Celebrities in Hell

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chelCpress, 2002 - Performing Arts - 288 pages
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Nonbelievers are often portrayed as demons. Warren Allen Smith wants people to know that they are not. In fact, they are important and constructive members of society who positively influence life and culture in many ways. Celebrities In Hell provides short biographical sketches of prominent people who have belief systems that dare to be different including Woody Allen, Marlon Brando, George Carlin, George Clooney, Marlene Dietrich, Jodie Foster, Katharine Hepburn, Christopher Reeve, Howard Stern and Uma Thurman.

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A compilation of freethinkers in the entertainment industry, excerpted from the author's massive work, Who's Who in Hell. There are some truly interesting people in here, and the book is easy to read ... Read full review

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Drawn from the author's Who's Who in Hell, this edition focuses on celebrities artists, musicians, authors, actors, and those in the entertainment world whose beliefs are a bit out of the ... Read full review

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