Terry O’Quinn (Locke) singing “If I Loved You”

This has been the first chance I’ve had to post anything since I got back from vacation. And what better way to get back into the swing of things than to put up one of my favorite types of posts — one with a LOST actor singing.

The clip is from The Last to Go, a 1991 made-for-TV movie about a husband (Terry O’Quinn) who abandons his wife. A reviewer in EW gave it a grade of B and wrote:

In theory, a TV-movie soap opera like The Last to Go should be miserable…. But director John Erman (Who Will Love My Children?) understands that it doesn’t matter whether the details of a script are cliched; the execution of them can redeem the banality…. Erman gets a typically intelligent, modest performance from O’Quinn.

The song is “If I Loved You” from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel. O’Quinn does a good job, doesn’t he?

If you like the song, here’s a masterful version from the 1956 film, sung by Gordon MacRae and Shirely Jones:

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One response to “Terry O’Quinn (Locke) singing “If I Loved You”

  1. I enjoyed The Stepfather- this was just as a great as the first. Dylan Walsh did a great job filling the shoes of Terry O’Quinn http://bit.ly/dicg8I

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