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  • His singing and guitar-playing were awkward, but he had a little-boy charm and charisma that disarmed audiences.

    Peter Dreier: The Political Bob Dylan

  • His singing and guitar-playing were awkward, but he had a little-boy charm and charisma that disarmed audiences.

    Peter Dreier: The Political Bob Dylan

  • I love her friends, lovers, and enemies, her plain, earnest daughter and her thoroughly little-boy grandson.

    The New Moon's Arms

  • And besides, Curt was young and good-looking with all that curly hair and that little-boy smirk.

    Whiplash

  • I love her friends, lovers, and enemies, her plain, earnest daughter and her thoroughly little-boy grandson.

    Locus Recommends

  • Meeting her in an elevator haphazardly, as I did one fine morning at the Four Seasons, where I had taken my son and grandson to swim in the pool for a few days and shop around Beverly Hills for the darling little-boy outfits that Jewish grandmothers are always on the lookout for, I could see she was surprised to see me, and she asked, “What are you up to?”

    Roseanne Archy

  • Meeting her in an elevator haphazardly, as I did one fine morning at the Four Seasons, where I had taken my son and grandson to swim in the pool for a few days and shop around Beverly Hills for the darling little-boy outfits that Jewish grandmothers are always on the lookout for, I could see she was surprised to see me, and she asked, “What are you up to?”

    Roseanne Archy

  • Meeting her in an elevator haphazardly, as I did one fine morning at the Four Seasons, where I had taken my son and grandson to swim in the pool for a few days and shop around Beverly Hills for the darling little-boy outfits that Jewish grandmothers are always on the lookout for, I could see she was surprised to see me, and she asked, “What are you up to?”

    Roseanne Archy

  • Particularly not when he assays an entire role in that high, whiny, little-boy voice that he uses here.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Arthur

  • Meeting her in an elevator haphazardly, as I did one fine morning at the Four Seasons, where I had taken my son and grandson to swim in the pool for a few days and shop around Beverly Hills for the darling little-boy outfits that Jewish grandmothers are always on the lookout for, I could see she was surprised to see me, and she asked, “What are you up to?”

    Roseanne Archy

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