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Arch W. Hall Jr
Actor, Eegah! (1963)
Arch W. Hall, Jr., has a face that only a mother could love, and his body and mannerisms suggest nothing so much as a walking gingerbread man, or, to be more precise, the little white Pillsbury dough boy. His upturned nose with flaring nostrils, his beady green eyes, his blond greasy hair combed out over his forehead like a visor to protect his face from the sun—these images will remain imprinted on the mind of the viewer long after the film’s less disturbing visions have faded from memory. The script gives Mr Hall every change to make a fool of himself, and the young actor makes the most of each opportunity.
(Harry Medved & Randy Dreyfuss, The Fifty Worst Films of All Time)
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