Montage - A Memoir and Expose (paperback)
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Montage - A Memoir and Expose

by Bruce J. Starin


364 pages

6x9 size

ISBN 9798887714813


In the world of film, a MONTAGE is a rapid succession of images used to advance a narrative. 

In this book, author Bruce J. Starin stretches the definition a bit to form a composite picture of a life in show business combining several separate vignettes and encounters over the years with show business legends creating a memoir and expose that is at once – awesome, absurd, revealing, and with its zany spin on reality, always laugh out loud funny. 

Starin’s experiences include Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontaine, Joan Crawford, Lee Van Cleef, James Earl Jones, and Betty White, to Jerry Springer, Kenny Rogers, Dustin Hoffman, Ken Howard, Jimi Hendrix, Pee Wee Herman, Leif Garrett, Jim Brown, Ray Liotta and many, many, others. 

The author’s adventures span the world from being cruised by hookers on motor scooters in Saigon, to buying beers and sharing a smoke with a legendary skid row poet in West Hollywood’s infamous Barney’s Beanery.

With little or no regard for his own safety, let alone as to where or with who, Starin delves into his experiences with wide-eyed enthusiasm dealing with legendary personalities and in some cases bizarre situations worldwide, in an entertaining read that is, at the same time astounding, and even harder to put down.


“MONTAGE” – A collection of “Eye-Brows Up” encounters and observations during a life in international show business…