If you enjoyed Screen Saver: Private Stories of Public Hollywood, a memoir by former movie press agent-turned-film critic/producer Nat Segaloff, he now unlocks the La La Land Laundromat to show the dirty laundry left behind. More celebrity stories, as well as richer anecdotes, reveal how the television, radio, and studio industries really work. Anybody thinking of going into the entertainment industry take caution.
Return to Nat’s encounters with Gene Hackman, Charlton Heston, Max von Sydow, Dustin Hoffman, Peter Graves, Charley’s Angels, Gene Autry, Roddy McDowall, Butterfly McQueen, Linda Lovelace, Arthur Penn, Charlton Heston, Cheryl Ladd, Dom DeLuise, Dustin Hoffman, Gene Autry, Jaclyn Smith, John Belushi, William Friedkin, Woody Allen, and others.
Discover the nitty gritty in the town without pity.
23 chapters. Index. Illustrated.
About the author: Nat Segaloff is the author of Stirling Silliphant: The Fingers of God; Mr Huston/Mr. North: Life, Death, and Making John Houston’s Last Film; Final Cuts: The Last Films of 50 Great Directors; Lloyd Nolan: An Actor’s Life With Meaning (with Sandra Grabman). He is a former movie publicist for Fox, United Artists, American-International and independent companies, film reporter for The Boston Herald, tipster and producer for Evening and PM Magazines, and producer/director for A&E Biography. He currently co-writes Says You!, the word/game show on public radio.
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