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As told to but unretouched by Mr. Anders, this is the story of Mr. Boswell's life with its momentary arrest during World War II when he was blinded. Before that he had been a college football and potential professional baseball player. Just as it happened, he recaps the many operations (in Belgium and Holland) when he still hoped his sight would be restored; his rehabilitation over here; his marriage (one child before the war and two more to follow); his decision to go into business; and the first therapy which started him on his way back-golf.
Charley sniffed and shook his collar. He cruised casually about until he saw the willow with a start of surprise.
He could probably get a job as a consultant with the Davies people. But from the first I had withheld from him any information about the giant redwoods. Charley sniffed and shook his collar. He sauntered to a weed, collaborated with a sapling, went to the stream and drank, then looked about for new things to do. "Charley," I called. Look!" I pointed at the grandfather.
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Will Hollywood learn from this critical and financial failure?
Michael McCaffrey lives in Los Angeles where he works as an acting coach, screenwriter and consultant.