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  • Actress Natalie Wood appears with her husband, actor Robert Wagner, in 1980. (Associated Press)

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  • ** FILE ** In a Nov. 25, 1959, file photo, Natalie Wood and her husband Robert Wagner are made up for their roles in "All The Fine Young Cannibals," in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/DFS, File)

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  • **FILE** Actress Natalie Wood attends at the 51st Annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles on April 9, 1979. (Associated Press)

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  • "I hoped that I could be good in it," he said. "If you're an actor, you take parts as they come to you. When you read the script, you ask yourself, can I be good at it, and sometimes you're right, sometimes you're wrong."

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  • He said that during breaks in shooting, he took walks in the French Quarter and watched cargo ships and paddlewheel boats maneuver the winding Mississippi River outside his hotel window.

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