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My Brush with Greatness

Bart, I sent this before, but maybe you missed it (or rejected it! ).
Anyway, forgive me for sending again.

I will print every 'greatness' story that comes in.

I was extra on the set of "New York, New York" in '74  starring Robert De niro.
We were at MGM studio in the outdoor city set from 6 in the evening to 7 the next morning.

It was about 2 in the morning on the set. There were thousands of extras for the street scene and
for some reason during a break, De niro was wandering around alone but no one seemed to notice.

I could not miss the opportunity to have an exchange with such an iconic personality so
I sauntered next to him and asked "So, how's the movie going?". Bob said "Good".

Not wanting to overdo it, I smiled and left.

And that was my conversation with one of the world's greatest actors.
 Rick from Fullerton CA


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