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Or what the bespectacled little kid grew up to look like? Well, look no further. Billingsley is still acting, and if you're a Marvel movie fan, you've probably come across him without even realizing it. Read on to find out what the actor is up to today.
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Chatx continued to act, but also moved to the other side of the camera. Billingsley continued to act following A Christmas Story. As a teen, he appeared in episodes of Who's the Boss and Punky Brewster.
As an adult, he's done more producing than acting, but was on the '90s series Sherman Oaks, and appeared in Elf, and two of the films he produced, The Break-Up and Four Christmases, both of which star his frequent collaborator, Vince Vaughn. He shaved his head for a Marvel role.
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But you may have struggled to recognize him. In a show of solidarity with co-star Jeff Bridges, who had to be bald for the film, Billingsley shaved his head.
So I went with the solo mustache and glasses, which is definitely not the way I look in my normal life, and nobody recognized me at all. Bonding with the director of A Christmas Story changed his career.
In a Variety interview, he explained that he and Clark became friends and remained so until Clark's death in I would visit him on sets. We would talk and play golf together.
I would visit him on sets. We would talk and play golf together. He also directed the film Couple's Retreat, which starred Vaughn.
A Christmas Story became a part of his life in a new way. They did a pretty good job the first go-round.
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But Ralphie was very much a dreamer in the film. So many of those fantasy sequences lend themselves so well to the big Broadway song-and-dance pieces. And that's really what it is.
When the dad wins the leg lamp, it turns into a leg-lamp kick line. Hanks stars as Captain Kidd, a former war hero who travels through frontier towns in the Southwest reading the news of the day to hardscrabble workers and farmers for spare change.
But the tension eventually dissipates as the unlikely pair traverse the dangerous Texas countryside together. In one gripping scene, Johanna and Kidd get leganese a gunfight with some unsavory outlaws. Retreating into the mountains to hide, Kidd soon runs out of ammunition for his pistol.
He tells Johanna to run away, but she instead sneaks back to their wagon to find a bucket of spare coins — which they use to load bird-shot shells to defend themselves. The two take turns pointing out animals and plants along the road and teaching each other how to pronounce them, laughing at the new words and slowly breaking down the language barrier between them.
That continues in a later, adorable scene, when Kidd asks Johanna to teach him her favorite song in Kiowa.