Paradise and Purgatory
Special | 26m 48s
After rejecting a number of places as too civilized, too conscious of his notoriety, Ernest Hemingway spent the summer and fall of 1930 hunting and fishing at the L Bar T, a dude ranch twelve miles south of Cooke City, MT. Although his vacation was initially a great success, it nearly ended in tragedy.
Aired: 10/09/03Video has closed captioning.