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What An Act: Tommy Lee Jones As Ty Cobb

The greatest ballplayer — and bastard — of all time.

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In his first scene in Cobb, Tommy Lee Jones shoots through his bedroom door with a handgun and almost kills the sportswriter he just hired to write his autobiography. Then he shouts: “Come on in, I won’t hurt you!” That’s what I call a first impression.

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Akos Peterbencze

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