Carroll Baker, Walter Seltzer, Gregory Peck and others are on hand to discuss Charlton Heston, both the man and the actor. Not only do we have those people commenting but Heston himself is interviewed as we go through his early life, what got him into acting and the various roles that he played throughout his career.
Obviously if you're a fan of Heston then you should enjoy this documentary since you get to hear from the man himself as he talks about Gregory Peck, Cecil B. DeMille and various other people as well as films like PLANT OF THE APES, SOYLENT GREEN and others. The majority of his 70s and 80s work is overlooked as is often the case so you can't call this a definitive documentary but the interviews make it worth watching.
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