the 1980 death of the one true Inspector Clouseau, Peter Sellers.   But hey wasn’t  Benigni Italy-known only at the time?!
  3. Dennis Hopper, Alpha and Omega, 2009.   Change of voice for Tony, caught up in the tale of the, Blue Lagoon like wolves in what USA Today crtitic Scott Bowles called “one of those rarities in the modern era of Hollywood animation: bad.”  This was Hopper’s really last movie, his cancer killed him before the release  which was dedicated to him.
     




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