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Chapter 1: Explanation of contents of new book Chapter 2: CHILD STAR SYNDROME Why most ex-kid stars don't succeed as adults Chapter 3: THE SEDOND TIME AROUND (I tried for a second career) Chapter 4: REALITY BITES (bad experience pursuing an adult career) Chapter 5: A POT POURRI OF TALENT (How and why I chose this new list of icons) Chapter 6: PETAH-PETAH-PETAH (Bette Davis) Chapter 7: THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A DAME (Joan Blondell, Glenda Farrell, Marion Davies, W. William Randolph Hearst, Carole Lombard) Chapter 8: ERIN GA BRAUGH (Pat O. Brien) Chapter 9: THE PLEASURE OF HER COMPANY (Kay Francis) Chapter 10: TALL, DARK & CHARMING (Cesar Romero) Chapter 11: BORN TO DANCE (Eleanor Powell) Chapter 11: WHEN SILENCE WAS TRULY GOLDEN Chapter 12: A TRUE GENIUS (Charlie Chaplin) Chapter 13: A DAREDEVIL COMEDIAN (Harold Lloyd) Chapter 14: I NEVER CALLED HIM FATTY (Minta Durfee Arbuckle) Chapter 15: THE KID (Jackie Coogan) Chapter 16: VAUDEVILLIANS SUPREME (MIKE & MEYER Joe Weber and Lew Fields) Chapter 17: DEM GUYS (J. Carrol Naish, Jack LaRue, Ward Bond, Marc Lawrence, Joseph Sawyer) Chapter 18: SECOND BANANA SCENE STEALERS (Edward Everett Horton and Allen Jenkins) Chapter 19: BEFORE AND AFTER (Linda Darnell) Chapter 20: WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET (Joan Leslie) Chapter 21: HOW LUCKY CAN YOU GET (Ann Rutherford) Chapter 22: THE FACE IS FAMILILIAR (Delmar Watson) Chapter 23: THE NAME IS JONES, D. JONES (Dickie Jones)
October 20, 2007
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About the Author
Leonard Maltin is a respected film critic and historian, perhaps best known for his annual paperback reference Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide, which was first published in 1969. He lives with his wife and daughter in Los Angeles and teaches at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.