The alumnus talks about the promise he kept with his late wife and his commitment to helping homeless people.
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Host James Creange ’17 talks with Ron Hall ’71 (MBA ’73) as the film he wrote and produced, Same Kind of Different as Me, hit the big screen. They discuss Hall’s involvement in Fort Worth’s Calder sculpture controversy and the way Denver Moore, a homeless man, changed his life. He also reveals what it’s like to see his life play out in a Hollywood studio and to be portrayed by actor Greg Kinnear.
Photo courtesy of Ron Hall.
Music by Mason Wagner, TCU student.
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