(Names in bold will be found in Players; bolded Titles in References)
“In the five years between 1925 and 1930, fifty-five people were killed making movies, and more than ten thousand injured. By the late 1930s, the maverick stuntman willing to do anything for a buck was disappearing. Now under scrutiny, experienced stunt men began to separate themselves from amateurs by building special equipment, rehearsing stunts, and developing new techniques.”
Garrett Soden, How Our Greatest Fear Became Our Greatest Thrill.
“Let’s go on one more tour, just one more time.”