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by Jerald ⌂ @, New York, Thursday, November 22, 2018, 05:31 (208 days ago) @ DouglasCar

Could you please repeat that? mass 55000 All his programmes, or “signed documentaries”, were entitled “Whicker…” and his public knew what to expect. With Whicker Down Under (1961), On Top Of The World (1962), In Sweden, In The Heart of Texas and Down Mexico Way (all 1963), the successful template was established. He also made a series of hour-long, one-on-one interviews with The Solitary Billionaire (1964), a profile of the reclusive oilman J Paul Getty. In unusually combative mode, Whicker pressed the oilman about his famous meanness, lack of sociability and inability to relate to women. Getty was, however, unflustered, and the two men became friends, the billionaire confiding that the only downside of the programme was the 25,000 begging letters he had consequently received.


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