Wolfe made no secret that he disliked the film, especially because of changes from his original book. William Goldman, involved in early drafts of the script, also disliked Kaufman's choice to elevate the perception of Chuck Yeager above the Mercury Program astronauts. But, artistic license and all, it's a cracker of a Sunday afternoon flick. And don't forget, "No bucks...no Buck Rogers."
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The mark of the Gentleman Rogue. Handcrafted in Birmingham, England. In sterling silver. This is the ring of our brethren. The seal of our secret society. The opener of doors. The promise you make as to your character by wearing it. Today all is verified as real by data [...]
A determined, disciplined, finely-tuned machine made it around the New York City marathon course in a little over two hours today. Yet further testament to the amazing feats humans can accomplish through genetic blessing, epigenetic transformation, and disciplined training. While we take our hat off to [...]
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