by Robert Sellers
by Vic Armstrong, Robert Sellers et al.
June 29, 2011 What could be more embarrassing than an obsession with a star? For author Jon Reiner, it's not the glamorous Elizabeth Taylor who occupies his thoughts — it's her sometimes husband, Richard Burton. In Hellraisers, Reiner finds his boundless hunger for the leading man satisfied — almost.
Vic Armstrong performed stunts for Harrison Ford, as Indiana Jones. Here he fights Pat Roach's goliath Indian guard.
May 18, 2011 Vic Armstrong has made a career out of jumping from helicopters, falling off horses and leaping from trains — and he's got the scars to prove it. He tells stories from his long career on set in The True Adventures Of The World's Greatest Stuntman.
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