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Warren Beatty : the last great lover of Hollywood

Author: John Parker
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st Carroll & Graf Publishers edView all editions and formats
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Warren Beatty is a true movie star. He is famous for being famous. His love affairs have brought him as much publicity as his movies. His romantic liaisons span three decades from Joan Collins to Madonna to Annette Bening - who co-starred in Bugsy and finally coaxed Beatty into marriage and fatherhood. That is the conventional image of Beatty, the playboy, the sexual athlete. But behind this public persona is a man
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Warren Beatty; Warren Beatty
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Parker
ISBN: 0786700726 9780786700721
OCLC Number: 29702610
Description: 334 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Responsibility: John Parker.

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Warren Beatty is a true movie star. He is famous for being famous. His love affairs have brought him as much publicity as his movies. His romantic liaisons span three decades from Joan Collins to Madonna to Annette Bening - who co-starred in Bugsy and finally coaxed Beatty into marriage and fatherhood. That is the conventional image of Beatty, the playboy, the sexual athlete. But behind this public persona is a man of dark and intriguing qualities whose private life shields many secrets. Beatty has created his own image, one that overshadows any of his movie roles. Professionally he has been a reluctant star, making only twenty-nine films so far, compared with Jack Nicholson's forty-nine in an identical period. He became a multi-millionaire before he was thirty as the producer of Bonnie and Clyde, and has never since had to accept work that didn't appeal to him.

He has been one of the most powerful men in Hollywood. With the assistance of frank reminiscences from friends, colleagues, and associates, best-selling author John Parker has written a riveting and richly colorful portrait of a compelling, enigmatic star.

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