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    • The Improv

    • An Oral History of the Comedy Club That Revolutionized Stand-Up
    • De : Budd Friedman, Tripp Whetsell, Jay Leno - foreword
    • Lu par : Johnny Heller
    • Durée : 10 h et 55 min
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    In 1963, 30-year-old Friedman - who had recently quit his job as a Boston advertising executive and returned to his hometown of New York to become a theatrical producer - opened a coffee house for Broadway performers called the Improvisation. His goal? Simply to make a living, and if all went according to plan, to also make enough professional contacts to be able to mount his first Broadway show within a year's time. Later shortened to the Improv, its first West 44th Street location was in a seedy section of Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen.

    Prix : 22,40 €

    • The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray

    • A Critical Appreciation of the World's Finest Actor
    • De : Robert Schnakenberg
    • Lu par : Johnny Heller
    • Durée : 8 h et 8 min
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    He's played a deranged groundskeeper, a bellowing lounge singer, a paranormal exterminator, and a grouchy weatherman. He is William James "Bill" Murray, America's greatest national treasure. From his childhood lugging golf bags at a country club to his first taste of success on Saturday Night Live, from his starring roles in Hollywood blockbusters to his reinvention as a hipster icon for the 21st century, The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray chronicles every aspect of his extraordinary life and career.

    Prix : 26,33 €

    • Steven Spielberg

    • A Life in Films
    • De : Molly Haskell
    • Lu par : Johnny Heller, Jo Anna Perrin
    • Durée : 6 h et 38 min
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    "Everything about me is in my films," Steven Spielberg has said. Taking this as a key to understanding the hugely successful moviemaker, Molly Haskell explores the full range of Spielberg's works for the light they shine upon the man himself. Through such powerhouse hits as E.T., Jurassic Park, and Indiana Jones, to less-appreciated movies like the haunting Schindler's List, Haskell shows how Spielberg's uniquely evocative filmmaking and story-telling reveal the many ways in which his life, work, and times are entwined.

    Prix : 24,25 €

    • How To Survive a Horror Movie

    • All the Skills to Dodge the Kills
    • De : Seth Grahame-Smith
    • Lu par : Johnny Heller
    • Durée : 3 h et 31 min
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    Seth Grahame-Smith delivers the definitive, essential guide to making it through a horror movie in one piece. As hilarious as it is useful (if you’re trapped in a scary flick, that is), How to Survive a Horror Movie covers all the bases. Trapped in a haunted house? Check. Stalked by an evil doll? Check. Wandering aimlessly through the remains of the old world as a plague of zombies sweeps over the planet? Check.

    Prix : 13,85 €

    • Cornell '77

    • The Music, the Myth, and the Magnificence of the Grateful Dead's Concert at Barton Hall
    • De : Peter Conners
    • Lu par : Johnny Heller
    • Durée : 5 h et 2 min
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    On May 8, 1977, at Barton Hall, on the Cornell University campus, in front of 8,500 eager fans, the Grateful Dead played a show so significant that the Library of Congress inducted it into the National Recording Registry. The band had just released Terrapin Station and was still finding its feet after an extended hiatus. In 1977, the Grateful Dead reached a musical peak, and their East Coast spring tour featured an exceptional string of performances. Many Deadheads claim that the quality of the live recording of the show made by Betty Cantor-Jackson elevated its importance.

    • The Music, the Myth, and the Magnificence of the Grateful Dead's Concert at Barton Hall
    • De : Peter Conners
    • Lu par : Johnny Heller
    • Durée : 5 h et 2 min
    • Date de publication : 27/11/2018
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    Prix : 15,70 €