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Taglines: Demon to some. Angel to others. Edit Did You Know? Tales of wretched excess: these actors spent most of their days drunk as skunks getting into all kinds of mischief--much of which they couldn't remember.
But they all made indelible marks during the 50's, 60's, and 70's when they were in their heyday. A lot of what went on with these guys Richard Burton, Oliver Reed, Richard Harris and lone survivor, Peter O'Toole off stage caused bruises on my chin from my jaw dropping so often and I felt a bit woozy from all the vicarious boozing --but after Tales of wretched excess: these actors spent most of their days drunk as skunks getting into all kinds of mischief--much of which they couldn't remember.
A lot of what went on with these guys Richard Burton, Oliver Reed, Richard Harris and lone survivor, Peter O'Toole off stage caused bruises on my chin from my jaw dropping so often and I felt a bit woozy from all the vicarious boozing --but after a while, the legacy of their excesses and their attempts to stay on various wagons was wrenching; doctors operating on Richard Burton, towards the end of his life, discovered that his spinal column was coated with crystalized alcohol; marriages were shattered; careers evaporated.
In the end, all of them are and will be remembered fondly for the brief shining moments of their acting lives--and that they had a hell of a time.
Oct 19, Mike rated it really liked it Shelves: biography. If there was a Mount Rushmore for drunks, these guys would be on it, probably along with Liz Taylor.
Anecdotes out the wazoo on the drinking lives of these guys, and a lot of it gets repetitive at times, especially with Oliver Reed's antics.
I just thought I knew what a heavy drinker was, until I read this book. Somewhat sad and sobering but it also had numerous belly laughs throughout.
Reading this was like seeing a bad train or car accident. You know you shouldn't but you just can't keep If there was a Mount Rushmore for drunks, these guys would be on it, probably along with Liz Taylor.
You know you shouldn't but you just can't keep from looking and at the same time being glad you're not a victim. In this case just being glad you're not a boozer.
These guys left quite a trail of empty bottles and broken relationships. While I enjoyed the tidbits of Hollywood stars gossip on some of my favorite actors not just the main four on the cover but many others as well , for the most part this book was just "he got drunk, he did damage, he didn't learn his lesson, he drank again.
I did like how it covered their movie careers in chronological order, but I would have loved more details about the making of those movies.
Guess that's to be found in other books. If you're a fan of old movies or in the acting business and appreciate this era of greats, I would still recommend it, though.
Apr 04, Nette rated it liked it. This is nothing but pages of anecdotes, but it was darned entertaining. My life has been enriched now that I know that Peter O'Toole once smuggled a pair of valuable earrings out of Egypt in his foreskin.
Not a very dignified read, and the anecdotes of drunken mischief get numbing after a while. But if you have any affection for one or more of these gentlemen, you might get something out of it.
Mar 12, Gordon Brown rated it liked it. This is the 'story' of four of the greatest actors of their generation; Richard Burton, Peter O'Toole, Richard Harris and Oliver Reed - told through the lens of alcohol.
If you know anything about the history of these four they were, to put in a mild form, drinkers of phenomenal stamina. Robert Sellers, the author, had trawled the biographies, autobiographies of the four and interviewed close friends and colleagues to lay out their careers and the insanity that drink had on it all.
As reads go it's addictive no pun intended. It roll out story after story - and when I say story after story I'm talking hundreds of anecdotes and tales - about the four.
Some so insane that you have to wonder at the veracity of them. I liked this book but two major issues arose. The author has chosen to tell this all chronologically and to do so moves from one actor's story to the next in sequence.
A few pages on one actor, a few on the next one and so on - throughout the book. Good as the tale telling is I look back on the work and I'm struggling to remember what story related to what actor.
It's all a bit of a blur. It's also relentless and, at times repetitive, if Oliver Reed displays his private parts once in public he did it daily - and although funny at first it wears thin.
Aug 28, Leanne rated it liked it. Im sure the subjects of this book would think me a terrible joyless bore, but ultimately I found this book rather sad.
Page after page of actors getting so drunk that they attack people, trash places and then fall asleep wherever they happen to land. Assuring the reader over and over again how much they enjoyed themselves and how much fun it was, although all of them cannot remember huge blocks of time.
I was interested when Richard Harris got cross on a chat show after someone describing him and his friends as drunks, arguing that there was more to their accomplishments than that.
But I wonder if there was? Oliver Reed was a wasted career, ironically his last ever performance probably one of his best. The book itself tells us that yes, these men had one or two extraordinary performances but the rest of the films they made essentially were garbage.
I would say that these were drinkers who occasionally acted but imagine what they could have been. The lives of some incredibly talented and incredibly stupid people chronicled here-all the carousing and comparatively uncivilized things rich drunken sots can get up to are chronicled here.
You'll never read much about serious hardcore stoners pulling some of the crap these dense old alkies set about. Maybe someday in the future people will see the comparable cultures of the Rake and the Rope and see - alcohol The lives of some incredibly talented and incredibly stupid people chronicled here-all the carousing and comparatively uncivilized things rich drunken sots can get up to are chronicled here.
Maybe someday in the future people will see the comparable cultures of the Rake and the Rope and see - alcohol definitely leads to a path of self- and social-destruction.
As old Akbar of Afghanistan said "the man on hashish will be laughing and joking with you at the end of the night- the drunkard on wine will maybe even end up trying to kill you.
Couldn't be more evidence needed than a look at these tragic actors' lives. Oct 28, Jamocha rated it really liked it.
I suppose it's a train wreck that we admire these reckless men. Going into it, I liked Harris the best but learned that he could be equally dangerous and unaccountable.
I found Burton to be mysterious but probably the most self destructive of the four. Burton would never fill the bottomless void he was feeling.
O'Toole is the one I knew the least about but if there's a redeemable guy in this foursome, Peter was forced to quit drinking early and feels the most harmless.
I was repulsed the most I suppose it's a train wreck that we admire these reckless men. I was repulsed the most about Oliver Reed whose tense David Letterman show appearance is on Youtube and deserves a look.
I feel like I read one of the stories twice when Oliver Reed put perfume into someones drink and made them sick.
May 16, John rated it it was amazing. It is filled with hilarious anecdotes - many from the Actors themselves - which show how they lived in the fast lane but still gave some of the great performances of their generation!
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