Film history is littered with proposed projects that seemed tantalizing in concept, but somehow never found their way before the cameras. But were these aborted efforts destined to succeed? Seriously, would Stanley Kubrick’s proposed biopic of Napoleon or Alejandro Jodorowsky’s “Dune” been instant classics? I think that some vigorous debates could be enjoyed on whether or not we should be fortunate those works never got made.
On this week’s episode of “The Online Movie Show,” Joseph Walsh talks about his early 1950s career as a child actor and his work with such stars as Danny Kaye, Frank Sinatra and Kirk Douglas.