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ISBN 10: 0380753278 ISBN 13: 9780380753277. Publisher: Avon Books, 1987.
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The Boy Who Had Everything is a 1984 Australian film written and directed by Stephen Wallace. Its video title was Winner Takes All. It won the award for best screenplay at the Australian Film Institute. Jason Connery and Diane Cilento, who play mother and son in the film, are real-life mother and son. The film was also entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.
It all started when Francis, who prefers homosexuality, long ago tried to initiate Henry into new thrills. Henry wins the bloody fight, thereby succeeding William as Chairman and entering a dynastic marriage with poor little Selma Wilkenson, heiress to the company that has a patent on a breakthrough tranquilizer. Overheated dynasty doings: a vast gridlock of hot-air vendettas, clanking characters, and kiddy-car incident. In 1940, William Carson, Chairman of the Board of Carson Company (pharmaceuticals and medical supplies), stages a bare-knuckle prizefight between his massive sons Henry and Francis-who hate one another.
Thomas had long maintained his innocence in the attack on a woman sitting in her car outside a Detroit convenience store in 1987. The victim identified him two years after the attack and he was convicted in 1991. The Innocence Project requested a reinvestigation by the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office which determined the case was mishandled originally.