After years of muscling his way across the screen, Sylvester Stallone seeks a different label: serious actor.
From the Print Edition:
Sylvester Stallone, Mar/Apr 98
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Stallone: Yes. Absolutely. During the day I like a small cigar. Maybe a robusto. That would be the biggest, by far. Fifty gauge would be like top of the line. Actually that's a bit big. What was the size I showed you and you said, "That's a pretty good cigar."? It was wrapped in cedar.
CA: That's a corona. A Romeo y Julieta Cedros.
Stallone: What size is that?
CA: It's approximately a six and a half by 42.
Stallone: Six and a half by 42. That's a wonderful daytime cigar.
CA: Yes it is. It's a pretty robust cigar, too.
Stallone: It's a very robust cigar. It's a quick fix until you can smoke your nine and a half or nine and a quarter incher at night.
CA: The old two-hour cigar routine.
Stallone: Two hours. It's called the Gandhi cigar. You can watch the entire film of Gandhi and still have a bit left, so it's a Gandhi smoke.
CA: Let's go on to golf here. After all, Cigar Aficionado is about enjoying oneself. When did you first start playing golf?
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