Xiv, 463 pages (large print) : 24 cm. Richard Attenborough and Diane Hawkins have been colleagues and friends for nearly 50 years. I ask only once a year:.
Xiv, 463 pages (large print) : 24 cm. I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.
Richard Attenborough and Diana Hawkins have been friends and colleagues for nearly 50 years. Together, laughing and squabbling, they have travelled the world, meeting people and making films. Among the eclectic cast of characters who appear in this two-hand Richard Attenborough and Diana Hawkins have been friends and colleagues for nearly 50 years.
Richard Attenborough. Entirely Up To You, Darling by Diana Hawkins & Richard Attenborough; page 180; paperback; Arrow Books; published 2009; ISBN 978-0-099-50304-0. "Richard Attenborough's RECORD RENDEZVOUS".
In 2008 we published Richard Attenborough's memoir, Entirely Up To You, Darling, written with his long time friend, publicist and business partner, Diana Hawkins. After the sad news of Richard Attenborough's passing, we have found this gem of a video in our archive of Richard and Diana looking through pictures for the book and sharing his memories. Our favourite line has to be on the writing process and working with Diana: 'It's not sycophantic and boring, it's quite funny and quite abrasive at times. That' s my bi. More details about the book:.
Diana Hawkins has worked with Richard Attenborough for nearly 50 years, first as his publicist, then as his business partner, and finally as his co-producer. Entirely Up to You, Darling is a rambling and unstructured collection of joint reminiscences, probably dictated rather than written. But they make for enjoyable reading, because Attenborough has had such a rich and varied life, Hawkins has a keen relish for character and anecdote, and they are obviously so fond of each other
Richard Attenborough wrote: "Overtly gay long before it was legal .
Richard Attenborough wrote: "Overtly gay long before it was legal, Noel Coward was a witty, clever, powerful and wealthy ma. .After we'd talked a while, Noel told me I'd landed the part of the young stoker. Boys in Brown, 1949, starring Richard Attenborough. Gays, too. I can assure you nobody ever gave it a thought if you were jewish or gay, just if you were the right man for the job. The Attenborough's were of old German-Jewish stock, as many Londoners were. Famous for more than sixty film performances, beginning in wartime with In Which We Serve and continuing with such classics as Brighton Rock, The Angry Silence, 10 Rillington Place, The Great Escape, Miracle on 34th Street and Spielberg's Jurassic Park, Richard Attenborough has always fought tenaciously for the survival of British cinema.
Of course, Richard Attenborough is an excellent writer, and the book reads very well as I had already expected. Sir Richard Attenborough and Diana Hawkins. Richard Attenborough, Diana Hawkins. There were no surprises here. The book starts with the background story to the making of the film Gandhi, and right from the start, it is captivating. On page 11, he writes about his recollections at age eight of seeing Mahatma Gandhi on newsreels. I found that fascinating.
Diana Hawkins, Richard Attenborough. Richard Attenborough and Diana Hawkins have been friends and colleagues for nearly 50 years. Attenborough is the octogenarian celebrity peer, happily married since 1945, describing a lifetime of ceaseless activity as film star, director, producer, company chairman and indefatigable campaigner