David Frost's Book of Millionaires, Multimillionaires, and Really Rich People

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Crown, 1984 - Social Science - 107 pages
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Presents humorous tales of the eccentric behavior of the rich throughout history.

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Pushing Out the Boat
Conspicuous Consumption
Getting the Builders In
An Idea Whose Time Has Come
If Music Be the Food of Love
As Far As the Eye Can See
A Hint of Middle Eastern Promise

About the author (1984)

Sir David Frost is the only person to have interviewed the last seven Presidents of the United States and the last six prime ministers of Great Britain. He has been awarded all the major television awards including the Emmy Award (twice, for "The David Frost Show") in the US and the BAFTA Fellowship in the UK, their highest honor. Often described as "a one-man conglomerate," Sir David has worked variously as an author, film and television producer, publisher, lecturer and impresario and co-founded two network companies in the United Kingdom, LWT and TV-am. Sir David is currently hosting "Frost Over The World", his weekly current affairs programme for Al-jazeera English, as well as series for the BBC and ITV. He is also executive producing a remake of the film, "The Dam Busters", with Peter Jackson and Universal. He lives in London, Hampshire and on British Airways.

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