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“Dennis was touring with singer Delbert McClinton, when according to fellow band member Kevin McKendree, his physical condition rapidly deteriorated.”
“Fireworks were to be launched from the top of the Space Needle in Seattle; in Houston, tens of thousands were celebrating at a party with country singer Delbert McClinton.”
“You know, Delbert McClinton is one of my favorite artists, so I would be remiss if I didn't ask you about how he got on this project.”
“I had it in mind for Winwood to do "Thirty Second Lover," and I also had Delbert McClinton down for "Right Around The Corner.”
“The day Delbert came, I don't think he was feeling so good, but he just championed it.”
“I'm very fortunate to have people like Bettye LaVette and Sharon Jones on the album to help us out--I can't thank my good buddy, Delbert McClinton enough.”
“What in lesser hands could have been a mucky soap-fest becomes instead a subtle, sensitive film, thanks to director Delbert Mann's deft handling of Rattigan's Oscar-nominated script.”
“Like Arthur Penn, John Frankenheimer, Delbert Mann and other directors of television drama's Golden Age, he smoothly made the transition to movies.”
“Earlier in the film, Jack has a conversation in an adjoining bathroom with the ghost of the former murderous caretaker Delbert Grady (Philip Stone), who appears as a haughty English butler during an obviously ironic July 4, 1921, costume party in the hotel ballroom (attended exclusively by white revelers).”
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