In it, the president of the bank (and lieutenant of the conglomerate), Maynard Boyle (John Vernon), and the nebbish
bank manager, Harold Young (Woodrow Palfrey), pull over to the side of a deserted country road.
He comes across as a sort of nebbish
, a loner, who shows almost no interaction with people.
In order to avoid a political scandal, Richard calls in his nebbish
aide-de-camp, George Pidgen (Tom Stokes), to help save his bacon.
An astringent group of hard-edge and geometric abstractions, these works evoke, above all, the image of a bow-tied nebbish
methodically plotting from the grid: Take, for example, McAree, ca.
Balctheerzak then examines the "whitefacing" of the nebbish
Eddie Cantor, Jack Benny's mastery of the moderate and meditative voice in a world gone mad, Laurel and Hardy and heterosexual brotherhood, military disservice on the parts of a number of stars, and the almost universal commitment to going beyond buffoonery to make the point.
The guy fussing and questioning in Night of a Thousand Blossoms, for instance, is a kind of nebbish
A Marxist "might deem them tools of oppression, although in this case the oppressors were, nebbish
, no grander than a convoy of frail and tattered rabbis.
To be sure, he still represents the nebbish
neurotic, but his interplay with Michael J.
CDATA[ To make this list, you have to be a celeb, but you can't be a nebbish
, or not care about marrying/dating out or be anti-Israel.
Moments later, Albert (Christophe Demirdjian), a nebbish
who draws abstract paintings of used cars, enters the dining room.
It is that equally frequently the position has been filled with nebbish
equivalents: Rusk presiding over JFK's "bowl of jelly" and then as LBJ's afterthought and Vietnam fall guy.
But I was out to show that I was a character actor, not just this nebbish
kid that Nichols found.