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Shatner rules : your guide to understanding the Shatnerverse and the world at large

Author: William Shatner
Publisher: New York : Dutton, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The actor best known as Captain Kirk on "Star Trek" shares self-deprecating memories from his on- and off-screen experiences while discussing such topics as his larger-than-life celebrity persona, his career longevity, and his views on modern technology.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Humor
Named Person: William Shatner; William Shatner; William Shatner; William Shatner; William Shatner
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Shatner
ISBN: 9780525952510 0525952519
OCLC Number: 706017774
Description: ix, 251 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Rule : Start every book with an introduction --
Rule : Say "yes" --
Rule : To be Shatner, you must know Shatner --
Rule : Busy is measured in units of Shatner --
First rule for turning 80 : Just smile. You're lucky you made it --
Rule : Go west, young man, and leave the map at home --
Rule : Stay hydrated --
Rule : It's good to bury the hatchet ... so your former co-stars won't find it and use it on you --
Rule : Get the damn line right! --
Rule : Always have a spare set of underwear on hand --
Rule : Eat what you kill! (Provided it doesn't kill you first!) --
Rule : If anyone asks you to star in a movie shot entirely in Esperanto, say "Klam kaj kiet mutta?" --
Rule : Balls are important, but stones are money --
Rule : You can always find a good friend in a white crowd --
Rule : Know when to turn Shatner on, and when to turn Shatner off --
Rule : Grab life by the (golden) throat --
Rule : Respect the artistic process of others, even if their process takes forever.
Responsibility: William Shatner with Chris Regan.

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The actor best known as Captain Kirk on "Star Trek" shares self-deprecating memories from his on- and off-screen experiences while discussing such topics as his larger-than-life celebrity persona, his career longevity, and his views on modern technology.

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