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September 14, 1989 | CHARLES CHAMPLIN, Times Arts Editor
When last seen, Lloyd Bridges was being a thoroughly unpleasant U.S. senator from Michigan, demolishing the prospects of the upstart auto maker Preston Tucker in Francis Coppola's "Tucker," the maverick being a threat to the senator's most important constituents, Chrysler, Ford and General Motors. The nice twist for the audience was that Tucker himself was played by Bridges' son Jeff. The performances were so fine you'd have thought they'd never been introduced.
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September 14, 1989 | CHARLES CHAMPLIN, Times Arts Editor
When last seen, Lloyd Bridges was being a thoroughly unpleasant U.S. senator from Michigan, demolishing the prospects of the upstart auto maker Preston Tucker in Francis Coppola's "Tucker," the maverick being a threat to the senator's most important constituents, Chrysler, Ford and General Motors. The nice twist for the audience was that Tucker himself was played by Bridges' son Jeff. The performances were so fine you'd have thought they'd never been introduced.
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