Laura Ingraham hosted Robert Duvall, Academy Award winning actor.
Duvall said "Seven Days in Utopia" said these redemptive films come his way and he acts on them. He said the main character chokes in his golf game and goes to a place called Utopia where Duvall's character counsels him and helps him get his life together as well as his golf. He said there are bad or boring movies but also some really good ones. He added that at least in our country that movies of all sorts can be made.
Duvall said he only keeps in touch with James Caan from "The Godfather". He doesn't see DeNiro or others because they don't have much in common. He said Billy Bob Thornton is probably a liberal but can sit down and chat with anyone. He said there are some conservatives in Hollywood such as David Mamet.
Duvall said he likes Mitt Romney as a candidate for 2012. Ingraham said she's supporting the nominee against Obama. He said he told Francis Ford Coppola that he romanticized the Mafia and therefore theys shouldn't be taken seriously as any kind of role model. He said his favorite role is "Lonesome Dove" and was made an honorary Texas Ranger. He said he was lucky to be both in "The Godfather" and "Lonesome Dove".