Hollywood Urban Legends: The Truth Behind All Those Delightfully Persistent Myths of Film, Television, and Music

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New Page Books, 2001 - Performing Arts - 256 pages
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As the syndicated columnist for the "Chicago Sun Times" and co-host of "Ebert & Roeper and the Movies", Roeper hears all the rumors about movies stars and the bizarre things they supposedly did--or did not--do. Now he gives readers the truth behind the most deliciously false stories about their favorite stars. Photos.

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Review: Hollywood Urban Legends: The Truth Behind All Those Delightfully Persistent Myths of Film, Television, and Music

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I ate this book up like cotton candy. It may be a "guilty" pleasure, but danged if it isn't fascinating! Read full review

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A very funny, quick and easy read. A good beach book full of fun trivia. Read full review

Contents

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Joanie Loves What?
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Touched by an Atheist
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Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Richard Roeper is a columnist for the "Chicago Sun-Times "and the co-host of "Ebert & Roeper. "He is the author of "Sox and the City, Schlock Value, Ten Sure Signs a Movie Character Is Doomed, Urban Legends, "and "Hollywood Urban Legends.

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