In his 1988 memoir Travels, author Michael Crichton recalls the time he spent with actor Sean Connery during the shooting of the film The Great Train Robbery in Ireland in 1978. Crichton, the famed author of Jurassic Park, Sphere, Congo, Disclosure, and a number of other popular novels, was also once a film director. Connery was the star of The Great Train Robbery, and Crichton clearly was in awe of the volcanic Scotsman. The anecdotes he relates of Connery’s masculine charisma make it clear that men today can learn a great deal from him.
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