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The Show Business Nobody Knows
The Show Business Nobody Knows
Author: Earl Wilson
While somewhat dated, this 1971 offering from entertainment columnist Earl Wilson provides a then-insider's look at the frolics and foibles of stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra, and Marilyn Monroe.
ISBN: 474593
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 410
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Publisher: Cowles Book Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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An overview of 1950s - 1970s show business trends and inside stories from columnist Earl Wilson. Now it seems pretty tame, but it was probably a shocker when it was published in 1971. Wilson tells lots of inside stories about Hollywood and Broadway biggies, and winds it up with a rant about the permissiveness in language and nudity that arrived in the 70s.