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    Actor Martin Landau dies at 89.

    We have lost another fine actor. RIP Mr. Landau.

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    Can't say I am shocked, on account of his age, but he was damn fine actor.

    As I was too young to have watched him in Mission: Impossible (I discovered the series through re-runs of the 1980's version, which I still like), I remember him mostly for the part of sleazy (and hinted to be sexually ambiguous) henchman Leonard in North by Northwest, as well as equally sleazy Dr Alvin Kurtzweil on X-Files: the movie. But above all, it's his portrayal of washed-up Hollywood foreign horror star Bela Lugosi (which got him an Oscar, I think) in Tim Burton's Ed Wood that I am the most fond of. All his lines are priceless in that one, and delivered with such passion that it gave me more than once the impression I was watching the actual Bela. Too bad there was no one to play Boris Karloff, but shhhhhh! Those who have seen the flick will get the joke


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    This is very sad news. Rest In Peace, Mr. Landau.
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    A performance of Landau's that stands out for me is his turn--alongside the incomparable Jack Palance--as a homicidal escaped mental patient in the far-from-formulaic 1982 slasher film Alone in the Dark. This scene from the flick illustrates his talents for campy menace, as well as proving that road rage is hardly a contemporary plague:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tenebrae View Post
    Can't say I am shocked, on account of his age, but he was damn fine actor.

    As I was too young to have watched him in Mission: Impossible (I discovered the series through re-runs of the 1980's version, which I still like), I remember him mostly for the part of sleazy (and hinted to be sexually ambiguous) henchman Leonard in North by Northwest, as well as equally sleazy Dr Alvin Kurtzweil on X-Files: the movie. But above all, it's his portrayal of washed-up Hollywood foreign horror star Bela Lugosi (which got him an Oscar, I think) in Tim Burton's Ed Wood that I am the most fond of. All his lines are priceless in that one, and delivered with such passion that it gave me more than once the impression I was watching the actual Bela. Too bad there was no one to play Boris Karloff, but shhhhhh! Those who have seen the flick will get the joke
    I just watched Ed Wood for the first time approximately 1 month ago. On the news they said he had been best friends with James Dean. RIP Mr. Landau

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