“Add the late PBS painter Bob Ross to the list of youthful memories with a darker side, at least in terms of the messy battle that followed his death.
“”Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed” won’t ruin anyone’s childhood, but it does reflect the difficulty of remembering such personalities in pastel-hued colors, especially when green enters the picture.
“”Bob Ross” begins by dutifully charting Ross’ rise as a TV personality. He followed a stint in the Air Force by teaching art, using his soothing voice, trademark mane and knack for churning out landscapes at lightning speed to secure a spot on television hosting “The Joy of Painting.”
“Ross achieved those breakthroughs with the help of a couple, Annette and Walt Kowalski, who championed him and his work, before assuming control of Bob Ross Inc. after he died of cancer in 1995 at 52.”
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