HOT INSIDER STORIES FROM HOLLYWOOD'S GOLDEN 1950s, TOLD IN TRUE PULP FICTION STYLE. "Elvis Presley and George Klein, one of Elvis's inner circle, pulled up in long black Cadillac limousine style. Elvis was at the wheel. I jumped in the backseat and we took off-three for the road." "The flag was dropped and James Dean, starting from 18th on the grid, shot through the pack balls out, like a man possessed. After a few laps he made it up to fourth place before a blown piston ended his day. Jimmy was turbulent with the situation." "The groove rocked in once more with a churning precision. Like sensual thunder, it shook the room with sexual vibrations. There on the bandstand, like a benevolent Buddha, dressed in Levis and an open neck shirt, was Marlon Brando. He was as cool as a night breeze over Alaska. With his hands in motion he caressed the congas, playing as if willing his adoring flock to follow him into the loving arms of immortality."
|Publisher:||Family Dogg Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.56(d)|
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Reviewed by Lucinda Weeks for Readers' Favorite Hollywood Heat: Untold Stories of 1950s Hollywood by Steve Rowland is a sexy and provocative, reminiscent look back at some of the hottest times in Hollywood’s history. Told in authentic pulp fiction style, this incredible autobiography takes the reader back in time to relive many of the best, most unforgettable moments in Hollywood history. Young and old alike will enjoy this captivating behind the scenes look at some of the greatest Hollywood legends of all time. You will meet some of the hottest stars like Elvis Presley, James Dean and Marlon Brando. Fall in love with some of the most glamorous starlets like Joan Collins, Marilyn Monroe and many more. Relive some of the greatest films ever produced like Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Battle of the Bulge. Take a walk on the wild side. Crash all the right A-list parties. Discover, perhaps for the first time, some of the best-kept secrets of the era. Filled with stunning photographs and sizzling stories, Hollywood Heat is a work of pure entertainment genius! There's never a dull moment in this kiss and tell all memoir that is sure to become a collector’s piece. You will find page after page of fun, parties and sexy women. This alluring autobiography is irresistibly sexy. This is a must-read for movie buffs and anyone else interested in 1950s nostalgia. This is a fascinating window into the past, which is sure to delight. As a lifelong connoisseur of 1950s memorabilia, I was captivated from cover to cover. I highly recommend Hollywood Heat: Untold Stories of 1950s Hollywood by Steve Rowland.
Steve Rowland's novel of great Hollywood legends is a must read for any studio executive under the age of 40. Oddly enough, it is sad how many persons that operate the places where these icons built, have not a clue of the industries history. The author clearly has personal knowledge and insight of stories that should and could make for a very interesting feature film. BIGHOLLYWOODAGENT