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Pacino was often coaxed into performing scenes for his extended family, which included a deaf aunt. His party piece was an imitation of Ray Milland in “The Lost Weekend,” playing an alcoholic writer desperate for a drink. Pacino would open cupboards and doors, pretending to search for a hidden stash of booze. “I never understood why they were laughing, because I didn’t think it was funny,” he said. “But I knew it produced laughs.” Great piece on Al Pacino in The New Yorker Because I Cannot get iPad To go to cursor To do what I want Instead of what it wants There wiil be a Link & proper punctuation to follow as I cannot figure those two elm rants (elements in auto-correct)