Hollywood Urban Legends: The Truth Behind All Those Delightfully Persistent Myths of Film, Television, and Music

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New Page Books, 2001 - Performing Arts - 256 pages
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TV : Back to The Fugitive - Joanie Loves What? - ``And the Password Is...'' - Touched by an Atheist - Myths of the Super Bowl - ``Willy Gilligan'' and the Seven Deadly Sins - Arnold on a Spit - Cosby Buys The Little Rascals - Bert and Ernie Are Gay and Dead! - The Newlywed Game Blooper - Lives : Mel Gibson: Man Without a Face? - Bogart the Gerber Baby? - Did the Duke Dodge the Draft? - Cher's Rib Removal - Hanoi Jane Fonda - Marilyn's Dress Size - Movies : Fargo-ing the Truth - Briefcase Full of Soul - Johnny Rocco's Recount - I'm Drunk and You're a Prostitute - The Jesus Chronicles - Casa-bunka - The Curse of Poltergeist - Fact or Fiction? : Tom Green's Nazi Prank - Monica Puts Foot in Mouth - Johnny Carson's Quips - ``Lido Deck, Sir?'' Unrelated Legends - Was Lucy a Commie? - Mean Martha Stewart - The Celebrity Snub - Music : Madonna, Tip-Top Starlet - Let It Bleed - It's Not Easy Being a Green CD - Eminem lives! - ``Fire and Rain'' - ``The Little Girl'' - Blondie Blun ...

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Joanie Loves What?
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Touched by an Atheist
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