Ernie : the autobiography by Borgnine, Ernest; Borgnine, Ernest; Borgnine, Ernest

By Borgnine, Ernest; Borgnine, Ernest; Borgnine, Ernest

During this candid and witty memoir, Ernest Borgnine tells approximately his fifty-year profession in films and television.

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They’d roll it out and spread some tomato sauce on top with some salami and mushrooms or whatever they had there, and heat it for dinner. Today, people like Mrs. Simone, making homemade pies, would be wealthy! Maybe she should have gone to New York and worked with Oscar. My favorite activity was hiking on Pine Rock Mountain. Joey and I felt like explorers, picking among the boulders and thistles. You didn’t worry about Lyme disease back then. If a tick bit you, you burned it off with a cigarette or hot match.

Well, as fate would have it—and trust me, luck plays a big part in the life of any successful person—I saw a sign on that vendor’s cart that became my philosophy. ” In other words, don’t plan big. Go from step to step to step—forward. If you’ve got talent and perseverance, and fate is willing to lend an occasional hand, the rest will take care of itself. Chapter 2 Welcome to America My father was born Camillo Borgnino, in a little town called Ottiglio in northern Italy. Ottiglio is located above Toreno and is surrounded by mountains.

If you got poison ivy, you washed and scratched. We used to go everywhere together. We’d go swimming, always bare, at Martha’s Hole and Ear Hole and all kinds of places. Back then nobody thought anything of boys skinny-dipping. We didn’t go in the lake—which was actually some kind of quarry that had filled with water—because too many people had drowned there. If you threw something in you couldn’t see it hit bottom. It was that deep. We also used to go to Farnham’s Farm to steal apples and vegetables we couldn’t grow.

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