Steve McQueen: Portrait of an American Rebel

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Primus/D.I. Fine, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 463 pages
Steve McQueen has been ranked among the best actors in film history. Biographer Marshall Terrill chronicles the life and times of a man whose power both on- and off-camera has been legendary. This first-hand account of McQueen's life leaves readers with the impression of a deep understanding of the small-town rebel who kept so many millions spellbound. Photographs.

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STEVE MCQUEEN: Portrait of an American Rebel

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Respectful, admiring, well-researched life of film actor Steve McQueen (1930-80), who packed two or three lives into his 50 years. First-time author Terrill (a dealer in Beatles memorabilia) strives ... Read full review

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Great book about an interesting character in American film history. I really enjoyed this. But I’m also biased. I like Steve McQueen. This book was very engaging and smooth and involved the reader emotionally. Really liked it. Read full review


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