RICHARD HARRIS, Actor by Accident,

By: Gus Smith

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RICHARD HARRIS, Actor by Accident, by Gus Smith
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ISIS Large Print, Oxford, UK - ISBN:185089521X, 1991. Hardcover, 9½" x 6¼. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers etc. Barcode cut from ffep. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Illustrated board covers, filmography, and index. A large-print book. Richard Harris made his film debut in "Alive and Kicking" with Sybil Thorndike in 1958 - the movie's titled appears to epitomise Harris's life. He was a hell-raiser, heavy drinker, and womaniser, although he subsequently returned to his Catholic Church, became a teetotaller, and continued his decidely chequered career. Best remembered, perhaps, among his 42 films are 'A Sporting life', 'Camelot', and 'The Guns of Navarone'. This is a full and frank biography.

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