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<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002925" title="Frank Langella" href="/topic/entertainment/theater/frank-langella-PECLB002925.topic">Frank Langella</a> had great fun with poking the Tony nominating committee for overlooking his stint in “Man of All Seasons,” which he noted had a four-month sold out run. “I don’t know how they missed it, they must have been out of town,” he said. “Maybe they missed this,” he said, reaching into his tux pocket and pulling out what was supposed to be a full page for the show,  then joking, “Oh, that’s my Oscar acceptance speech.”

( Brian VanderBrug / Los Angeles Times )

Frank Langella had great fun with poking the Tony nominating committee for overlooking his stint in “Man of All Seasons,” which he noted had a four-month sold out run. “I don’t know how they missed it, they must have been out of town,” he said. “Maybe they missed this,” he said, reaching into his tux pocket and pulling out what was supposed to be a full page for the show, then joking, “Oh, that’s my Oscar acceptance speech.”

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