Book Report: These two works double my pleasure
Today, two books about two very different men who were born not very far from my own natal place.
The first is Arvid B. Erickson, the Green Bay & Western depot agent in my hometown for more than a quarter of a century. The other is Nicholas Ray, "enfante terrible" movie director of such classics as "Rebel Without A Cause," "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," "Knock on Any Door," "Johnny Guitar," "55 Days at Peking" and dozens of other movies, many of them avant garde.
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