ON SCREEN THEY WERE STARS.
“A portrait of 4 profoundly mistaken but superior prime Males, in addition to a window right into a time while glamour was once sacrosanct and while stardom was once completed slightly than synthetic.” ―Playboy
“As the colourful anecdotes accrued on this e-book shed light on, a few stars are born slightly than made.”―New York Post
“Dealers’s outrageously interesting historical past proves that lately’s celebrities would not have so much on Richard Burton, Peter O’Toole, Richard Harris, and Oliver Reed.”―The Day by day Beast
“Hellraisers takes us again to the consideration days of degree and reveal actors Peter O’Toole, Richard Burton, Richard Harris, and Oliver Reed.”―Connecticut News
OFF SCREEN THEY WERE LEGENDS!
“So splendidly captures the wanton belligerence of each binging and stardom you nearly really feel the blokes themselves are telling the stories.”―GQ
“Just like the rejuvenating martinis and blurry haze of cigarettes in Mad Males, Robert Dealers’s nostalgic Hellraisers . . . quantities to an unapologetic birthday party of the plastered and the damned.”―The Wall Boulevard Journal
“A rowdy number of biggest hits.”―The New York Times
“A shockingly interesting collection of anecdotes, interspersed with unpretentious and conversational interviews―all approximately consuming.”―Los Angeles Times
“Probably the most outrageous movie e-book of the season, by way of far.“―The Buffalo News
THE BOOZY BIOGRAPHY OF THE FOUR GREATEST ACTORS TO EVER WALK―OR STAGGER―INTO A PUB.