- Paperback: 224 pages
- Publisher: Citadel; First Edition edition (November 1, 2004)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0806526114
- ISBN-13: 978-0806526119
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 10.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,244,672 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Liza Minnelli Scrapbook Paperback – November 1, 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
Kudos to Scott Schechter for writing and compiling a lasting legacy of one of the most electric, most versatile, and most loving superstars who has ever graced a concert stage, Broadway boards, movie screen, recording studio, television sound stage or benefit ballroom.
If you buy this book you'll see photographs of Liza that you've never seen before, and I thought I'd seen them all, honestly. You'll finally have a complete list of Liza's films, television appearances, albums/CDs, and most remarkably -- a comprehensive (and impressive) list of Liza's concerts. And the astute author has provided complete overviews of each stage of Liza's career ... from the start w/mama at MGM to her current stint on "Arrested Development." It's all here!
What star has played Carnegie Hall, the Olympia Theatre in Paris, the Palladium and Royal Albert Hall in London, several Broadway theaters (including the Palace), Radio City Music Hall and every other major venue across our great country and most of the world? Liza ... that's who!
No personal gossip, here, thank goodness. This is a rare look into the remarkable career of an incandescent star, and this long-time fan is joyous that this work of love has been produced for Liza's adoring public.
Thank you, Mr. Schechter and everyone associated with this much-needed salute to the World's Greatest Entertainer!
Here are some of the professional reviews the book has gotten to date :
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Liza Minnelli has mesmerized her audiences with her remarkable talent and pure joy of entertaining for decades. Her appeal is universal and timeless. For those us who have had the pleasure of closely following her career, no other performing artist can compare. "The Liza Minnelli Scrapbook" is a comprehensive pictorial history. Schechter has done an amazing job of chronicling Liza's career accompanying his research with pictures both familiar and new to the avid Liza fan. For longtime Liza fans like myself, the book is treasure of Liza remembrances and certainly the ultimate Liza "reference" book.
The Liza Minnelli Scrapbook
by Scott Schechter
Perfect for any fan, The Liza Minnelli Scrapbook is just that - a scrapbook of an almost five-decade career. With a fond foreword by Billy Stricth, this book chronicles Liza's life by decade. There are brief overviews of each ten-year span, and then details and at least a brief synopsis on every movie, television show, Broadway show, and recording Liza has ever done. Furthermore, as if that was not enough, there are billions of pictures - pictures with other celebrity friends, cameos from various television and movie stints, covers of playbills and recordings, etc. The book is so indubitably complete in its coverage of Liza's career that there is even a picture of Liza with Kermit the Frog from her episode on "The Muppet Show!" This is an incredible, cohesive, and all-inclusive record of Ms.Read more ›
I ordered a copy from amazon.com and received it the other day and have not put it down since. Thanks Scott for giving us a great book to read and cherish forever.
universal and timeless. For those us who have had the pleasure
of closely following her career, no other performing artist can
"The Liza Minnelli Scrapbook" is a comprehensive pictorial
history. Schechter has done an amazing job of chronicling Liza's career accompanying his research with pictures both familiar and
new to the avid Liza fan. For longtime Liza fans like myself, the book is treasure of Liza remembrances and certainly the ultimate
Liza "reference" book. I highly recommend it.
Beverly Fauvre, author of "Imagining Liza: Memoir of a Fan."
I am grateful to having had the opportunity in Scott's book to share three of my pictures of Liza performing in Sydney in 1981 Page 175) and in London in 1986 (page 178). Being a longtime fan since 1972 with Liza's appearance in Liza with a Z on television, and Cabaret at the movies, Scott's book is full of surprises particularly about Liza's early career and some of the Liza's potential entertainment projects that weren't meant to be.
Where to begin with a wonderful Liza pictures (or 2 or 3 or 4) on almost every one of the more than 200 pages, many having their first-ever public showing. For me, the best thing about Scott's tribute book to Liza is that it showcases her enormous longstanding and continuing talent. And this at a time when the media seems much more interested in other matters best settled in court.
I love Liza, her talent has been a key part of my life for approaching 35 years (page 214, top left). The positive messages portrayed by Liza since the start shine through this book. They have illuminated my life and will illuminate all who are lucky enough to read this wonderful tribute book to Liza. I'm grateful, now the next question remains - how to chronicle Liza continuing career!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Minnelli Scrapbook is a wonderful addition to my collection. I'm a big fan of Ms. Minnelli.Published 13 months ago by Richard Mundy
A must for any Liza fan! Great pictures and exhaustively researched. Brought back so many memories and reminded me once again what a national treasure this woman is! Read morePublished on June 26, 2014 by Elizabeth Coglianese
This book is exactly what I was looking for. I have been an avid fan of Liza's for a long time. I have only just received the book and started reading it but I am sure I will be... Read morePublished on June 27, 2009 by Shirley A. Livermore
Schechter has done for Judy and Liza what Koeschel has done for Wolfgang. It's all here: the mood, the method, the magnificence, in two encyclopedic texts that detail the lives and... Read morePublished on September 17, 2007 by Martin Kantor
and I would call that thing "a burning, selfless love." No, not the love you'd find between a man and a woman or a confused grad student... Read morePublished on March 16, 2007 by Navy Bean
If you are a fan of one of the greatest performers we have had, this book is for you. It includes many rare photos and a chronicle of her professional life over the last 40 (! Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by Michelle Russell