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Comment by E.J. Mayton on March 9, 2013 at 6:08pm

DeeDee, I have James Dean's boxed set, lots of extras, commericals, his auditions and of course his movies.  The ironic commercial that he made when he talked about safe driving that the life you save may be his own, haunts me to watch that.  I adore James Dean, I love that he worked with Elizabeth Taylor, another star that I adore.  Thank you DeeDee, you are a real friend!!!! Love   E.J.

Comment by E.J. Mayton on March 4, 2013 at 5:18am

Love these visuals of James Dean in "East of Eden."  There are actors who have had years of experience, many movies, yet this young man stepped onto the screen and transported us through film into the soul of a character, there were no doubts as to the emotions we shared with him.  James Dean loved life and lived it greater than most and he gave us that life for those brief moments with his characters.  Thank you Jimmy.

Comment by E.J. Mayton on March 3, 2013 at 6:16pm

Happy to see DeeDee on board with James Dean.  Dean lived such a short life and yet his movies are excellent.  Who can forget the character of Cal in "East of Eden," a wonderful film from Steinbeck's book.  Dean's acting was raw and real, almost uncomfortable because of the emotion.  I wonder that he wasn't connecting with his confusion over his relationship with his own father in some of the scenes.  James Dean will live forever in film because of his talent. 


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