She'll be back

Two decades after 'The Terminator,' Linda Hamilton is reinventing herself onstage -- this time as Nurse Ratched in 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'

'I'm playing [Ratched] as a very, very nice person,' Linda Hamilton says. 'She thinks she is doing what's best for the patients.' "I'm playing [Ratched] as a very, very nice person," Linda Hamilton says. "She thinks she is doing what's best for the patients." (kevin sprague (top); tristar pictures (above))
By Sandy McDonald
Globe correspondent / July 13, 2007

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STOCKBRIDGE -- Linda Hamilton is an indiscriminate hugger: She hugs everyone . And no -- hold the "Terminator" jokes -- hers is not a lethal embrace, but the warm hearted impulse of a woman brimming over with a love of life, and with a renewed ardor for her chosen profession. The action films that made her an international star two ... (Full article: 1433 words)

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