Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/11/21

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Subject: Re: [Leica] TIM PAGE
From: "John R. Fulton Jr." <>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 19:37:20 -0600
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Actually, Dennis Hopper was a pretty good photographer himself. I 
just saw some stuff from the 1960's that was pretty interesting. He 
had a  lull in his acting career and worked on his still photography 
for a while.
Sorry about the Apocalypse Now reference to Tim Page. I thought it 
was him. I didn't realize that Jim Marshall was a war photographer. I 
always thought he spent his time in the trenches of rock & roll.

>"John R. Fulton Jr." wrote:
>>  I believe Dennis Hopper, the whacky war photographer in Apocalypse
>>  Now, was modeled after Tim Page.
>>  For what that's worth.
>from Jim Marshall's website:
>"After all, this was the man who attended (the original) Woodstock 
>Festival with
>a .380 Walther PPK in his belt. Who battled with Hunter S. Thompson over
>controlled substances. This is the man that Dennis Hopper claims to have based
>his character on in Apocalypse Now."
>Mark Rabiner
>Portland, Oregon USA
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