Posted by WALLACE from spider-tp073.proxy.aol.com on September 14, 1998 at 23:53:14:
In Reply to: Re: Would you be here given Tom Selleck, and who in the past (30s to 70s) could've done Indy? posted by Professor Moriarty on September 14, 1998 at 20:55:07:
: : Highdely-ho, Indy fans. Thing #1) Would you be here praising Tom Selleck were he Indy instead of Ford (rules!!!)? And Thing #2) If the Indy concept were brought to light some-odd decades ago, who could've made it possible? A sore thumb for a forties-fifties Indy would be John Wayne maybe. Who'd have directed him/the other Indy?
: I would have to probably say yes, because as much as I like Harrison Ford, It is the character I love, not him. It probably sounds cheesey, but I think Alfred Hitchcock would have been a great director at the time, due if not entirely to his mastery of suspence. My first choice as Indy would have to be Gregory Peck.
: Professor Moriarty
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