Fuck Yeah Bud Cort

"You`re never fully dressed without a smile."

Hi! To my knowledge, and based on my past experiences, getting a fan address for Bud Cort is like looking for a needle in a haystack. At my fan site, I’ve been asked that question a lot, and the last person I heard from was given the information contact email address from Polymedia Entertainment (if they still represent him): info@polimediaent.com. I haven’t heard from anyone to know if they were successful. Not much, but it might help a little. Personally, I’ve given up on finding a place to write to him at, as I have had no luck since I began to REALLY get into his career in 2002. I have a friend that got a note from him, in the late 1970s, when she passed a note to him at a film premiere, and though he was kind to write her back, he informed her that he was TERRIBLE at writing people back. I just don’t think he is into the fan mail thing. I’d be too scared to send out anything to be autographed, either. Best of luck to them.

Sent by thewriter1 in response to the post regarding fanmail.

Thank you very much for your help!

Bud Cort in an early uncredited role as a flower child in Sweet Charity (Bob Fosse, 1969)

(Source: danieldaylewiswithamoustache)

lazyrpeople2:

"Magical Balloon Video Services" short film by Tim and Eric, featuring Bud Cort and Karen Black

Bud Cort as an antique shop owner in And The Band Played On.
(47.5 minutes into the movie if you’re lookin’ for him like I was)

Hey guys!

Someone sent a message not too long ago saying they were writing a letter and wondering where they should send it. I’m afraid I’m not too keen on where fan mail should be sent to him so I’m wondering if anyone out there can help. Please, if you know anything, either send an ask to or fanmail the blog or submit a link. I’ll be sure to credit you properly (unless you wish to remain anonymous in which case just ask)!

Where would one send fan mail for Bud Cort?

Cat Stevens - If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out (alternative version)

stagepersona:

"If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out" (alternative version) by Cat Stevens

and if you want to be high, be high
and if you want to be low, be low
'cause there's a million ways to go
you know that there are

you know it’s up to you
anything you can do
and if you find a new way
you can do it today
you can make it all true
and you can make it undo

riotsqurrrl:

Bud Cort as a hippie in Bob Fosse’s Sweet Charity. Not a very good movie, but it has a hell of a cast.

riotsqurrrl:

Bud Cort as a hippie in Bob Fosse’s Sweet Charity. Not a very good movie, but it has a hell of a cast.

ericchaseanderson:

Harold — Planning the Jaguar-Hearse

My contribution to an upcoming re-release of the classic Cat Stevens soundtrack for “Harold & Maude.” Reportedly, to be available on vinyl only.

I studied photos of the beautiful old Jaguar E-type, and then did my best. (I neglected to include seats.) Harold’s expression surprised me a little. It turned out more lively and knowing than I’d expected. I had trouble communicating his dimple; in the end, it amounted to a smudge of sepia paint (and possibly doesn’t read as a dimple at all.)

For fun (potentially), I’m including an appropriately blurry snapshot of my paycheck. Identifying the signature was the moment I learned who I was working for!

ericchaseanderson:

Harold — Planning the Jaguar-Hearse

My contribution to an upcoming re-release of the classic Cat Stevens soundtrack for “Harold & Maude.” Reportedly, to be available on vinyl only.

I studied photos of the beautiful old Jaguar E-type, and then did my best. (I neglected to include seats.) Harold’s expression surprised me a little. It turned out more lively and knowing than I’d expected. I had trouble communicating his dimple; in the end, it amounted to a smudge of sepia paint (and possibly doesn’t read as a dimple at all.)

For fun (potentially), I’m including an appropriately blurry snapshot of my paycheck. Identifying the signature was the moment I learned who I was working for!