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Re: [Clive Cussler fan club] Matthew McConaughey IS Dirk Pitt (R)

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  • spikedchez@aol.com
    Matthew McConaughey may portray Dirk Pitt But he is no Dirk Pitt. And all the Hollywood Bullshit on the planet won t make it so! Every actor has fire in his
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 11, 2003
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      Matthew McConaughey may portray Dirk Pitt But he is no Dirk Pitt. And all the
      Hollywood Bullshit on the planet won't make it so! Every actor has fire in
      his belly. You dope's haven't even got a script yet your convinced the box
      office poison on two legs is the best possible Pitt. Mr. Cussler Please just pull
      the plug! Not every book has to be a movie, if they can't do it right don't do
      it at all. As my evidence....

      "Dirk Pitt relaxed and slouched in a swivel chair, stretching out his legs
      until his six-foot-three-inch body was on a near horizontal plane. Then he
      yawned and ran his hand through a thick mat of wavy black hair.

      Pitt was a lean, firm-muscled man in the prime of physical shape for someone
      who didn't run ten miles a day or look upon the exertion and sweat of
      bodybuilding as a celestial tonic against old age. His face wore the tanned weathered
      skin of an outdoorsman who preferred the sun to the fluorescent lighting of
      an office. His deep green, opaline eyes radiated a strange combination of
      warmth and cruelty while his lips seemed eternally locked in a friendly grin.

      He was a smooth article who moved easily among the rich and powerful, but
      preferred the company of men and women who drank their liquor straight up and
      liked to get their hands dirty."

      Excerpt from page 55 "Treasure"

      "You can fool some of the people...."
      A. Lincoln
      President and character from "Sahara"

      Sincerely,

      M. Notarian


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