Preacher man

Jacobs, Jason (2013) Preacher man. London, UK, Critical Studies in Television, University of Hertfordshire.

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Author Jacobs, Jason
Title Preacher man
Place of publication London, UK
Publisher Critical Studies in Television, University of Hertfordshire
Publication date 2013-01-25
Series CST Online
Total pages 1 Scholarly blog entry
Language eng
Subject Original Creative Work - Textual work
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Walton Goggins. What a name. Worthy of Dickens, everything about it just fits when you know his work: the Depression-era mountain-boy Sunday morning re-run buzz of the Christian name and the boggle-eyed hillbilly, gin n’ grog stutter of his family name. If you’ve been to the cinema recently you may well have noticed Goggins’s thousand-mile stare in action as Clay Hawkins in Lincoln and Billy Crash in Django Unchained. Thankfully there is more of him on television, the medium that really rewards fine acting over time, the only one in fact that allows artists to deepen, sharpen, elaborate...
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