Clown Prince of Hollywood: The Antic Life and Time of Jack L. Warner

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 324 pages
Traces the life and career of the influential producer, shares the impressions of those who worked with him, and surveys Warner Brothers films

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Clown prince of Hollywood: the antic life and times of Jack L. Warner

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"Correcting'' Jack Warner's whimsical "as told to'' autobiography (1964), this (surprisingly) first biography of the subject (1892-1978), written by the ace veteran Hollywood writer/reporter, offers ... Read full review

Contents

Krasnashiltz to Youngstown
9
Beginnings of the Dynasty
19
Foothold in Hollywood
33
Copyright

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Thomas is the first author to be honored with a star on Hollywood Boulevard's walk of fame.

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