If You Can’t Say Something Nice – My Career as a Film Critic

 

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In this presentation enhanced with PowerPoint images and film clips and lasting a little over an hour, Larry talks about memorable celebrity interviews:

The time Rodney Dangerfield showed up in his pajamas, the time Jim Belushi turned over the interview table and stormed off, the day Wilford Brimley just strolled away instead of doing a planned interview.

Also, there was the time AI Pacino talked so quietly that the air conditioner had to be turned off to hear him.

And, there was the time Larry made Paul Newman cry.

For availability and speaking fees, call 214-364-7364 or email lrratliff@verizon.net.

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Hi Eli,

At the present time, the only way to view a Movie Memories with Larry Ratliff presentation is live. At some future date, we may offer presentations on DVD. If you'd like to book a live presentation for your group, call 972-599-2150.

Thanks for the comment,

Larry

Sounds awesome. Would love to watch it...is there a link somewhere or something? Where do I go to find this?!??

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(Courtesy: Backdoor Comedy club)

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