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May 17, 1992 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON, Lawrence Christon is a Times staff writer. and
Three men sat on a hillside in Doolin, Ireland, on a late spring afternoon in 1988, watching the sea surge and break against the coastline below. Two were worried and one was skeptical. They were far away from Century City, one of the nerve centers of the movie industry, where they were treated as familiars and felt at home. The anxious ones were film director Ron Howard and screenwriter Bob Dolman.
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June 14, 1992 | JANE GALBRAITH
Ron Howard may be the rare nice guy in Hollywood, but from cattle driver Dick Cox's perspective, the director is a "rude, obnoxious" person who misled him into thinking he and his wagon train would be safe during the filming of the climactic Oklahoma land rush scene of Howard's "Far and Away." According to Cox, who with 20 others from a dude ranch in Lewistown, Mont.
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June 14, 1992 | JANE GALBRAITH
Ron Howard may be the rare nice guy in Hollywood, but from cattle driver Dick Cox's perspective, the director is a "rude, obnoxious" person who misled him into thinking he and his wagon train would be safe during the filming of the climactic Oklahoma land rush scene of Howard's "Far and Away." According to Cox, who with 20 others from a dude ranch in Lewistown, Mont.
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May 17, 1992 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON, Lawrence Christon is a Times staff writer. and
Three men sat on a hillside in Doolin, Ireland, on a late spring afternoon in 1988, watching the sea surge and break against the coastline below. Two were worried and one was skeptical. They were far away from Century City, one of the nerve centers of the movie industry, where they were treated as familiars and felt at home. The anxious ones were film director Ron Howard and screenwriter Bob Dolman.
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