Larry Ratliff – Keynote Speaker, Author, Humorist, Film Critic

Why Book Larry Ratliff?

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Larry entertains and informs with witty and funny behind-the-scenes movie industry, celebrity and life stories. His love for movies and seeing the humor in life are contagious.

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“I don’t remember the last time I cried and then laughed out loud and then cried and laughed at the same time...!” ~Sandra B.

 


Speaking Topics

Keynote speaker, author, and humorist, Larry Ratliff knows movies. Topics range from classic to epic and everything in between.

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"Fascinating! I can't stop reading it -- it's a real page turner! Literally COL (chuckling out loud)" ~Tim Jones 

"Just bought my Kindle copy and am enjoying the heck out of it" ~Robert Helstrom

 

 

 


For availability call 214-364-7364 or email lrratliff@verizon.net


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Movie Memories Update

Blood, guts and, uh, bluegrass?

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Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty in "Bonnie and Clyde." (Courtesy: google.com)

I was honored to speak to a group in Dallas last week about movies shot in and around Dallas.

I always come away from The Movie Memories presentation "Lights, Camera, Dallas!" with the music from Bonnie and Clyde bouncing around in my head.  Arthur Penn's 1967 action-crime thriller showcased Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as the notorious outlaw duo that terrorized North Texas and surrounding states in the early 1930s.

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