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William Desmond Taylor: A Dossier

by Bruce Long

By reprinting over 400 items from contemporary newspapers, magazines, and trade journals, this book reveals Taylor's life in Hollywood-from his arrival as a minor actor in 1912 until his death in 1922 as one...


Last Chorus: An Autobiographical Medley

by Humphrey Lyttleton

A feast for all his many fans and admirers, this is the great Humphrey LytteltonÕs last book, a sparkling autobiographical kaleidoscope of memories, anecdotes, and entertaining stories from his colourful life,...


Furious Love: Elizabeth Taylor * Richard Burton the Marriage of the Century

by Sam Kashner & Nancy Schoenberger

A tough Welshman, he was softened by the affections of a breathtakingly beautiful woman: she was a modern-day Cleopatra madly in love with her own Mark Antony. For quarter of a century, Elizabeth Taylor and...


Robert Vaughn: A Fortunate Life: An Autobiography

by Robert Vaughn

At the height of his television fame on The Man From UNCLE, Robert Vaughn was one of HollywoodÕs most eligible bachelors, with countless adoring female fans. His affairs with famous celebrities, including Natalie...


Jackie Chan: Inside the Dragon

by Clyde, III Gentry

Jackie Chan: Inside the Dragon is the first biography of this international star. Drawn from one-on-one interviews with Chan himself and the actors, actresses, directors, and other stuntmen who've worked with...


Read My Lips: Stories of a Hollywood Life

by Sally Kellerman

Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Sally Kellerman pulls back the curtain on the legendary Hollywood decades of the 60s and 70s, with no paparazzi, no traffic, and no 24-hour entertainment news.


Elvis Memories: The real Elvis Presley - by those who knew him

by Michael Freedland

The man, the music, the mythology – everyone knows Elvis, right? From the swinging hips and tempestuous love life to the peanut butter and banana sandwiches. But how do the iconic snapshots and the snippets...


Finding My Voice: My Autobiography

by Elkie Brooks

Blessed with one of the richest and most distinctive voices in the music business, Elkie Brooks has been entertaining people around the world since the age of fifteen – and even longer, if you count the weddings...


The Doors: A Lifetime of Listening to Five Mean Years

by Greil Marcus

A fan from the moment the Doors’ first album took over KMPX, the revolutionary FM rock & roll station in San Francisco, Greil Marcus saw the band many times at the legendary Fillmore Auditorium and the Avalon...


Musical Heroes: A Personal View of Music and the Musical World Over Sixty Years

by Robert Ponsonby

Robert Ponsonby has been at the centre of the music world both in Britain and elsewhere for some sixty years, and Musical Heroes is a distillation of his experiences, achievements and friendships in that world....


By Some Miracle I Made It Out of There: A Memoir

by Tom Sizemore & Anna David

Tom Sizemore has been called many things. Brilliant. Brutal. Fiercely talented. Angry. Drug addicted. In reality, he’s all of them. He’s a survivor of the Detroit ghetto, the fifty-year-old father of twin...


The Jaws Log

by Carl Gottlieb

Winner of three Oscars and the highest-grossing film of its time, Jaws was a phenomenon, and this is the only book on how twenty-six-year-old Steven Spielberg transformed Peter Benchley's number-one bestselling...


Monty Python Speaks

by David Morgan

Monty Python, the genius comedy troupe from Britain, single-handedly revolutionized sketch comedy and paved the way for everything from Saturday Night Live to Austin Powers. Now, in their official oral history,...


Self-Inflicted Wounds

by Aisha Tyler

self-inflicted wound (n): a spectacularly humiliating, and often hilarious, incident entirely of one's own making.

see also: you did it to yourself.

Have you ever made a decision you instantly regretted? Humiliated...


Traci Lords: Underneath It All

by Traci Lords

The moving, gripping, and tell–all autobiography of Traci Elizabeth Lords, a former child porn queen, electronica maven, and cult movie and TV star.

At 14, Nora Kuzma ran away from home and ended up on the...


The Friedkin Connection

by William Friedkin

With such seminal movies as The Exorcist and The French Connection, Academy Award-winning director William Friedkin secured his place as a great filmmaker. A maverick from the start, Friedkin joined other young...


The Jazz Life of Dr. Billy Taylor

by Teresa L. Reed

The Jazz Life of Dr. Billy Taylor: America's Classical Musician is the autobiography of the legendary jazz ambassador whose work spans more than six decades, from the heyday of 52nd Street in 1940s New York...


John Gilbert: The Last of the Silent Film Stars

by Eve Golden

Charming and classically handsome, John Gilbert (1897--1936) was among the world's most recognizable actors during the silent era. He was a wild, swashbuckling figure on screen and off, and accounts of his life...


Todd Haynes

by Rob White

Radical readings of a pioneer in queer cinema


My Last Sigh: The Autobiography of Luis Bunuel

by Luis Bunuel

A provocative memoir from Luis Buñuel, the Academy Award winning creator of some of modern cinema's most important films, from Un Chien Andalou to The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie.

Luis Buñuel’s films...