Johnny Alarimo spent a dazzling career as an assistant director on films such as Ben-Hur during Hollywood's Golden Age. He shares private photographs and intimate stories about legends Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor, Sandra Dee and more.

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Sofia Black-D'Elia discusses her role in Ben Hur - FemaleFirst.co.uk

January 11, 2017

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Sofia Black-D'Elia discusses her role in Ben Hur
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And so she becomes a Zealot and fights with her people, and one man's terror is another man's freedom fighter. ... He think we've been dead and now he finds that we're ill and near death and we're saved by a miracle physically but I think emotionally ...

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December 26, 2016

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Speaking for the first time about the slaughter of the 86-year-old French priest Jacques Hamel, eyewitness Guy Coponet—who was himself stabbed several times, including in the neck, and was not expected to survive—revealed how the jihadi murderers ...

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The Hidden Homosexual History Of "Ben-Hur" - NewNowNext

August 17, 2016

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The Hidden Homosexual History Of "Ben-Hur"
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'Ben-Hur': Gentlemen, Restart Your Chariots - Wall Street Journal

August 11, 2016

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'Ben-Hur': Gentlemen, Restart Your Chariots
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Move over, Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. An even bigger colossus from movie history is returning to the big screen when the latest version of “Ben-Hur,” with its epic chariot race, hits theaters on Aug. 19. Like this summer's “Ghostbusters” revivalists ...

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