One of our favorite interview subjects of all time, Elliott Gould, will be at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's screening of Mash tonight (Gould played Trapper John in Robert Altman's masterpiece satire). Gould spoke to Arts Beat about the film and also revealed he took the Long Island Rail Road, "It’s the first time I’ve done that, so I got to Penn. Station really early, so I could ask directions. Some of the policemen recognized me, and I bought my senior ticket to Montauk for $11, off peak. I sat in the waiting room with a lot of people, and occasionally somebody recognized me. It’s lovely, and it’s very important to be respectful of it and accept it." Aw, so cute.
Elliott Gould Takes The LIRR
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