The first in line, 35-year-old Ben Hur of Queens, had been there since 5:30 p.m. the previous day.
You feel as if you are running in the footsteps of Ben Hur himself.
Another photo showed him standing with Charlton Heston on the set of Ben Hur, on which Vidal worked as a script doctor.
"Ben Hur," I seem to recall, was penned beneath a noble tree.
"Ben Hur" has been translated into every language which can boast of a literature.
It was rather like that famous chariot race in the play, "Ben Hur," when the landscape rolled around too fast for the horses.
Miss Stacy took Ben Hur away, but she never said a word then.
Mrs. Champ Perry bustled in to lend "Ben Hur," as a preventive of future infant immorality.
His "Ben Hur," by the way, he had written before his sojourn in the East, and not afterward as is often supposed.
Dont you remember the picture of Ben Hur in the chariot race?