In this lively memoir of one of TV and filmdom’s most memorable actors, readers are taken on a sixty-plus-year journey that continues to this day.
Hugh O’Brian’s style of self-discipline, enterprise, and tenacity, learned from his Marine Corps dad, carried him from being the youngest Marine Corps drill instructor in history to a legendary career as TV’s Wyatt Earp, versatile movie roles, Broadway and stage shows, as well as numerous guest appearances.
But it was a life-changing trip to Africa to meet the famed humanitarian Dr. Albert Schweitzer that set O’Brian on a new path–the founding of the Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) organization to develop young leaders, which now boasts over 425,000 alumni and growing.
The book includes over 100 photos, plus Forewords by two special friends–Debbie Reynolds and Hugh Hefner.
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