Robert Duvall goes for 'A Night In Old Mexico'

"One of the best characters I've had in my life..."
BYBrian B. | January 2nd, 2004

A Night In Old Mexico: According to U-Daily News Robert Duvall will be taking on "one of the best characters I've had in my life" in late spring, when he starts filming the modern Western A Night in Old Mexico.

"It's an original script written by Bill Wittliff, who wrote the adaptation of 'Lonesome Dove,"' reports Duvall. "It's about a guy who is going to have his ranch and everything taken away because the bank foreclosed, and he gets his grandson and his son he hasn't seen in years and heads to Mexico for one last hurrah in a whorehouse. It's a raging-against-old-age statement."

Stay tuned for more on this project...

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