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Bad Time: In a video with Yahoo released Wednesday, Richard Dreyfuss discussed his acclaimed career but his experience with Murray stood out as the most worrying

Richard Dreyfuss claims that Bill Murray is a & # 39; drunk bully & # 39; was who threw an ashtray at him on the set What About Bob?

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Richard Dreyfuss claimed that Bill Murray had committed verbal and physical violence.

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The 71-year-old actor accused the 68-year-old former star of Saturday Night Live of a & # 39; drunk bully & # 39; to be while they were on the set of their 1991 film What About Bob?

In a video with Yahoo, released on Wednesday, the American Graffiti star discussed his acclaimed career, but his experience with Murray stood out as the most worrying.

Bad Time: In a video with Yahoo released Wednesday, Richard Dreyfuss discussed his acclaimed career but his experience with Murray stood out as the most worrying

Bad Time: In a video with Yahoo released Wednesday, Richard Dreyfuss discussed his acclaimed career but his experience with Murray stood out as the most worrying

The New York resident said he had avoided the experience for years.

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& # 39; I haven't talked about it for years, & # 39; he said. & # 39; Bill just got drunk during dinner. He was an Irish drunk bully. & # 39;

Richard explained how, after the SNL alum returned from dinner, he asked him to read a part of the script that he found particularly funny.

Bad Bill: & # 39; I haven't talked about it for years, & # 39; he said. & # 39; Bill just got drunk during dinner. He was an Irish drunk bully & # 39;

Bad Bill: & # 39; I haven't talked about it for years, & # 39; he said. & # 39; Bill just got drunk during dinner. He was an Irish drunk bully & # 39;

Bad Bill: & # 39; I haven't talked about it for years, & # 39; he said. & # 39; Bill just got drunk during dinner. He was an Irish drunk bully & # 39;

& # 39; He put his face beside me, from nose to nose. He shouted, at the top of his lungs: "Everyone hates you, you are tolerated."

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After the verbal attack, Murray tried to make it physical.

& # 39; There was no time to respond because he leaned back and took a modern, glass-blown ashtray and threw it on my face [just a few meters away], & # 39; he said. & # 39; It weighed about three quarters of a pound and he missed me. He tried to hit me, I got up and left. & # 39;

Verbal and physical: & He placed his face beside me, from nose to nose. He shouted, in the top of his lungs, "everyone hates you, you are tolerated." & # 39; After the verbal attack, Murray tried to make it physical

Verbal and physical: & He placed his face beside me, from nose to nose. He shouted, in the top of his lungs, "everyone hates you, you are tolerated." & # 39; After the verbal attack, Murray tried to make it physical

Verbal and physical: & He placed his face beside me, from nose to nose. He shouted, in the top of his lungs, "everyone hates you, you are tolerated." & # 39; After the verbal attack, Murray tried to make it physical

What about Bob? followed psychiatrist Leo Marvin, played by Dreyfuss, after hiring a new patient, Bob, played by Murray, who is suffocated by his own need and phobias.

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In the video, Dreyfuss also discussed how he attracted the & # 39; attraction & # 39; of the film that made him famous, American Graffiti.

But he did express his gratitude to director George Lucas for sharing a tenth part of his interest in the film with the actors, which he said had earned him more money than any other project.

Flying ashtray: & # 39; There was no time to respond because he leaned back and took a modern, glass-blown ashtray and threw it at my face [just a few meters away], & # 39; he said. & # 39; It weighed about three quarters of a pound and he missed me. He tried to hit me, I got up and left & # 39;

Flying ashtray: & # 39; There was no time to respond because he leaned back and took a modern, glass-blown ashtray and threw it at my face [just a few meters away], & # 39; he said. & # 39; It weighed about three quarters of a pound and he missed me. He tried to hit me, I got up and left & # 39;

Flying ashtray: & # 39; There was no time to respond because he leaned back and took a modern, glass-blown ashtray and threw it at my face [just a few meters away], & # 39; he said. & # 39; It weighed about three quarters of a pound and he missed me. He tried to hit me, I got up and left & # 39;

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