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Tom M Comments: An enthralling depiction of what goes on inside the author’s head. You WILL be amazed by the crazy things he can think up – such as a bald man! Or a woman!
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It’s the only way to travel through space. In a giant Peter Falk face.
Inside the mind of Lorne Greene: Karl Malden and Marsha Mason! Let’s get cosmically middle aged!
It’s amazing how thoroughly the artists of the 70s mastered the art of making covers that are physically painful to look at.
Reminds me of the time I went to sleep in the road and woke up with a huge tyre-track running right up the middle of my face. I went to the psychiatrist for help, but he said: ‘there’s nothing medicine can do you for. I’m afraid YOU’RE A CYCLEPATH.’
I thang you.
Wonder what the fact that his face is split down the middle has to do with the title.
“A very different episode of TAXI — starring Judd Hirsch, as you’ve never seen him before, in: ‘The Night the Driver Cracked’.”
One facelift too many…
That hair…must count every strand…one…two…three…four…
It’s 264 hairs. (And one seriously dedicated artist.)
If I owned that book, I would be seriously tempted to cut out the two face halves and reassemble them.
If I were Judd Hirsch, I’d be pleased that people remembered my 1970s TV heyday.
And what, no gags about splitting headaches?
So am I the only one who saw John Colicos, the original Baltar? http://www.galactica.tv/battlestar-galactica-1978-main-cast/john-colicos-baltar.html
I guess you were, Carolyn B. (Similarly, I may be the only one who saw Freddie ‘Parrot Face’ Davies – http://www.stageoneproductions.co.uk/images616/Freddie.jpg)
Actually, he looks quite ‘ON centre’.
i don’t know if i’m the first to notice, but the face is federico fellini’s
The many faces of Federico Fellini:
I see your point, sal, but I’ll stick with Freddie Davies. Or John Colicos.
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