I love people named Peter

Peter O’Toole, Peter Sellers, Peter Bogdanovich, Peter Dinkledge, Pete Doherty, Peter Facinelli, Peter Fonda, Peter Frampton, Peter Gabriel, Peter Gallagher, Peter Graves, Peter Hook, Peter Jackson, Peter Jennings, Peter Krause, Peter Lorre, Peter Sarsgaard, Peter Stormare, Pete Townshend, Peter Weir, Peter Wingfield, Pete Yorn and many, many more.

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Guru: Who are you? Do you know who you are?Harold Fine: I’m trying. Guru, I’m really trying.Guru: When you stop trying, then you’ll know who you are.Harold Fine: Well, I’m trying to stop trying.Guru: Good.

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Happy Birthday Peter Sellers, CBE (8 September 1925 – 24 July 1980)
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Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
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The Bow Tie Crowd.
Peter O’Toole.
Peter O’Toole ca. 1950.
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Peter Lawford and Bette Davis have a disagreement in Dead Ringer (1964)
I’ve always thought of O’Toole as a complex, tripartite character invented by JM Barrie. He’s capable of seducing with the irresistible, innocent charm of Peter Pan. He can produce a nonchalant, urbane sophistication worthy of Mr Darling, before intentionally self-sabotaging with Captain Hook-like flashes of dangerous, deranged derring-do. You never quite know which personality to expect.