Ray Carney  

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"Interviewer: Can you describe the missing scenes in more detail?

Ray Carney: Sure. In Husbands, it's the end of Leola Harlow scene—including all of Red Cullers' singing “Brother, can you spare a dime?” and “Brooklyn” – and the beginning of the scene with Falk and Cassavetes in the bathroom. In Minnie and Moskowitz, it's one where, after he gets thrown out of the bar, Seymour goes home with Irish and spends the night in the red brick basement apartment."[1]

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Raymond Carney (born February 28, 1947) is an American scholar and critic, primarily known for his work as a film theorist, although he writes extensively on American art and literature as well. He is known for his study of the works of actor and director John Cassavetes. He teaches in the Film and Television department of the Boston University College of Communication at Boston University and has published several books on American art and film.





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