In a series of in depth articles, writer and musician Chris Wade looks at every phase in Dennis Hopper's long and varied filmography. From his early days with James Dean, to Easy Rider, the baffling The Last Movie, the lost films of the 1970s, his turn in Blue Velvet and to his stance as Hollywood's finest mega villain, Hopper was a dynamic and exciting movie icon. As well as dissecting his rich legacy, Wade speaks to directors and co stars who share their memories of working with this legendary Hollywood rebel. Dennis Hopper: On Screen is a powerful portrait of one of the finest actors of all time. 230 pages. New interviews with Philippe Mora, Ed Anders, John Putch, Jevon O' Neill, Henry Jaglom, Lawrence Schiller, Ione Skye, James Frawley, David Worth, Topo Swope and Noel Nosseck. 238 pages.