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Max von Sydow, Swedish star of Bergman films, ‘The Exorcist,’ dies at 90

Filed under: Radio Today, Films and Video, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 1:41 pm

From the L.A. Times: Max von Sydow, Swedish star of Bergman films, ‘The Exorcist,’ dies at 90

von Sydow appeared on The Bob Edwards Show in February 2012 when he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for the film, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close. But as always, the conversation was wide-ranging dealing with his entire career. From the introduction:

And then we’ll hear from actor Max von Sydow who has has played his share of twisted clergymen—but kindly ones too—as well as Jesus AND the devil. von Sydow has been nominated for an Oscar for his role as The Renter in the film Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. But he’s not loud at all in the movie. In fact, he never speaks a word.

As always, the script/roadmap is included here as well. For a contemporaneous blog post about the von Sydow interview by producer Chad Campbell, see Bob Edwards Radio.

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