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by David Hepworth

  • ISBN: 0007190115
  • Category: Other
  • Author: David Hepworth
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Other formats: txt lit lrf azw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins UK (October 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • FB2 size: 1761 kb
  • EPUB size: 1152 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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David Hepworth (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0007190119.

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David Hepworth has launched (and written for) some of the most successful magazines of the last two decades – including Q in 1985, Empire in 1988, Mojo in 1997 and Heat in 1999

David Hepworth has launched (and written for) some of the most successful magazines of the last two decades – including Q in 1985, Empire in 1988, Mojo in 1997 and Heat in 1999. He has presented programmes for the BBC and VH1 and makes regular contributions on BBC Radio 4. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

David Hepworth has launched (and written for) some of the most successful magazines .

David Hepworth has launched (and written for) some of the most successful magazines of the last two decades – including Q in 1985, Empire in 1988, Mojo in 1997 and Heat in 1999. If ‘Schott’s Miscellany’ is the book of useless facts to be read in the smallest room in the house, then ‘The Secret History of Entertainment’ is the book of useful stories to devour and wow your friends with over a pint in the pub.

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BOB DYLAN’S SECRET SECOND WIFE (. It was the sort of conversation where people who know too much about nothing very important swap entertainment anecdotage to keep each other amused

BOB DYLAN’S SECRET SECOND WIFE (.THE MOST CONNECTED ACTORS (.THE FACE THAT LAUNCHED A THOUSAND RIFFS (. It was the sort of conversation where people who know too much about nothing very important swap entertainment anecdotage to keep each other amused. If there were two people there who hadn’t heard the story before, it went in. This book has been put together in the same spirit. If you know it all already, then bully for you. After you with the anorak.

The Secret History of Entertainment. This is the secret history of entertainment. A must for all Pop Culture junkies. Myriad weird and weirder showbiz stories with which to amaze, astound and possibly bore rigid close personal friends down the pub or in sheltered accomodation. If ‘Schott’s Miscellany’ is the book of useless facts to be read in the smallest room in the house, then ‘The Secret History of Entertainment’ is the book of useful stories to devour and wow your friends with over a pint in the pu. avid Hepworth has launched (and written for) some of the most.

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Barry Manilow, uniquely, can call upon his legions of faithful admirers no matter where he may be booked, and his contract simply informs the promoter that ‘Barry’s fan club shows up at 1. 0 am to decorate his dressing room’

Barry Manilow, uniquely, can call upon his legions of faithful admirers no matter where he may be booked, and his contract simply informs the promoter that ‘Barry’s fan club shows up at 1. 0 am to decorate his dressing room’. Elton John is clearly no stranger to the ‘do you know who I am?’ gambit, which is why the contract warns darkly that the star ‘will not wear his pass once he has arrived backstage’. Cher needs a room just for her wigs

Did you know that those aren’t Julia Roberts’ legs on the Pretty Woman poster? In fact, everything from the neck down belongs to model, actress, and body double Shelley Michelle. Do you know who inspired Eric Clapton’s “Layla?” Or the meaning of the “Wilhelm Scream” and how it links Star Wars, Reservoir Dogs, Planet of the Apes, and 57 other films? The Secret History of Entertainment is a collection of little-known stories touching on the strange world of the stars. So if you’d like to know why there are no laughs in The Simpsons or the economics of hiring the Rolling Stones for your next birthday party, dip into this intriguing little book.

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