During one scene, a particular Steven Spielberg appeared in the cult comedy “The Blues Brothers” airing this Sunday evening Art. With a mustache for the ceremony, did you see the director?
If you’re a cinephile, you can not miss Steven Spielberg’s little appearance in the cult comedy The Blues Brothers, which airs on Art this Sunday evening. The American director actually appeared for the duration of a short scene he directed just before 1941, with Don Ackroyd and John Bellushi, Bellowshi.
Spielberg, then in his thirties, with a mustache, plays a tax collector in Blues Brothers, who receives with satisfaction the money that both Jack and Elwood, the two heroes, came to give him as part of the film’s event. . A paragraph The video can be found here.
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