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February 3, 1991 | Elaine Dutka, Times film writer
S teve Martin has always been "out there." During his days as a standup comedian in the 1970s, the prematurely gray fellow in the white custom-tailored suit would face the audience with balloons on his head and go lurching across the stage with an attack of "happy feet." On the big screen, he portrayed a woman trapped in a man's body in "All of Me," and Cyrano de Bergerac as a modern day fire chief in "Roxanne." His new film, "L.A.
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February 3, 1991 | Elaine Dutka, Times film writer
S teve Martin has always been "out there." During his days as a standup comedian in the 1970s, the prematurely gray fellow in the white custom-tailored suit would face the audience with balloons on his head and go lurching across the stage with an attack of "happy feet." On the big screen, he portrayed a woman trapped in a man's body in "All of Me," and Cyrano de Bergerac as a modern day fire chief in "Roxanne." His new film, "L.A.
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September 11, 2005 | Elaine Dutka, Times Staff Writer
STEVE MARTIN does triple duty on the film version of his 2000 novella, "Shopgirl": He's the screenwriter, a producer and a star. The movie revolves around Mirabelle (Claire Danes), a lonely Saks Fifth Avenue employee whose life is intertwined with a charming, commitment-wary bachelor (Martin) and a hapless, young font maker ("Rushmore's" Jason Schwartzman).
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