The Games Do Count - Ron Shelton Summary & Analysis

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Ron Shelton Summary and Analysis

Ron Shelton, director and screenwriter, began playing sports as a small child. Ron was a good baseball player who continued to play despite being injured. Ron had many good memories from his playing days. Ron also took the lessons he learned, such as how to deal with the ups and downs without losing his commitment, and applied them to his adult life. Ron also liked to work with ex-athletes because they know how to take direction better.

Ron learned how to keep himself committed to his sport no matter what, and this helped him through marriage and work problems as an adult. Ron also found that athletes are more disciplined and easier to work with, finding himself more comfortable working with actors who were once athletes in his work as a director.

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