New in paperback!
SHAKESPEARE IN THE MOVIES
From the Silent Era to Today
Updated with a new chapter. “Covers a vast
range...fascinating.”—The Washington Post.
“From the Globe to the multiplex, this
exhaustive study leaves no stone unturned.”
Berkley Boulevard 272pp. 0-425-18176-6 $14.00
ON POLITICS AND
THE ART OF ACTING
Miller considers the twin arts of acting and
politics in our Age of Entertainment, contrasting the relatively poor thespian skills of
presidential candidates Bush and Gore with
the consummate art practiced by Clinton,
Reagan, JFK, and FDR.
Viking 96 pp. 0-670-03042-2 $15.00
WAYS OF SEEING
Examines the relationship between reality
and perception, tracing the role of art in
understanding the world.
Penguin 176 pp. 0-14-013515-4 $14.00
AMUSING OURSELVES TO DEATH
Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business
“Both carefully argued and cautiously qualified.”—Chicago Sun-Times.
Penguin 192pp. 0-14-009438-5 $14.00
YOU’LL NEVER EAT LUNCH
IN THIS TOWN AGAIN
“At once a confessional autobiography, an
exposé of Hollywood, and a manual on
movie making.”—San Francisco Chronicle.
Signet 656 pp. 0-451-17072-5 $7.99
REBEL WITHOUT A CREW
Or How a 23-Year-Old Filmmaker
with $7,000 Became a Hollywood Player
“Straight-talking and highly entertaining.”
—Entertainment Weekly. Photographs.
Plume 256 pp. 0-452-27187-8 $14.00
I’M LOSING YOU
“Wagner speaks in many startling voices—
a James Joyce whose Dublin is Hollywood.”
Plume 336 pp. 0-452-27868-6 $12.95
THE CIGARETTE GIRL
“An excruciatingly witty debut from screenwriter Wolper, set in Hollywood and full of
glam-girl insights on love, sex, success, and
the search for Mr. Maybe.”—Kirkus Reviews.
Riverhead 288pp. 1-57322-818-4 $12.95
Also in Riverhead: Secret Celebrity 1-57322-214-3.
New in paperback!
KING OF CANNES
Madness, Mayhem, and the Movies
“A demented, desperate and deliriously
funny tour of the Cannes Film Festival....
Rare and precious.”—Amy DiBello,
Penguin 272 pp. 0-14-100147-X $13.00
OF MICE AND MAGIC
A History of American Animated Cartoons
This revised edition includes the latest
animation breakthroughs over the past
decade. Illustrations, Filmography,
Glossary, Video rental sources.
Plume 529 pp. 0-452-25993-2 $28.00
Also in NAL: The Great American Broadcast
PLEASE STAND BY
A Prehistory of Television
“Please Stand By is like television at its
best: lively, informative, accessible and
marvelously entertaining.”—Trey Graham,
The Washington Post Book World. “An
interesting and useful chronicle of the
antics of the earliest days of television.”
—John Chancellor, The New York Times
Overlook 248 pp. 0-87951-615-1 $15.95
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