Is there a hole in your head?
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Is there a hole in your head?

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Published by I. Obolensky in New York .
Written in English

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementWritten and illustrated by Neil Appelbaum.
SeriesAn Astor book
LC ClassificationsPZ7.A644 Is
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5881332M
LC Control Number63012382

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A Hole in the Head () is a DeLuxe Color comedy film, in CinemaScope, directed by Frank Capra, featuring Frank Sinatra, Edward G. Robinson, Eleanor Parker, Keenan Wynn, Carolyn Jones, Thelma Ritter, Dub Taylor, Ruby Dandridge, Eddie Hodges, and Joi Lansing, and released by United Artists. It was based upon the play of the same name by Arnold Schulman. Hole In the Head: A Life Revealed. K likes. Vertus Hardiman was forced to hide a secret under a wig for 71 years. At the age of five, he and nine other children were SEVERELY irradiated amid a. (Hole in the Head; A Life Revealed) That video is a blessing to me that taught me some precious lessons that I have been ignoring, for years. As a person with a physical disability, this story is certainly blessed by God and I am VERY thankful to have this dvd and book of Mr. Hardiman. Peace be with you & your family, Janien Harrison.   The truth is, the idea that there exists in your brain a perfect memory of an entire book from 60 years ago is already highly dubious, and that’s not even the most fanciful part of Carson’s claim.