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Langella still managed to maintain a relationship with the actress for over two decades.She confided to him about the time that while walking through Bloomingdale’s, she caught sight of a friendly face. The two were both weekend guests of socialite Bunny Mellon’s summer home in Cape Cod during the summer of 1968.It occurred to him moments later that a gun to the head might elicit painful memories for the widow. He came upstairs drunk and thought he’d done it, but he hadn’t,” she told Langella. Though the two were never involved, he does speak about the effect the elderly woman had on men of all ages. Langella admits to sympathizing with Marshall and his wife, Charlene, whom Langella calls Marshall’s “life raft.” Astor, he says, was a “self-involved, non-maternal narcissist who had very little time for her one and only child.” In the end, Marshall only wanted “a mother to recognize her son as not just a name in her appointment book.” ELIZABETH TAYLOR In 2001, Taylor may not have been the beauty she once was, but she still had it, according to Langella.“That must have been very scary for you both,” she said, obviously stunned. “Get him on the phone.” Though 20 years Langella’s senior (and well into her 60s), a “number of racy phone conversations, not quite phone sex but certainly rife with foreplay” commenced. After the end of his relationship with Whoopi Goldberg, Langella was set up on a date with the 69-year-old, violet-eyed icon.She felt the urge to hug the stranger “until she realized that she was looking into a mirror.” She also boasted about Dustin Hoffman’s ardent acting during the making of “The Graduate.” “We just did the scene in bed and he was as hard as a rock. After too many diva-like scenes, Langella called their friendship off in 1991. Though they were from different worlds — she was White House royalty originally from Southhampton, he was a poor Jersey kid from Bayonne — they hit it off.Perhaps because of her lofty reputation, Langella made himself a fool around her. As the “Frost/Nixon” star dishes about the people he worked with over his 40-year career in his new memoir, Frank Langella reveals a penchant for veteran actresses.
And there’s a reason why he keeps the living out of his tome.But when the sets were struck, Goldberg and Danson were both in new and different places, emotionally and otherwise.By the time of the publicity tour or the movie, their public sightings had become too numerous—and affectionate—to ignore.Paul Newman, known for his impressive roster of charities as well as his film roles, was beautiful and dull, “like the Statue of David.” Richard Burton was a “crashing bore” who spent his time reciting poetry in a drunken haze.Charlton Heston, a “weak piece of wood,” lacked acting chops.