Nick Nolte in Santa Monica. (September 4, 2012) -Photo: Bauer-Griffin, Fame/Flynet, Getty, INFdaily, Pacific Coast News, Splash News, WENN
I’ve an uneasy feeling that he has a hole cut in the back of that ukulele.
“I’m gonna play you a song, it’s the first song my daddy played for me. I was six years old and my daddy said it was time I learned to drink like a man. So he pulled out a bottle of whiskey, sat down, started playing me this song and we drank all night until the sun came up.”
Nolte is sooooo method. Who knew they were remaking Down and out in Beverly Hills 2….
Just drop the quarter in the fuckin’ hat already!!!
I’m pretty sure this is how “Deliverance” started.
I remember back when I was younger, when your grandpa and Eddie Murphy used to ride the rails and sleep in hobo towns all across the U.S. Back in those days, all we could afford was beans–“Hoover Beans” we called ’em. Weren’t no work to be found.
At least that’s how I remember it.
Nick Nolte shooting a scene for “Gulliver’s Travels”.
“Hey Mister, I think that’s my Fisher-Price Pluck-n-Play you got there.”
“Let me tell you about the time I killed a hobo to get an erection.”
“Mister Nolte, can I please have my toy guitar back? You’ve played that song “Heegleth Bitthel Btomth” or whatever your saying for two hours now.”
He’s singing for his supper.
Nolte: You know kid when I was your age…
Kid: I just want the guitar… to smash your face in before you start the same story again.
Those new Country Bear Jamboree animatronics look so fake…
And here I was thinking is voice was so fucked up because of smoking when he’s just trying to steal Tom Waits look after all.
“Kid, let me tell you about the time I shit my pants on the Bumper Cars…”
Look kid…I just found this here little guitar and backpack sitting here. Maybe they were yours, and maybe they weren’t. But it’s about time you learned “Finders keepers, losers weepers!”
Mithter, I know a bitch hath to busk, but you’re in ma chair.
The little boy’s mother told her son “Give the blind, homeless blues player a quarter. He looks like he’s sobering up”.
anyone else imagining the opening notes of Dueling Banjo’s…but like they were played by a drunken hobo, instead of a redneck inbred?
Not sure what that difference would be, but I’m sure it’s subtle.
The lead singer of Blues Traveler, circa 2030
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