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  • Scorsese often casts the same actors in his films, particularly Robert De Niro, who has collaborated with Scorsese for nine feature films and one short film.Martin Scorsese-Wikipedia
  • The musical was written by British comedian and author Ben Elton in collaboration with Brian May and Roger Taylor, and produced by Robert De Niro.Queen (band)-Wikipedia
  • In Everybody's Fine (2009), Robert De Niro has a close encounter in what is supposed to be the Denver train station; the scene was filmed in New Haven's Union Station.New Haven, Connecticut-Wikipedia
  • The short brought together Scorsese's long-time muses Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro for the first time under his direction.Martin Scorsese-Wikipedia
  • Among the actors who helped him during his acting career, he credited Robert De Niro, from whom he learned the power of silence and economy of dialogue when acting.Robin Williams-Wikipedia
  • Robin Williams played the physician; Robert De Niro was one of the patients who emerged from a catatonic (frozen) state.The Bronx-Wikipedia

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