One on one robby benson
Robby Benson (Narrator of If You Give a Mouse a Cookie)I’m Not Dead…Yet!
Best known for starring in films such as “Ice Castles”, “Ode to Billy Joe”, “The Chosen”, “Running Brave”, in his own screenplay for the Warner Bros. basketball classic, “One on One” and to a new generation as the voice of Beast in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” actor, director, producer, writer, composer and entertainer Robby Benson has authored a new memoir I’m Not Dead…Yet!
I’m Not Dead…Yet! is a funny, introspective look at surviving four open heart surgeries for a congenital valve defect while continuing a dynamic creative career in and out of Hollywood. Benson’s goal with the book is to help patients of all kinds and their loved ones get through surgery and recovery with
knowledge and humor. I’m Not Dead… Yet! was originally conceived by Benson for the iPad as a cutting edge use of technology to create a multi-media experience for the reader. The ‘flagship’ iPad version includes 20 songs, 4 career film clips, 5 slide shows of his photography scored by Benson himself and
preface and epilogue read by the author. The Standard version of I’m Not Dead… Yet! is available in print and all e-reader/tablet formats now.
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One on One is a sports drama film starring Robby Benson and Annette O' Toole. It was written by Benson and his father Jerry Segal, directed by Lamont.
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When, in the middle of his senior year, he is approached by university basketball scouts, Henry holds out for the best deal, which includes not only a four-year scholarship, private tutoring and various jobs to put money in his pocket, but also an automobile of his choice. That autumn, en route to the big West Coast university that has won Henry, the car of his choice starts to steam ominously. The car looks great but it's a lemon. Benson and his father, Jerry Segal, has of the high-pressure, big-business world of supposedly amateur university athletics. This is not the reason that "One on One" seems so decent and entertaining.