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Ruelas, Richard.

Boffo Press


198 pages




Debuting in 1956 on Arizona's KPHO television station, "The Wallace and Ladmo Show" entertained children and delighted adults for some 35 years. This volume presents a behind-the-scenes account of this beloved series and its creator, Bill Thompson. Coverage includes Thompson's privileged childhood, his adventures as a bullfighter, and his bitter conflict (and later reconciliation) with his partner Ladmo. Ruelas is a columnist for The Arizona Republic. Distributed in the U.S. by the U. of Arizona Press.

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