Caligula is one of only three films that Ebert ever walked out of.
Still, the program, along with his many books on film, elevated Ebert to “rock star status,” says James.
Ebert was celebrated for the sardonic wit and democratic writing style he employed in his reviews.
When that, too, was a failure, the surgeon tried to persuade Ebert to try one more.
His wife was by his bedside every day, insisting they pray together, never mind that Ebert is an openly agnostic evolutionist.
But when he went to Vienna, Ebert studied two years more under Goltermanns direction.
A man named Ebert built this house and occupied it as a private residence.
He had told her to spend a few hours down at Ebert Labs, getting notes on their progress.
The best-known apparatus for the purpose is that devised by Ebert.
Ebert's work is somewhat out of date now, but it still has its use.