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Alec Baldwin Says Movies Are Abandoning Great Acting To Television

May 24, 2013

"When I started out in the early 80s, two-thirds of the movies made were very cast specific, meaning: 'We need that woman to play the psychiatrist and that man to play the judge.' Now that's down to one quarter. ... Cable TV is the bastion of great acting now." The Guardian (UK) 05/23/13 (includes video)

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