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Reply #66 - 11/05/14 at 10:23am
 
Did anyone get a copy of this yet?

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Reply #67 - 11/05/14 at 3:25pm
 
Novecento wrote on 11/05/14 at 10:23am:
Did anyone get a copy of this yet?

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It appears to have been delayed by a few weeks.  Amazon UK are now estimating delivery as 24-26/11/14.
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Reply #68 - 11/05/14 at 4:10pm
 
It's in stock on the amazon US site. I'm planning on buying closer to the holidays for some nice holiday reading, but was just curious if anyone had any thoughts yet.
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Reply #69 - 11/05/14 at 7:38pm
 
Got it a few days ago but have not had the time to really dwelve into yet. Anyway, it looks great - all new material.
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Reply #70 - 11/06/14 at 6:28am
 
Yeah it is quite entertaining Smiley. A time machine really. Nice to read about Brian Keith, Lee Marvin..
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Reply #71 - 11/09/14 at 6:25pm
 
Among other things, Max Evans says this:
"I liked [David Weddle's] book [If They Move... Kill 'Em! The Life and Times of Sam Peckinpah] very much, with only one regret: Grove Press had Weddle cut about one hundred pages to make the book more 'manageable'. I felt then, as I do today, that as fine a work as it is, it would have been a true biographical masterpiece if he had been allowed to keep his total vision."
I'd love to be able to read the full version!!!
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