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Robert Duvall is staying put on Broadway
Publication:The Sun (1837-1992) - Baltimore, Md.
Date:Feb 22, 1977
 Abstract (Document Summary)

Robert Selden Duvall, whose face you may or may not recognize as the educated Mafia lawyer of "The Godfather," was talking recently about "Apocalypse," the movie he was making when he decided to return to the Broadway stage.


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