ROBERT F. LYONS
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F. Lyons is the hidden bonus in Columbia's new box-office hit,
Straight. Audience's walk in fully expecting Elliot Gould to swipe all
the honors, but they come out with the character of a draft
dodging doper named Nick firmly etched in their minds. It may be
Gould's picture but a big piece of it belongs to
with Gregory Peck, James Gregory &
Fire, co-starring with
"Showiest role of the piece, the impulsive buddy, Luke, is expressively handled by well-cast Robert F. Lyons."
Robert F. Lyons
"What's unusual about Dealing is that it gives us something valuable in return--believable, sympathetic, very often funny people, among whom there is a boy who actually grows up before our eyes, just the way movie heroes used to, before such growth came to be considered impossibly corny. To my surprise, I became quite fond of him, and I think you will too."
Richard Schickel, Life
played 'good guys, bad guys, regular guys and some very irregular guys,'
always with a perceptible subtext beneath their spoken words. ...
(He) has been credited with outstanding performances in Ten to
Midnight and Getting Straight, as well as a dozen or so
other feature films. His television appearances have included Magnum
P.I., Quincy and Falcon Crest, along with an arm-long
list of TV's highest-rated programs."
Valley Life & Entertainment
Dark Night of
The Todd Killings
"Robert F. Lyons is remarkably
complex in his excellent portrait of the charming madman...."
Judith Crist, New York
"Lyons is a tour de force, alternately appealing and repellent, pathetic yet hateful."
L. A. Times
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