Source:The Daily Review- Hollywood Goddess Goldie Hawn, being interviewed by ABC News's Barbara Walters, in 1982.
This photo is from the same Barbara Walters interview of Goldie Hawn in 1982, that originally on ABC as a Barbara Walters Special. But the video where the photo came from is not currently available online.
|Source:ABC- Hollywood Goddess Goldie Hawn, being interviewed by ABC News's Barbara Walters, in 1982.|
Airheads don’t produce hit movies by themselves which is what she’s done with Private Benjamin. Whatever you think of that movie it is one of the most popular movies of all-time. I see Goldie as the funniest actress of her generation, but Sally Field, Bette Midler and Diane Keaton, Kathleen Turner, come close. But because Goldie is so cute and her comedic timing she doesn’t need a script to be funny. She does that simply by being herself and how she carries herself.
I believe that Goldie gets the adorable airhead image because she’s so adorable with the baby-face and personality to match and in a lot of many and still today pushing 70, she’s still very funny and comes off as goofy. But you’re not going to find an actress/comedian this good and intentionally this funny who doesn’t have real talent and intelligence to go with it.
Goldie has worked with Chevy Chase, Steve Martin, Kurt Russell, all great comedic actors and I at least believe she’s always been the funnier person in those movies. Especially Housesitter with Steve Martin from 1992. Not a great movie by any stretch of the imagination, but she plays an adorable, funny, sexy, hippie and Steve Martin plays a some stiff stuck up snob in the movie.
I’m not saying that Goldie Hawn is the best actress ever, or even her generation. She can do dramatic work and has done that even though she probably brought her humor to those roles as well. But she’s great at what she does. She knows who she is and plays that very well. A gorgeous, baby-faced adorable sexy actress, with a great sense of humor and timing, to go with a quick intelligence.
Similar to a Joan Rivers, or a Carol Burnett she doesn’t try to do things that might be out of her range. But instead uses her great talent and gets the most out of it. Similar to John Belushi who was once asked: “Why do you only play comedic parts?” And Belushi said something to the effect: “Why not, someone has to make people laugh and I’m really good at it.” Goldie Hawn is a great comedic/actress who can play dramatic parts, but she’s successful because she makes people laugh.
You can also see this post on WordPress.
You can also see this post on WordPress:https://thedailyreview1975.wordpress.com/2015/09/19/drew-david-barbara-walters-interviews-of-a-lifetime-goldie-hawn-in-1982/?wref=tpReplyDelete