Keith Carradine Quotes

Keith Carradine Quotes.

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I wouldn’t call it [“Wild Bill Hickok”] an urban legend, but I guess I’d call it a rural legend that the cowboy was always soft-spoken, mild-spoken, well-mannered.
Keith Carradine
[David Milch] had say, “You have to understand that our history of western movies, what we’ve been doing in westerns since the movies began to talk, you had audiences that would be offended by certain things, and there was a cleaning-up of the way people spoke.”
Keith Carradine
You know, for an actor to come into the midst of that, it’s – It can either be difficult and somewhat unnerving, or it can be very embracing and like, kind of stepping into a nice hot tub.
Keith Carradine
But I love to be outdoors. I prefer being outdoors to, you know, being inside.
Keith Carradine
I think people start rumors because it creates interest and it makes people look at things and become more interested in what they’re looking at.
Keith Carradine
The Western genre is certainly something with which I’m familiar.
Keith Carradine
[Mel Gibson] played this kind of sadistic motorcycle cop. He was terrific. And he had this great sense of visual comedy.
Keith Carradine
Lee Marvin was just the best. Just the best. And that was the beginning of a friendship that lasted until he died. And the same with Ernie Borgnine. You know, I went up there and did that movie [Emperor Of The North] with those guys, and I actually was with Ernie the night that he died.
Keith Carradine
Well you know I’ve been fan of Tony Hillerman’s books for years.
Keith Carradine
One of the wonderful things about the actor’s life is that’s what we have the opportunity to do; we bring all these aspects of ourselves and of our personal lives into the work that we do.
Keith Carradine
I think time is elastic. There are moments in my life that are many, many years ago and yet I can conjure them as though it’s a second ago. And there are other things that happened maybe last week that seem like ages ago.
Keith Carradine
He was definitely known as the foremost man killer in the West; however there’s controversy about virtually every killing that he was known to have been involved in.
Keith Carradine
This [“Cowboys & Aliens”] was an occasion where a studio was willing to spend a lot of money to make a film set in that time and place, but the hook was that they were also going to have aliens from outer space!
Keith Carradine
I like the Western genre, I think it’s uniquely American.
Keith Carradine
When you get all this stuff on and you put on the guns and the hair, it has an effect on the actor. It tends to lend a certain something to the way you feel as you’re just walking around looking that way.
Keith Carradine