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By: Baxter, John

Price: $8.74

Publisher: New York, New York, U. S. A., Carroll & Graf Publishers: 1999

Edition: First Thus

Seller ID: 002896

From a review by Publishers Weekly (starred review) : "This vibrant, anecdote-packed biography. Provides an intimate portrait of a secretive man. " Luis Bunuel was dangerous, enigmatic, elusive, and never dispassionate. He had brilliant friends and made famous enemies. He helped Picasso hang the Guernica. He clashed with Greta Garbo and attended orgies staged by Charlie Chaplin. Bunuel, too, was a man of exceptional genius as well as unexpected charm, and he stan... View more info

Kate Remembered

By: Berg, A. Scott

Price: $7.36

Publisher: New York, Putnam Pub Group: 2003

Edition: Second Printing

Seller ID: 002147

From the Author's Note: This book is. Not a critical study of either Katharine Hepburn's life or her career. It is, rather, as true an account of her life as I can present, based on countless hours of private conversations during which she reminisced. Even more than recalling events, Miss Hepburn often used our time together to reflect, an exercise in which I don't think she indulged with anybody else. And so, more than my remembrances, this book intends to convey hers. ... View more info

One More Time

By: Burnett, Carol

Price: $5.01

Publisher: New York, Random House: 1986

Edition: Book Club (BCE/BOMC)

Seller ID: ME-02001

One day Carol Burnett bought a typewriter, placed it on her work table, and began a letter to her three daughters. What she wanted to tell them was what her own childhood had been like. What she DIDN'T want was for her children to grow up knowing as little about their mother's childhood as she had known about the early lives of her own parents. Day by day long-forgotten memories came flooding back, memories of a childhood sometimes so painful that she had barely been abl... View more info

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No Intermissions: the Life of Agnes De Mille

By: Easton, Carol

Price: $11.04

Publisher: New York, New York, U. S. A., Da Capo Pr: 2000

Edition: First Publishers Edition

Seller ID: 003140

No Intermissions is the first comprehensive biography of Anges de Mille, an American cultural giant: Dancer, choreographer, director, labor union leader, bestselling author, and passionate advocate of the arts. During a life that spanned most of the 20th century, de Mille worked and played with a fabulous cast of characters, from her uncle (Cecil B. De Mille) , to Charlie Chaplin, Cole Porter, Noel Coward, and many others. Drawing on unpublished papers and on extensive i... View more info

Maria Callas: An Intimate Biography

By: Edwards, Anne

Price: $8.28

Publisher: New York, St Martins Press: 2001

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 002743

Maria Callas, born in America to Greek parents who had been in the U.S. a scant four months, was expected to be a boy. When born, her mother insisted she be "taken away" and wanted nothing to do with her ten pound baby girl. Despite these initial trials, Callas grew up into a beautiful young lady with a beautiful voice to match. This is her biography, from birth to death, and includes the many twists and turn her volatile life took. Included is her marriage to Ar... View more info

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The Kid Stays in the Picture

By: Evans, Robert

Price: $11.07

Publisher: New York, Ny, U. S. A., Hyperion Press: 1994

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000732

This book not only chronicles Hollywood's last half century, but its second golden age as well. This is a man whose life journey unfolds far more adventurously than any of the films he's produced. His candor is shocking: the lurid dark years of the '80s; his cocaine arrest; his implication in what were dubbed the "Cotton Club Murders"; his thoughts of suicide; his self-committal and escape from a mental institution. And lastly, the impossible! Being back in the c... View more info

The Illustrated John Lennon

By: Giuliano, Geoffrey; Giuliano, Brenda; Lennon, Charlie (Introduction by)

Price: $13.80

Publisher: North Dighton, Massachusetts, U. S. A., JG Press: 1996

Seller ID: 003167

This book takes readers miles beyond any of the more than two dozen major books published about the dreamy, bespectacled singer/composer from suburban Liverpool. With a riveting text culled from over a decade of research into Lennon's extraordinary life, author Giuliano rounds out his insightful look at the former Beatle with seldom-before-seen photos, many never previously published, spanning the performer's life. The introduction by John's uncle reveals, for the first ... View more info


By: Gottfried, Martin

Price: $22.08

Publisher: New York, Harry N Abrams Inc: 2000

Seller ID: 002913

This volume, originally published in 1993, is an enlarged and updated version. Stephen Sondheim grew up under the wing of one of the great creators of musical theater, Oscar Hammerstein II, but he forged a long and brilliant career away from the shadow of that master. His own inventions as lyricist, composer, and in both roles, broke new ground. Beginning as a lyric writer for Leonard Bernstein (West Side Story) and Jule Styrne (Gypsy) , Sondheim struck out on his own, w... View more info

Mia & Woody, Love and Betrayal

By: Groteke, Kristi with Rosen, Marjorie

Price: $9.23

Publisher: Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc.: 1994

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: TS-07001

All fine except for last page, which has a glue mark on it. Several pictures and an action in court to gain custody of two of Farrow's children are included in the 286 pages. Pages are clean, no tears. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. View more info

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Mia & Woody, Love and Betrayal

By: Groteke, Kristi with Rosen, Marjorie

Price: $11.04

Publisher: New York, Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc.: 1994

