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A particular scene in Salesman makes one question the influence of the camera as it relates to performance. The main character, Paul Brennan (aka "The Badger"), drives his huge sedan around to different houses that allegedly expressed interest in the $45 bibles "The Badger" and his crew were peddling...
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(Not to get off the subject, but I did a google search on a "comparison of the worth of the dollar -1968 vs. 2007. These bibles would be the equivalent of $267 today, wonder why they're such a tough sell?) The Badger is constantly singing, whistling and even in skat style, "If I were a rich man" from Fiddler on the Roof...
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