A vivid picture of an honest man in the insane world of television. Highly recommended. (Midwest Book Review
A trip down memory lane for the Cleveland TV star’s many fans. The book reads like Big Chuck is right there talking to you over a couple of Manners’ Big Boys. (Steve Wiandt Hudson Hub-Times
Reading the book is an entertaining journey as Chuck takes you with him from the beginning to where he is at now. There are plenty of laughs along the way with cast, crew, celebrities and every day life. (Helen Marketti Lifestyle Magazine
If you were a Clevelander and it was a late Friday night, there was only one show to watch. Schodowski was bigger than Johnny Carson and made white socks and pink flamingoes larger than life. Peyton Place became Parma Place. Ben Casey became Ben Crazy. And all of Cleveland was along for the wild ride. Memories of the show live on in the book . . . It’s as entertaining as the shows were. (Barry Goodrich Currents
A delightful mix of gossip about Cleveland goings-on . . . For those who recall the prank-prone author on the "Ghoulardi" show or on his late-night show that ran 40 years, it will remind them of laughs past.
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