Talk:Campbell Scott

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Where did that photo come from? He looks like he's at Death's door!! I saw him in a couple films made only 2 years ago and he doesn't look nearly that old. My first reaction was that he's in old-age makeup for a role. Perhaps we could find a better, more representative photograph? Woodson

This rundown of Scott's work has overlooked one of the most important works of all: his direction and leading role in a film version of Shakespeare's Hamlet (2000). This is set in the post-bellum American South, and Scott delivers a fine performance, highly intelligent, and one of the most appealing and youthful of the many Hamlets. Scott is in full command of the material, and it is a very naturalistic, American version of the material. Most of the other characters are also excellent. A production unfortunately not well known, but available on DVD. This is also missing from the page on Hamlet film versions. [USer75.157.254.178 (talk) 07:39, 24 July 2008 (UTC)Bozorgg]

Is his full name George Campbell Scott, Junior? I haven't seen any documentation suggesting that, but a lot of "Juniors" who have famous fathers go by their middle names to distinguish their own identities and was wondering if he might be one of them.PhantomWSO (talk) 20:14, 5 January 2009 (UTC)