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"[Kenneth] Tynan made a name for himself by his precociousness, and maintains it by being even more juvenile now that he is older. With this upside down performance, he succeeds in towering feet and ankles above his contemporaries," - Frederic Raphael, Personal Terms, noted by Clive Davis.

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