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by David Rothel

  • Author: David Rothel
  • ISBN: 0944019293
  • ISBN13: 978-0944019290
  • ePub: 1952 kb | FB2: 1173 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Publisher: Empire Pub; Har/Com edition (February 22, 2000)
  • Pages: 274
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 190
  • Format: azw docx mobi txt
Richard Boone: A Knight without Armor in a Savage Land ePub download

Everything you wanted to know about Richard Boone.

Everything you wanted to know about Richard Boone. He was so much more than a TV icon--he was an artist, dancer, poet, . a true Renaissance Man. About 1/2 of the book is a short synopsis of his movie and TV appearances. But the first half of the book is all about him. It's done in a unique style from other ns and answers with family, friends, acquaintances and co-workers. I liked it very much.

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Here is just about everything you ever wanted to know about one of America's favorite actors. Includes Milestones and Minutiae (A giant, comprehensive compendium of questions and answers about Richard Boone's life, career and achievements); in-depth interviews with family members, friend and co-workers; the films of Richard Boone; Medic episode guide; Have Gun, Will Travel episode guide; The Richard Boone Show episode guide; Hec Ramsey episode guide. Also, each copy of this book includes a Johnny Western CD featuring "The Ballad of Paladin" and "The Guns of Rio Muerto," the only commercial recording Richard Boone ever made. 274 glossy-stock pages. Hundreds of photographs. Durable hardcover binding.
Delalbine
An excellent compendium of all things Richard Boone. The only truly detailed account of his life and times, inside and outside of the TV set. Comes with a Provenance sheet with signatures from his son, the author, his wife and, of course, Johnny Western, the singer.
Vichredag
Everything you wanted to know about Richard Boone. He was so much more than a TV icon---he was an artist, dancer, poet, i.e. a true Renaissance Man. About 1/2 of the book is a short synopsis of his movie and TV appearances. Not great reading. But the first half of the book is all about him. It's done in a unique style from other biographies---questions and answers with family, friends, acquaintances and co-workers. I liked it very much.
Dogrel
This is an excellant work on the life of a complex and interesting individual who clearly grabbed Life and lived it his own way. Wonderful interviews and photographs provide true insight into the character of a man who WAS quite a "character". There are innumerable anecdotes and facts covering the length of Boone`s life and career that will fascinate the reader. I was left with a sad,sort of wistful feeling after reading of Richard Boone`s life....and death. This was a man I would have liked to have met,and would have found a common-ground with in many ways...but at least through this work I had the opportunity to realise that. There are flaws in this book,actually in some remarkably simple areas which could easily have been corrected with a modicum of research,(example: The episode listing for Boone`s signature series "Have Gun--Will Travel" is surprisingly flawed,claiming there were "156 episodes"(page 194)when there were in fact, 225 episodes of "Have Gun--"....but, as flaws go,this is fairly minor. After all, the focus here is not the minutia,but the man himself.
Xirmiu
Good book about Richard Boone.Couple of parts were sad esp his battle with cancer.Stated the book was used but looks new.Going to take very good care of it.
Sironynyr
I was very young when Have Gun Will Travel aired and didn't appreciate the intelligence of the show. I have rediscovered it in my early 50s and am quite impressed. Reading this book made me realize that Richard Boone was a driving force in keeping this from being just another western.

But don't think this book is only about HGWT. Nay, nay. It's about everything Richard Boone has done (within reason of course) and covers a wide ground with amazing clarity and makes it interesting to boot! The many interviews with people who knew and/or worked with Boone make it seem like you are sitting down with them and chatting about an old friend. Before long the friend walks in and joins the conversation. Highly recommended.
Anen
WOW. Just rec'd my copy of this book from Amazon and I am amazed! Just looking through it gives me the goosebumps!! A beautiful piece of work by Rothel about Boone. I was very happy to see two positive comments about the acting of one of my favorites, Richard Rust, in two episodes of the western Have Gun Will Travel, where Boone shines as Paladin every single time, all 226 of them. I have been watching Paladin all my life and I never get tired of that show. Thanks for a fabulous book, Mr. Rothel!
Maldarbaq
This is similar to another book which provides insight into the life of Richard Boone, but whereas Have Gun-Will Travel Companion focuses mostly on that TV series, this book also covers more of Richard Boone's career as a TV and movie actor, as well as a look at his life off-screen.
One of my favorite actors. Definately a tough man. He was like his
tv character, Have gun, will travel. A complex man, with vices, which eventually killed him.
Didn't know he was such a highly intelligent man. Great book!
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