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This is the sort of book that you pick up and cannot put down until you have read to the end.
Anyone who believes the suits in Hollywood don't have an impact on the pictures they produce will have their world turned upside down by Evans's tell-all.
In "The Kid Stays in the Picture", legendary movie producer Robert Evans tells the story of his tumultuous but undeniably exciting life.
I'm not sure I'd recommend the book. Although I enjoyed it, the tone gets a little wearying a little over half way through the book.Published 14 days ago by Keith E. Bernard
This book was ....well boring. It started out fine, but drug on and on. Boy did Evans make some wrong decisions.Published 20 days ago by Judy Ann Meschwitz
The truth about Hollywood! How refreshing. Thank you Bob.
I am now willing to go back to the movie theaters. Respect restored.
Actor/producer Robert Evans' autobiography is a veritable goldmine of insider info about the making of a number of Hollywood classics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Vanesian
But none the less a fascinating look at life in Hollywood. If you enjoyed any if his movies you'll love this book.Published 1 month ago by Jeffrey Reiner
This was a great read...true stories involving lots of movies stars from back in the day. He didn't leave any juicy tid bits out either.Published 1 month ago by Jan
There does seem to be some strange editing in this book, and of course some self-serving mysteries, but it doesn't detract from the overall story of one man's amazing life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is an honestly entertaining "read" -- if gossipy account that details the life of a Hollywood producer. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lauren Larson
Fascinating behind the scenes look at Hollywood during its golden era through its decline to today. Start to finish read without many resting points in between.Published 1 month ago by Chris Morgan