St. Crispin’s Day Speech from Shakespeare’s “Henry V”.
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George McFly appeared in all three Back to the Future movies, but Crispin Glover only played the role in the original film - and here's why. Prior to starring in Robert Zemeckis' time-traveling classic, Glover had mostly appeared in a variety of TV shows in small roles, with his most notable performance was in Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter.
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Biography. Both onscreen and off, Crispin Glover earned notoriety as one of the most infamous oddballs in Hollywood, garnering vast critical acclaim for his bizarre character turns and intense performances. Crispin Hellion Glover was born September 20, 1964, in New York City. After his family's late-'60s relocation to Los Angeles, he began acting while still in elementary school, and by the.
Crispin: The Cross of Lead is a 2003 children’s historical novel by American author Avi, the first in a trilogy. It was followed by Crispin: At the Edge of the World in 2006, and the trilogy concluded with Crispin: The End of Time in 2010. Crispin, young boy lives in England in the year 1337. Declared a fugitive by the village steward, he.
Crispin Glover, Actor: Back to the Future. While he's never been a typical leading man, Crispin Glover has distinguished himself as one of the most intriguing personalities in the movie business. His unusual characters and personal projects have inspired a cult-like following that has dubbed him both madman and genius. The son of actress and dancer Betty Glover and actor Bruce Glover.
Willard is a 2003 American horror film co-written and directed by Glen Morgan and starring Crispin Glover, R. Lee Ermey and Laura Elena Harring.It is loosely based on the novel Ratman's Notebooks by Stephen Gilbert, as well as on the novel's first film adaptation, Willard (1971), and its sequel, Ben (1972). It was not billed as a remake by the producers, who chose instead to present it as a.