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Kid Stays In The Picture, The (2002)
Rating:
Starring: Robert Evans, Eddie Albert, William Castle, Francis Ford Coppola, Catherine Deneuve
Director: Nanette Burstein, Brett Morgen
Category: Documentary, Special Interest, Special Interest, Independent
Studio: Warner Bros.
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Length:
93 mins

 
 

 

Success Scandal Sex Tragedy Infamy...And that's just the first reel...

Rules are made to be broken. And Robert Evans has broken them all. he was the first actor to ever run a major Hollywood studio. In a decade he took it from worst to first. Voted the world's most eligible bachelor, he was quintessential Hollywood royalty. In 1979, he had $11 million. With one mistake he spiraled south from legend to leper. In 1989, his worth was $37. Did he come back? Like a phoenix. His saga should inspire the most cynical. To quote Evans, "All my life I've lived on the edge and many times it came back to bite me. Was it worth it? You bet your a** it was." His outrageous story proves that, at times, fact is far stranger than fiction.

 
 
   
   

 
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