In 1967, Ralph Cindrich left Avella, a coal-mining town in Western Pennsylvania, traveling northeast on state route 50 to Pittsburgh to play linebacker for the Pitt Panthers.
This could have been the shortest review in history. Just one word: INCREDIBLE!
Something decidedly odd is going on at Blood Moon Productions, whose Babylon Series has recently released its latest Hollywood biography: Peter O’Toole: Hellraiser, Sexual Outlaw, Irish Rebel
“[an] entertaining, enlightening success . . ."
“The rest of us would likely do better to get our celebrity fix elsewhere.”
The back cover of Edward Z.
It’s hard to believe that young people today may have no idea who Alfred Hitchcock was or what he created.
“perfect for anyone who loves film, Turner Classic Movies, PBS, or show business.”
“He’s wonkish and not terribly entertaining. You could say as much about the book.”
“Journey of a Dress is a fun retelling of a true fashion fairy tale.”
“Scott Eyman pulls off a nifty trick in his new biography John Wayne: The Life and Legend: He actually makes the Duke seem interesting. . . . downright fascinating.”
"Autobiography is unmistakably the work of the singer and lyricist of the still-beloved band The Smiths."
“Doris Day Confidential is a thoughtful and thought-provoking work.”
“. . . several degrees more substantial than the typical musician tell-all.”
“You just can’t make up this stuff! Staggering!”
“. . . diminishes rather than enhances Mr. Hamilton’s contentions.”
“. . . comes at you like Citizen Kane . . .
“. . . a dude’s guide to enlightenment . . . a lanky, loose-limbed labor of love . . .”
Midway through his new memoir, Life Is a Gift, singer/painter/icon Tony Bennett presents his readers with an “old Chinese proverb:”
“Mr. Williams has crafted a one-person artistic conglomerate . . .”
“Kate: The Kate Moss Book: a conversation piece as well as the definitive coffee table book on the celebrity model.”
“In a voice like none other. . . . perhaps the most ingratiatingly candid of the many celebrity memoirs.”
“. . . a new story in a canon that feels older than time itself.”
“. . . Mr. Schwarzenegger certainly knows something about pleasing his audience.”
In his new memoir, Total Recall, Arnold Schwarzenegger writes:
“Light and Shade is simply an excellent rock ’n’ roll read.”