RARA-AVIS: Jim Doherty's worst nightmare

From: DJ-Anonyme@webtv.net
Date: 17 Apr 2007

From J Hoberman's profile of Elliot Gould (in relation to the Film Forum showing of The Long Goodbye):

"Gould maintains that, hardly satire, his Marlowe was Chandler's Marlowe: His nasal baritone has served as Marlowe's voice in a half-dozen books on tape and, owning the rights to one of Chandler's early Black Mask stories, he'd love to revisit the character."

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