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Limelight (movie)

UCLA honors the daring work of Norman Lloyd

UCLA honors the daring work of Norman Lloyd

Even after nine decades as an actor, Norman Lloyd loves to perform — even if it's for an audience of one.

During a recent interview, Lloyd was brandishing the cleaver used in "Man From the South," the landmark 1960 episode of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" starring Steve McQueen and Peter Lorre that Lloyd directed.

The ironically macabre tale revolves around a young gambler who makes a gruesome bet with an elderly man to win the man's convertible. If the gambler's lighter lights 10 times straight he will win the car, but if it doesn't the man will cut the gambler's pinkie finger off with a cleaver.

With cleaver in hand, Lloyd gleefully reenacted what...

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