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HAROLD ROWE HOLBROOK JR

About a year and a half ago, at the age of 92, the great actor Hal Holbrook announced his retirement from the role with which he has been most identified throughout his long and varied career: his perpetual rendition of Mark Twain, perhaps the finest writer America ever produced. At that time, Holbrook had been scheduled to hit the road for yet another tour of Mark Twain Tonight!, his self-realized one-man show that he first began performing when he was twenty-three. In those early years (and for some time thereafter), in order to transform himself into the seventy-ish author, Holbrook endured a three-and-a-half hour makeup job (more than twice as long as the show itself). Of course, over th

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