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Review í Party Animals É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ He produced Grease brought the Tony winning La Cage aux Folles to Broadway and was banned by the Academy for producing the worst Oscars everThe Academy for producing the worst Oscars ev. Fun entertaining in a National Enuirer kind of way Alan Carr was larger than life literally 300 plus pounds of angst hype schmooze and gay chic enclosed in billowing caftans This impresario was a fixture on the Beverly Hills scene back in the late 70searly 80s disclosure I worked in Century City and would occasionally come across Alan with his entourage in places like the Polo Lounge Jimmy's and the Bistro He threw legendary parties He produced a few decent movies some incredible bombs remember the movie with the Village People and the worst Academy Awards show in its entire history This book tears away a lot of the pomp and promo and chroicles the rapid rise and fall of a short lived icon Just the right amount of drug fueled depravity interspersed with runaway Hollywood egos backstabbling gossip and intrigue A engaging and less indulgent twist on Julia Philips' You;ll Never Eat Lunch in this Town Again

Summary ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Robert Hofler

He produced Grease brought the Tony winning La. This was a very interesting read on a very flamboyant and over the top personality If you love Hollywood and the decadence of the 70s and 80s then this book is for you I loved the coverage on the making of Grease And the book is worth it alone for the making of La Cage aux Folles from it's creation to its Broadway premiere beyond I would have liked coverage of the making of Grease 2 though It's a guilty pleasure of mine And yes the 1989 Oscar fiasco with Snow White and Rob Lowe singing a duet is covered in great detail This is a thoroughly enjoyable book and I recommend it

Robert Hofler ☆ 2 Read & download

Party AnimalsCage aux Folles to Broadway and was banned by. Alan Carr was definitely book worthy but this author forgot that most people reading this book have never heard of two thirds of the people in it and therefore bored me to death with his exhaustive detail I will credit the author for going into years of extensive interviews with many people for this book