How to Impersonate Famous People

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Crown, 1985 - American wit and humor. - 85 pages
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Offers tongue-in-cheek instructions for impersonating the dress, mannerisms, and appearance of Groucho Marx, Bette Davis, Clint Eastwood, Fred Astaire, Mae West, Joan Rivers, and Peter Sellers

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Contents

AL JOLSON 2 ALLPURPOSE GENERIC
6
JAMES CAGNEY
12
CLINT EASTWOOD
18
Copyright

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Born in Greenwich, London, Christopher Fowler has written for film, television, radio, graphic novels, and for national newspapers. Fowler is the multi-award winning author of more than thirty novels and ten short-story collections, including the lauded Bryant & May Peculiar Crimes Unit mystery novels. In 2010 he was nominated for eight national book awards. He is a regular columnist for both UK The Independent on Sunday and the Financial Times.

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