Sudo Nonimus wrote:
Quinn was a versatile actor, by the way. He has played, apart from Arabs, several Greeks and many more nationalities, among them Native American, French, Hun, Jew, Italian, Mongol and even an Inuit.
Quinn was Irish-Mexican, a powerful combination. But it always seemed to me that he often played different ethnicities with much the same mannerisms. Sort of Zorba the Mongol. But for all that, he was always one of my favourites. One of his best roles was in a movie called Flap, based on a very funny novel entitled Nobody Loves a Drunken Indian, which was too politically incorrect a title to transfer to the screen. Also, his performance was the only good thing in the film.