Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds : Princess Leia & Unsinkable Tammy in Hell / Darwin Porter. / Danforth Prince.
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|Clinton PL - Clinton||791.4309 POR (Text)||36806002086336||NON-FICTION 2ND FLOOR||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781936003570
- Physical Description: 630 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Stated Island : Blood Moon Productions / 2018.
Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds: Princess Leia & Unsinkable Tammy in Hell represents the first in-depth biography of the mother-daughter duo, and is especially recommended for prior fans of either woman, who will find this survey replete with new information, scandals, and colorful insights. Black and white vintage photos liberally pepper a series of revelations which assume the high drama and attraction of hot Hollywood gossip, but with an overlay of truth that attends to revealing not only the lives of and connections between Fisher and Reynolds, but their overall, lasting impact on Hollywood and pop culture alike. It's rare that a survey of much-publicized icons offers unique perspectives and new information, but Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds does so in a sweeping, thoroughly engrossing manner that will give their fans new insights and perspectives. While no Hollywood library should be without this authoritative coverage, it should also be mentioned that despite its volume (over six hundred pages of detail), it's quite accessible to those with relatively little prior information about the duo, who will find that the length of the volume in no way precludes its value as both a serious study and an attractive leisure read. (Diane Donovan Senior Editor, California Bookwatch, June, 2018)
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Hailed for their ability to skewer the inflated, long-standing myths and icons of show-biz, Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince are the world's most prolific and visible biographers of Hollywood celebrities. Residents of New York City, and winners of book awards from many literary competitions across the U.S., they're co-authors and co-producers of streams of written entertainment about how America interprets its celebrities.