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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Tony Orlando
Quotes reflecting on the memory of crooner Andy Williams, who died Wednesday in Branson, Mo., after a yearlong battle with cancer. He was 84.
No one was more surprised than congenial crooner Tony Orlando at being asked to appear in the new Adam Sandler movie "That's My Boy" _ and as a rude and crude character, at that. Now he says he's caught the acting bug.
The 68-year-old Orlando says the idea to cast him in the film, which opens Friday, came about after running into Sandler at a birthday party for a mutual friend.
"I'm not too nice of a guy," Orlando admitted in a recent interview. "(Sandler) has me playing this kind of very wealthy, self-indulgent, overweight billionaire who thinks the world revolves around him. People think he's a nice guy but he's really turning it on."