Edition: First Edition; Unknown

Seller ID: 004449

Kristi Groteke was the nanny to Mia Farrow's children and a confidante to Farrow. After a dozen years in which the two stars seemed to live a Manhattan fairy tale, it was shocking that they publicly aired their problems and end to their affair. Woody Allen had an affair with one of the daughters, and was accused of sexual abuse to another. Written from first-hand knowledge and sympathetic understanding, this is a tale of love gone terribly wrong. Several pictures and an ... View more info

On Reflection: an Autobiography

By: Hayes, Helen, with Dody, Sanford

Price: $13.80

Publisher: New York, M. Evans & Company, Inc.: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 000564

An autobiography signed by the beautiful and talented Helen Hayes. She decided to write this book because of her tenacious faith in the world; it is was legacy for her grandchildren to read one day when they were grown. After years of unwillingness to discuss her private world, she has produced a legacy for all of us in writing of the family stories, backstage anecdotes and her recollections of spiritual struggles. This autobiography is deeply moving and affectionately w... View more info

Love Always, Patsy : Patsy Cline's Letters to a Friend

By: Hazen, Cindy; Freeman, Mike

Price: $8.28

Publisher: New York, Ny, U. S. A., Berkley Publishing Group: 1999

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 001214

In 1955, Treva Miller Steinbicker, a starstruck girl from East Tennessee, approached an up-and-coming country western singer in the hopes of establishing her fan club. Patsy Cline cheerfully accepted the honor. Over the next four years, through an intimate exchange of letters, she would become Treva's close friend and confidante. This is the collection of that remarkable, cherished correspondence - poignant, colorful, humorous and genuinely revealing in its honesty and w... View more info

Under the Rainbow : the Real Liza Minnelli

By: Mair, George

Price: $7.36

Publisher: Secaucus, Nj, U. S. A., Carol Publishing Group: 1995

Seller ID: 001114

The daughter of Judy Garland and movie director Vincente Minnelli, Liza Minelli has endured excruciating trauma and failure, and exhilirating passion and success - with the help of drugs, lovers, and a few close friends. This is the touching story of a bewildered little girl searching for the childhood she never had and a love that has eluded her. There are many intimate details included about her childhood, her troubles with her mother, her marriage to Peter Allen, and ... View more info

Remembering Patsy

By: Mansfield, Brian

Price: $11.04

Publisher: Nashville, Tennessee, U. S. A., Rutledge Hill Press: 2002

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 003190

This book is a celebration of Patsy Cline the friend, the legend, and the role model. Patsy's friends and peers such as Loretta Lynn, Jan Howard, Brenda Lee, and Bill Anderson share stories both touching and funny about the star who left well before her time. Performers who never had the opportunity to meet Cline (in fact, many weren't born when she died) such as Lee Ann Womack, k. D. Lang, Trisha Yearwood, Amy Grant, and Patty Griffin explain why Patsy Cline remains one... View more info

Ring of Fire: a Tribute to Johnny Cash

By: Mansfield, Brian

Price: $11.04

Publisher: Nashville, Tennessee, U. S. A., Rutledge Hill Press: 2003

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 003191

The music of Johnny Cash spoke to and for Americans of all ages, backgrounds, and social settings for nearly half a century. He was the first artist to be inducted in both the Rock and Roll and country Music halls of fame. This book is a celebration of the many facets of Cash. It features tributes sometimes moving and sometimes funny from Dolly Parton, Trish Yearwood, Rodney Crowell, Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn, Kris Kristofferson and others. This volume shows why the Ma... View more info

Charlie Chaplin: Comic Genius

By: Robinson, David

Price: $8.28

Publisher: New York, Harry N Abrams Inc: 1996

Seller ID: 003020

In 1914 Charlie Chaplin emerged from the costume shed at Hollywood's Keystone Studios wearing baggy pants, and ill-fitting jacket, and a small bowler hat - and thus was born the Little Tramp, one of the world's most beloved film characters. This small book chronicles Chaplin's brilliant career as an actor, writer, and director, as well as his often-controversial and much-publicized personal life - his love affairs, his pusuit by the FBI, and his final break with the Unit... View more info

Oona : Living in the Shadows: a Biography of Oona O'Neill Chaplin

By: Scovell, Jane

Price: $8.31

Publisher: New York, Ny, U. S. A., Warner Books, Incorporated: 1998

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 001135

Oona was born to a family blessed by genius and plagued by tragedy, and Oona lived in the shadows from an early age. Her father, Nobel Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill, was an alcoholic and distant man who abandoned Oona when she was a child and later disinherited her. Her eccentric mother, a writer, was loving yet often absent. Both of her brothers committed suicide at an early age. Drawing on extensive research, this book reveals how Oona yearned fo her father's... View more info

Split Image: the Life of Anthony Perkins

By: Winecoff, Charles

Price: $8.74

Publisher: New York, New York, U. S. A., E P Dutton: 1997

Edition: First Softcover Edition

Seller ID: 002134

NEW - "Much more than a celebrity tell-all. Required reading for anyone wanting a peek at the high price of stardom and homophobia. " - Milwaukee Journal Sentinal. Who is Anthony Perkins? The author was asked that continually as he interviewed individuals for this book. He grew up around the corner from Perkins, and often felt his own life was in sync with his. After all, in Psycho he was a strange man who spent much of his time alone, the rest with his mother. T... View more info