The Films of Robert DeNiro (Google eBook)

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Citadel Press, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 298 pages
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Very few actors have received the audience and critical acclaim or had the box office draw of Robert De Niro. Nominated for six Academy Awards and the recipient of two, he commands the best roles Hollywood has to offer. A virtuoso leading man in such movies as Raging Bull and Casino, he has also been outstanding in relatively minor but eye-catching roles in such works as Brazil and Greetings.

The Films of Robert De Niro is a complete, up-to-the-minute examination of his entire life and career, including such memorable movies as Copland, Cape Fear, The Deer Hunter, The Godfather Part II, and Taxi Driver. It is guaranteed to appeal to fans of an actor whose unparalleled career shows no signs of slowing down.

  

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Contents

The Wedding Party
23
Greetings
27
The Swap aka Sams Song
34
Bloody Mama
39
Hi Mom
45
Jennifer on My Mind
51
Born to Win
55
The Gang That Couldnt Shoot Straight
59
Jacknife
190
Were No Angels
194
Awakenings
200
Stanley and Iris
206
GoodFellas
210
Guilty by Suspicion
218
Backdraft
223
Cape Fear
229

Bang the Drum Slowly
63
Mean Streets
70
The Godfather Part II
78
1900Novecento
88
Taxi Driver
96
The Last Tycoon
105
New York New York
112
The Deer Hunter
118
Raging Bull
126
True Confessions
138
The King of Comedy
144
Once Upon a Time in America
151
Falling in Love
158
Brazil
163
The Mission
167
Angel Heart
175
The Untouchables
178
Midnight Run
184
Mistress
235
Night and the City
238
Mad Dog and Glory
242
This Boys Life
245
A Bronx Tale
250
Mary Shelleys Frankenstein
257
Casino
264
Heat
270
The Fan
275
Sleepers
278
Marvins Room
281
Cop Land
283
Jackie Brown
286
Wag the Dog
289
Great Expectations
292
Ronin
295
As We Go to Print
297
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Robert De Niro
Giorgio Nisini
Limited preview - 2004

About the author (2001)

DOUGLAS BRODE is a novelist, screenwriter, playwright, film historian, and multi-award winning journalist. The author of more than thirty books on film, TV, and American popular culture, he teaches at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications.

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