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« : May 21, 2004, 12:09:30 AM »

This is Scott Tiler.  I played young Noodles.  I never knew that this website or anything like it ever existed.  Amazing.  I was recently in New York in Dumbo doing a cable show with Rusty Jacobs the Young Max.  We reminesced about the film and fought like old times.  

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« #1 : May 22, 2004, 04:48:59 AM »

Cool, nice to meet you, and I'm sure all of us here would love to read/hear all that you can remember about the film, the locations, and of course Leone.

At your convienience, thanks in advance.

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« #2 : May 22, 2004, 11:46:25 AM »

hi scott

i know youll probably think its a bit weird fans analysing ur performance but i think the best thing u can say about it is that you and Rusty Jacobs complemented Robert De Niro and James Woods perfectly. You managed to give a realistic impression that this was noodles as a young man, matching many of their mannerisms.

Why didnt you go on to do many more movies?


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« #3 : May 22, 2004, 09:13:01 PM »

hi scott

i know youll probably think its a bit weird fans analysing ur performance but i think the best thing u can say about it is that you and Rusty Jacobs complemented Robert De Niro and James Woods perfectly. You managed to give a realistic impression that this was noodles as a young man, matching many of their mannerisms.

Why didnt you go on to do many more movies?

It is interesting to note that none of the young actors met any of their adult counterparts.  Leone just cast it the way he wanted and then directed us appropriatly.
I did several other movies including Three O'clock high and City of hope with John Sayles.  
I'm ready to get back to business.  Thanks

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« #4 : May 24, 2004, 12:52:52 PM »

Hi Scott!

The first question I want to ask you is how was Jennifer Connely in person!!!!!!

Was she as beautiful as we saw her in the movie?


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« #5 : May 24, 2004, 03:23:12 PM »

Hello Scott , this is hilarious.  We'd love to hear some stories from you!  You helped make make one of the great movies of all time, you were perfect in your role.

Thanks for stopping by, look forward to hearing from ya.  As you can tell you've got an audience of fanatics waiting to hear from you.  Say hello to Max too!


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« #6 : May 25, 2004, 09:16:58 AM »

Hi Scott

It's pretty cool, that you've come and posted on this board. It has promted me to make my first posting.

I just wondered what your thoughts were on the whole 1968 opium dream theory.

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« #7 : May 25, 2004, 05:40:13 PM »

hi scott, much respect coming to you from the uk! would just like to say that there are quite a few of us from this side of the pond who love this film and i personally think you played the young noodles role very well.
You should be very proud of your performance and your involvement in a film that is just spectacular, very moving and is without a doubt a classic and in many peoples top 5 films.
anyway i'm sure you are gonna get inundated wth questions, so i'll ask you my question and will be patient in waiting for a reply. do you know anything of the missing scenes and what was your favourite part of the film as a viewer and an actor.

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« #8 : May 27, 2004, 08:05:49 AM »

It is interesting to note that none of the young actors met any of their adult counterparts.  Leone just cast it the way he wanted and then directed us appropriatly.
I did several other movies including Three O'clock high and City of hope with John Sayles.  
I'm ready to get back to business.  Thanks
Three O'Clock High?! That's the Phil "State Of Grace" Joanou flick, right? Cool! I'll have to give it a re-watch, I can't remember spotting you in it.

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I often spot Brian Bloom (Young Patsy) in stuff on TV he still has extraordinarily beautiful eyes.

The first time I ever saw you "all growed up" was in the UK documentary Once Upon A Time Sergio Leone. I was like "Well he looks nothing like DeNiro now!" :)

A couple of questions;

1) Was the childhood stuff shot before or after the other periods?

Someone has to ask this...
2) "What have you been doing all these years?" ;D

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« #9 : May 28, 2004, 03:22:10 PM »

Real Noodles???

Please forgive me if I am wrong, but there is a small part of me saying, will the real Scott Tiler please stand up?

I'm hoping this will prompt a response and some answers to questions already posted.


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« #10 : May 29, 2004, 03:26:16 AM »

Nice of you to visit this site Scott. Tell me, how did you communicate with Sergio?


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« #11 : September 03, 2005, 06:40:26 AM »

I'm a bit late to the party, but I came across this thread fairly recently and I decided to e-mail Scott Tiler since he hasn't returned.  If he agrees, I'll ask him some of the questions here that he didn't answer yet, along with maybe a few of my own.  If it is him, of course.  I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, as he isn't a terribly famous person, but we'll see.



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« #12 : September 03, 2005, 08:16:45 AM »

Hi this is Charles Bronson, I'm new to this internet hokerypokery, just popping in to say hello, Alan Shearer 9 let me log in with his username, he's such an amazing guy, I'm really honoured tohave met him 

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« #13 : September 03, 2005, 10:45:49 AM »

I never knew he came on the board. But just imagine, every time he comes here, he will be somehow flooded by the questions of members.

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