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This week, long lines at the premier of the new movie are bringing out a new generation of Star Wars fans. See what creators Steven Spielberg, George Lukas, and John Williams have to say about several of our books:
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CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S THE FREAK
A large crate tucked away in a musky storage room reveals a treasure: a pair of meticulously crafted wings covered with swan feathers made for a final film Charlie Chaplin never completed.
The seminal filmmaker had the surprisingly heavy contraptions made for his daughter Victoria, whom he envisioned in the role of "The Freak," a winged girl that brings hope to humanity but also exposes its deepest flaws.
"It seemed to me to be a very beautiful fairy tale. Something that maybe only a man of his age can imagine, can dream. A very charming dream," Chaplin's now sixty-nine-year-old son, Michael, told AFP, his dark eyes sparkling as he recalls reading his father's script back in the 1970s.
A book published this week in Switzerland, where Chaplin spent the last twenty-four years of his life, for the first time gives a full account of the unfulfilled project. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
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Waiting, waiting, waiting can make you thin, man. We've got a lot of books coming out, but a few of them are still in various stages of careful completion. We need just a bit more time to finish them, but the wait will be worth it. Here's just a few to whet your appetite:
Reels & Rivals: Sisters in Silent Films Paul Muni The Funniest Icons of the Twentieth Century
Red Channels (1950s Communist black listings) 650 Things I Learned From The Sopranos Gimme a Thrill (the story of I'll Say She Is, the lost Marx Brothers musical and how it was found) There’s An Old Polish Proverb That Says, “BANACEK” (The 1972-74 NBC Mystery Movie series, Banacek)
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When Leonard Maltin names as one of the books he most wants to read next this Nat Segaloff book about director John Houston's last film, that's the highest rating of all! (See below.)
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Get a head start on New Year's Day cooking with Kathy "Sissy" Garver's and Geoffrey Mark's collection of retro recipes from the 1960s.
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Named one of the Top Film Books of 2015 by Thomas Gladysz inHuffington Post, this unique documentation of all Lugosi live performances fills an important niche in the actor's life and work.
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Harold Lloyd in Annette D'Agostino Lloyd's fanbook for lovers of the iconic star of silent movies and a few talking pictures.
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Brian Taves presents his Hollywood Presents Jules Verne presentation, with some words on the BearManor Media Jules Verne Palik Series, on January 28, 2016, 12:00 noon, at the What If? . . . Science Fiction Fiction and Fantasy Forum at the Mary Pickford Theater, Library of Congress, Washington, DC.
Gary D. Rhodes' and Tom Weaver's Ed Wood's Bride of the Monsterearned a stellar review in the Standard Examiner. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
Charlotte Rae just earned another smashing review for The Facts of My Life, her much-loved autobiography. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REVIEW in Smashing Interviews Magazine.
Nat Segaloff informs us that none other than film historian Leonard Maltin has stated on his Movie Crazy web site that he has picked Nat'sMr. Houston / Mr. North book as one of the few he looks forward to reading this next year. CLICK HERE TO SEE MALTIN'S ENTIRE LIST OF BOOKS.
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Take These Jokes, Please by Mel Simons
The jokes of the greatest of the greats, including entertainers such as Milton Berle, Red Buttons, and Joan Rivers
Bronson's Loose Again On the Set With Charles Bronson by Paul Talbot
more information on the Death Wish series and also details the complex histories behind eighteen other Charles Bronson movies.
A Life Behind the Scenes From Pinewood to Hollywood by Paul Hitchcock
The award-winning screenwriter's new amplified novelization of his script for Robert Aldrich's unforgettable 1973 film. The full unedited story filmgoers never experienced. (The Publisher says that the book will be slightly delayed, yet will come out next year.)
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century by Patrick Jankiewicz
A comprehensive study of 1979-1981 American science fiction series.
Think Pink The Depatie-Frelend Story by Mark Arnold.
The inspiration behind the ink of the animation studio that brought hilarious cartoons, such as The Pink Panther series.Fifty.
Leave It To Me by Don Trenner with Tim Atherton
The autobiography of the musical mastermind behind many Las Vegas shows and American television series.
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IN MEMORIAM MARJORIE LORD
She still lives on through Make Room for Daddy reruns every night on Cozy TV and often on MeTV. Marjorie Lord, who played Danny Thomas' wife for eleven years on the perennial series, died at the age of 97 on Friday, December 11, 2015.
Marjorie became a philanthropist in Los Angeles after leaving acting, co-foundning the Scripter Award. She was the widow of longtime Union Bank of California chairman Harry Volk, who helped establish Los Angeles' Music Center and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
She was also the mother of Oscar-nominated Fatal Attractionstar Anne Archer, her daughter from her marriage to her first husband, actor John Archer. Marjorie also had a son, Gregg Archer.
Marjorie got her start on Broadway in the 1930s, when she was still in her teens, and then she headed West during Hollywood's Golden Age after signing contracts at RKO and later Universal. (Excerpted from "The Wrap" by Thom Geier, December 12, 2015.)
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