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Pola Negri: Hollywood's First Femme Fatale

by Mariusz Kotowski

Pola Negri (1897--1987) rose from an impoverished childhood in Warsaw, Poland, to become one of early Hollywood's greatest stars. After tuberculosis ended her career as a ballerina in 1912, she turned to acting...


The Jesus Lizard Book

by The Jesus Lizard

Legendary indie rockers the Jesus Lizard present an idiosyncratic, impassioned book document of their rock and roll conquests.


Love You Bye: My Story

by Scott Mills

The story of how a painfully shy boy from the suburbs of Southampton made it to the biggest radio station in the UK, and just about managed to stay there...

Scott Mills is a daily companion to millions of listeners...


700 Sundays

by Billy Crystal

To support his family, Billy Crystal's father, Jack, worked two jobs, having only one day a week to spend with his family. Based on Crystal's one-man Broadway show of the same name, "700 Sundays"--referring...


Kylie

by Sean Smith

KYLIE is a major new biography, telling the life story of Kylie Minogue, a true pop icon, now back on our screens in hit show The Voice.

Everybody loves Kylie. No popular figure in modern culture deserves the...


You Must Remember This: Life and Style in Hollywood's Golden Age

by Robert J Wagner & Scott Eyman

A New York Times bestseller and a “charming tribute” (Kirkus) to Hollywood’s most beloved era

 

Film and television star Robert Wagner has been delighting audiences for more than sixty years, and his many...


Bob and Ray, Keener Than Most Persons

by David Pollock

(Applause Books). By the established comedy conventions of their era, Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding were true game changers. Never playing to the balcony, Bob and Ray instead entertained each other. Because they...


Shooting Stars: My Unexpected Life Photographing Hollywood's Most Famous

by Jennifer Buhl

Get an Insider Glimpse into What Life is Really Like Among Hollywood's Bright Lights and Big Stars

As a young woman struggling to make ends meet in L.A., photographer Jennifer Buhl never dreamed that a chance...


Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina

by Misty Copeland

Determination meets dance in this memoir by the history-making ballerina.

In this instant New York Times bestseller, Misty Copeland makes history, telling the story of her journey to become the first African-American...


Country Music Broke My Brain: A Behind-the-Microphone Peek at Nashville's Famous and Fabulous Stars

by Gerry House & Reba McEntire

Nashville is filled with stars and lovers and writers and dreamers. Nashville is also teeming with lunatics and grifters and dip wads and moochers. Gerry House fits easily into at least half of those categories....


Seducing Ingrid Bergman

by Chris Greenhalgh

The beautiful Casablanca star, the world's greatest war photographer, and the secret love affair that would change their lives forever . . . in Chris Greenhalgh's Seducing Ingrid Bergman

June 1945. When Ingrid...


My Anecdotal Life

by Carl Reiner

More than once, Carl Reiner has had friends say, “Hey, Reiner, you ought to write those things down.” And at eighty, he finally has.

In this funny and engaging memoir, one of the best raconteurs on the planet...


Terrence Malick

by Lloyd Michaels

A critical analysis of an exceptional American director


Lee J. Cobb: Characters of an Actor

by Donald Dewey

This is the first biography of Lee J. Cobb, the actor who originated the role of Willy Loman in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. This biography follows the actor from his roots in Brooklyn, New York to...


The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression: Shirley Temple and 1930s America

by John F. Kasson

“[An] elucidating cultural history of Hollywood’s most popular child star . . . a must-read.”—Bill Desowitz, USA Today Her image appeared in periodicals and advertisements roughly twenty times daily;...


Woman with a Movie Camera: My Life as a Russian Filmmaker

by Marina Goldovskaya, Antonina W. Bouis & Robert Rosen

Marina Goldovskaya is one of Russia's best-known documentary filmmakers. The first woman in Russia (and possibly the world) to combine being a director, writer, cinematographer, and producer, Goldovskaya has...


Hollywood Exile, or How I Learned to Love the Blacklist

by Bernard Gordon

The Hollywood blacklist, which began in the late 1940s and ran well into the 1960s, ended or curtailed the careers of hundreds of people accused of having ties to the Communist Party. Bernard Gordon was one...


Col. William N. Selig, the Man Who Invented Hollywood

by Andrew A. Erish

All histories of Hollywood are wrong. Why? Two words: Colonel Selig. This early pioneer laid the foundation for the movie industry that we know today. Active from 1896 to 1938, William N. Selig was responsible...


Harry Reasoner: A Life in the News

by Douglass K. Daniel

Harry Reasoner was one of the most trusted and well-liked journalists of the golden age of network television news. Whether anchoring the evening newscast on CBS in the 1960s or on ABC in the 1970s, providing...


Secret Lives of Great Filmmakers: What Your Teachers Never Told You about the World's Greatest Directors

by Robert Schnakenberg & Mario Zucca

Strange-But-True Tales of Cross-Dressers, Drug Addicts, Foot Fetishists, and Other Legendary Filmmakers.

 

With outrageous and uncensored profiles of everyone from D. W. Griffith to Quentin Tarantino, Secret...