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Did you know that Errol Flynn castrated sheep for a living before he came to Hollywood?
Harrison Ford was cast by accident while working as a carpenter on the set of "Star Wars"?
Tom Cruise was voted the pupil "least likely to succeed" at High School?
Demi Moore ordered a retake of a scene in "The Scarlet Letter" - at a cost of $100,000 - because she didn't like the way her hair looked?
An Aladdin's cave full of hundreds of little-known movie facts, Hollywood Trivia will fascinate and astound even the most knowledgeable film buff.
About the Author
Aubrey Malone is a full-time writer and journalist and the author of many humorous titles including The Cynic's Dictionary, Funny Peculiar, Literary Trivia, The Rise and Fall and Rise of Elvis and The Guinness Book of Humorous Irish Anecdotes. He lives in Dublin.
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Comments about Hollywood Trivia:
a fast reading book with lists about stars,movies and behind the scenes.
out-standing as always
"Without doubt, this is the best trivia book on the market. A collection of over 300 lists, everything you could possibly ask about Hollywood stars is here: inauspicious screen debuts, stars' old jobs, how they were discovered, those who've had a spell inside, the worst films of all times, scathing reviews of what are now considered classics, sex scandals, mistakes in films, weird demands in contracts, the most sadistic directors, and what stars' fans have got up to - it's all here... Whilst dishing the dirt - in spades - and spotting all those little gaffes that audiences usually let the film get away with, Hollywood Trivia is essential and fascinating reading. This book cannot be recommended enough." - Film Review"
Number Of Pages: 314
Published: 4th February 2008
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 17.3 x 10.9 x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.20