Larry Ratliff – Public Speaker, Comedian, Film Critic, Author

Why Book Larry Ratliff?

Larry Ratliff - speaker 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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“He’s an excellent public speaker.  I just love his humor.  He interjects that into everything.  He is so funny.” – Tim J.    

 


Speaking Topics

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

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See Larry on Eye Opener TV!

Talking "Beauty and the Beast" old and new - Mar. 20, 2017

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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 972-596-9157 or email lrratliff@verizon.net


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Movie Memories Update

Daddy Dearest

Father's Day is June 16.  So here's a question:  Who is the best movie father in cinematic history?

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(Courtesy: Walt Disney)

We could certainly make a case for Geppetto, the elderly woodcarver of Pinocchio, Walt Disney Productions second full-length animated feature of 1940.

Geppetto wanted a son so badly that he carved one out of wood.  A Blue Fairy gave the puppet life and freed the lovable-but-gullible "boy" from his strings.  My nose would grow and grow if  I denied that Pinocchio made an indelible impression on me as a boy.

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