"Here they have got rid in one day of the only two men within their walls--for I have had mine eyes upon thee, youngster, and I know that for all thy baby-face
there is the making of a man in thee.
I NEVER met little Harry Moseley, but the sight of his still baby-face
, his small arms covered in the bracelets he made to raise money for cancer charities as the illness killed, uplifts me more than a thousand sermons, religious icons or Lenten piety.
Still, some "Fifty Shades" fans insist that Zac Efron could pull off the part despite the baby-face
Trevor Peterson Tommy Ricky Ullman Dippy Greg Roman Angel Adam Rose Spit Sam Murphy Doorman Dohn Norwood Baby-Face Martin Jeremy Sisto Hunk Dennis Cockrum Philip Griswald Benjamin Platt Governess Carol Androsky Milty Josh Sussman Drina Kathryn Hahn Mr.
The heart of the play rests with that '30s gangster staple: law-abiding young man, in this case limping, unemployed architect Gimpty (Tom Everett Scott), and Baby-Face Martin (Jeremy Sisto), a gangster who killed eight men.
In one, Sisto's Baby-Face speaks to his mother (Joyce Van Patten), who transcends affectation with a terrifyingly primal, gut-level outburst against him.
Similarly, McArthur and Apatow (1984) showed the importance of specific facial features- namely that of having a "baby-face
" (defined as having large eyes, low vertical placement of features, and short features).
According to detectives in Dublin, the man identifed only as "Baby-Face
" regularly travels to South Africa to arrange narcotics shipments for the gang.