This biography of James Roberston Justice celebrates the secret life and glittering career of one of British cinema's finest and most recognisable screen personalities. James Robertson Justice made a treasure chest of classic British movies. He is best remembered as the bombastic Sir Lancelot Spratt in Doctor in the House (1954), but also starred in many wonderful films, both comedies and drama, often portrayed as a domineering (if frequently soft-centred) ogre. This book unravels for the first time, through detailed research and original interviews with those close to him, the myriad complexities of one of Britain's finest actors. The book is fully illustrated with many rare photos. A must buy for fans of classic British films. The book features a foreword by Prince Philip.
|Publisher:||Tomahawk Press UK|
|Product dimensions:||6.60(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
James Hogg runs the James Robertson Justice website, http://jamesrobertsonjustice.moonfruit.com/. James is also the commercial manager of the world-renowned Yorkshire County Cricket Club. James Robertson Justice is his first biography.