Pic of the Day: “Minnie and Moskowitz” revisited

It’s time to take another look at Tim’s amazing character Morgan Morgan, from John CassavetesMinnie and Moskowitz (1971). His five-minute appearance in the film is one of the greatest things to ever come out of that lush and verdant phenomenon known as Seventies Cinema.

The Carey/Cassavetes partnership was a great one. It’s a true detriment to the film world that they didn’t get to work together again after The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976). Do yourself a favor and take in these two films if you haven’t already. Or even if you have.

2 responses to “Pic of the Day: “Minnie and Moskowitz” revisited

  1. Marisa, I’m enjoying your blog posts about Timothy Carey, and all the interesting info about him! I’ll admit I’m mostly familiar with him from THE KILLING, but I’ve enjoyed his guest star performances, too, like his role on that IT TAKES A THIEF episode you posted. Also, thank you kindly for including me among your terrific Followers; I’m honored and flattered! Looking forward to seeing your future posts.


    • Aw thank you Dorian! Your blog is spiffy! I’m happy to have included it in the blogroll. And if I have enlightened even one person about the awesome force of nature that was Timothy Carey, then I’ve done my job. Thanks again so much!! xo


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