Steven Spielberg Inside the Actors Studio


Das ist so eins der Dinge, für das ich das Internet liebe. Steven Spielberg in der legendären Serie „Inside the Actors Studio“ von 1999. In zwei Teilen (in schrecklicher Qualität, sorry) nach dem Klick.

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  1. ChrisB

    Schade, die quali ist echt mies. Es gab diese Folge aber auch mal bei youtube. Wohlbemerkt “gab”…

    Aber sehr interessant, auch generell die serie

  2. rolf

    hi eure Email Adresse gewinnspiel(bei) funktioniert nicht …. ich bekomme eine Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender Nachricht … dabei wollte ich doch gewinnen :(

  3. Renington Steele

    Danke für die Info, Rolf, wir kümmern uns drum…

  4. Marty McFly

    Spielbergs Auftritt bei Lipton is genial! “Inside the Actor’s Studio” is eine dieser großartigen Serien, welche hierzulande sträflich vernachlässigt werden. Ab und zu kann man mal einige Episoden irgendwo im Nachtprogramm erhaschen (zuletzt auf WDR).
    Sowas gehört auf DVD veröffentlicht! Ich weiß das es bereits einige Episoden gibt…aber ich will alle Folgen!!!

  5. Claas

    Einer Euer besten Posts EVER!!!

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