In the arena: an autobiography
In a memoir that is both eloquent and unstinting, Charlton Heston tells the story of his life and career. Presenting behind-the-scenes accounts of Ben Hur, The Ten Commandments, and many of his other films, he provides invaluable insights into the methods and crafts of some of film's best directors, including Cecil B. DeMille, William Wyler, and George Stevens. 32 pages of photos.
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Review: In the Arena: An AutobiographyUser Review - Goodreads
More of a history book about his career. I did enjoy reading about his childhood and how he met Lydia, his wife. Some great photos. I can't say I read it word for word. The writing style was a bit dry. RIP, Mr. Heston. I loved your movies, if not your later political views.
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In 1973 the movie PLANET OF THE APES aired on television for the first time. I was ten years old. Until that night I thought of movies as a tedious, vaguely sleazy adult pastime -- spy movies, cowboy ... Read full review
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