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this was the vulnerable side of andy garcia. so who is the real andy garcia, is he the tough guy or that vulnerable guy that we see in "city island"? >> you know, my training and duty as an actor is bring everything, all of my experiences and every part of me that's appropriate to a part, to a part. so i would say that everything i've ever done as an actor has all of me, you know, different volumes of parts of me, but it's really ultimately you have to find that personal connection to the character, so, i would say i'm both terry benedict and vince rizzo. >> well, you were terrific in this film called "city island." . one last question did you grow the beard waiting on us to get started today? >> this beard is 27 days old, so, yes, i did. it's for a film i'm doing a period piece, a mexican revolutionary piece. >> mike: andy, thank you very much for being with us. >> andy garcia, the film is called, "city island", i hope you'll have a chance to enjoy it. coming up next, franklin graham has been very much in the news lately and i'
his blockbuster movies include the godfather, part 3, oceans 11, 12 and 13, and, andy garcia's new project is a small budget, but an award-winning film that promises to be another big box office hit. he's going to be joining us tonight. also, he's one of the preeminent evangelical leaders of the nation and muslims have said his comments were intolerant to them. franklin graham is here to respond. she says the mainstream media in america are openly hostile toward christianity. but she's not even a christian. in fact she's an atheist and we'll ask s.e. cupp why she even cares and he's a small business owner and took on organized crime in cleveland, and i wonder, can he take on congress? you'll meet tom gantly tonight, we have a great show and thanks for joining us here, from new york. [applause]. >> this week we have had a lot of discussion about the arizona immigration bill. it's really maybe bringing up the most unpleasant part of politics. the absolute pollization where one side believes it is completely right and the other side believes it is right they think the other side is completely
. >> >> jimmy: andy garcia told us you were his little league coach. you really were? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you must have been a kid, too? >> i was one grade higher than andy. to make what i called my friday night-saturday night money. i coached the kids that were one grade under me. >> jimmy: you got paid? >> yeah, i was like, i think 13 and andy was 12. and -- i wasn't that popular in the neighborhood. so, what they did -- this is back in the day in miami when the cubans started to come over. they weren't treated that great. now they run the city, but back then it was like, you know, they treated them like second class silt sevens unfortunately. they decided to give me -- they go, since rourke is over there smoking a cigarette with no shirt, coaching a team, we're going to give him the cuban guys. that was a big mistake. we won the city championship, andy was my third baseman. >> jimmy: you remember his play? was he good? >> he hit about .600. flawless fielder, clutch hitter. i had another kid named julio that shook in his boots when he went up to bat. he had a 2-2 coun
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