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  • Jan-Michael Vincent: Edge of Greatness

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs)
    • By David Grove
    • Narrated By Nat Segaloff
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    With his chiseled features, effortless screen presence, otherworldly vitality, and striking blue eyes, Jan-Michael Vincent seemed destined for superstardom. However, the real Jan-Michael Vincent was a reluctant sex symbol plagued by doubt and low self-confidence, a perpetual misfit doomed to alcoholism. Jan-Michael Vincent: Edge of Greatness covers Vincent’s entire life and details the difference between Jan Vincent, a shy, small-town boy, and Jan-Michael Vincent, Hollywood’s golden boy.

  • Michael Landon: The Career and Artistry of a Television Genius | David R. Greenland

    Michael Landon: The Career and Artistry of a Television Genius

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By David R. Greenland
    • Narrated By Nat Segaloff
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    Michael Landon was an actor, writer, director, and producer. For over three decades, Michael Landon's creative gifts touched millions of viewers around the world on Bonanza, Little House on the Prairie, Highway to Heaven, and in several other productions. This is the first detailed examination of his work both in front of and behind the camera, including information about every Landon script.

  • Final Cuts: The Last Films of 50 Great Directors | Nat Segaloff

    Final Cuts: The Last Films of 50 Great Directors

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Nat Segaloff
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    Critic-producer Nat Segaloff was granted access to private papers, production records, never-before-published interviews, and specialized archives in reconstructing the colorful, touching, and sometimes scandalous stories behind the making of the last films of some of Hollywood's top directors.

    Andrew M. Niehaus says: "A fascinating book marred by a bad reading"
  • Screen Saver: Private Stories of Public Hollywood | Nat Segaloff

    Screen Saver: Private Stories of Public Hollywood

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Nat Segaloff
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    How do the most glamorous people in Hollywood behave when they're not in Hollywood? They run the gamut, and Nat Segaloff followed them for 25 years. He started in the staid and stuffy - but also politically tinged and rapidly evolving - city of Boston, then picked up the trail in Los Angeles. In Screen Saver: Private Stories of Public Hollywood, he writes about the celebrities he worked with when they thought they were out of the public eye. These are the scoops about the bad, the beautiful, the boring, and the blessed.

    Manifesta says: "Stories from the most interesting person in the room"
  • Lloyd Nolan: An Actors Life with Meaning | Joel Blumberg,Sandra Grabman

    Lloyd Nolan: An Actors Life with Meaning

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Joel Blumberg, Sandra Grabman
    • Narrated By Nat Segaloff
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    Lloyd Nolan could play any character in any genre and was believable to every role. He was not acting; he was just real. He was Inspector Briggs in The House on 92nd Street and The Street With No Name. He was Dr. Swain in Peyton Place and, even as a bad guy, he was Lt. De Garmot in Lady in the Lake. Nolan's off-screen life was just as remarkable. He was devoted to his autistic son Jay and, when young Jay died in an accident 2,500 miles away, Lloyd channeled his grief into action.

  • Chaplin's Vintage Year: The History of the Mutual-Chaplin Specials | Michael J. Hayde

    Chaplin's Vintage Year: The History of the Mutual-Chaplin Specials

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Michael J. Hayde
    • Narrated By Nat Segaloff
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    When Charles Chaplin signed a record-setting contract with the Mutual Film Corporation in February 1916, it was the culmination of events that changed the motion picture business. Mutual's founders redefined how films were bought, sold, and distributed. Chaplin redefined screen comedy with a character that leapt into the hearts of moviegoers around the world. Together they established the value of star power and created 12 magnificent comedies that have endured for generations.

  • Mr. Huston/Mr. North: Life, Death, and Making John Huston's Last Film | Nat Segaloff

    Mr. Huston/Mr. North: Life, Death, and Making John Huston's Last Film

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    • By Nat Segaloff
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    In the summer of 1987, a group of the screen's most notable stars gathered in glamorous Newport, Rhode Island, to make Mr. North, a charming but unpretentious film about a magical man who turns the town upside down. They included Anthony Edwards, Anjelica Huston, Lauren Bacall, Harry Dean Stanton, Virginia Madsen, Tammy Grimes, and a host of other talents, including legendary director John Huston. The filmmaker was Danny Huston, John's son.

  • Sonnets & Sunspots:

    Sonnets & Sunspots: "Dr. Research" Baxter and the Bell Science Films

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs)
    • By Eric Niderost
    • Narrated By Nat Segaloff
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    Sonnets & Sunspots tells the story of one of the most beloved popular science series of all time and the charismatic educator who became an icon to several generations of students. The audiobook is also a fascinating history of popular science programming in television and film, from its primitive beginnings to the 21st century. Along the way there are entertaining behind-the-scenes stories of each production and the personalities that were involved with them.

  • On the Good Ship Hollywood

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    • By John Agar, L. C. Van Savage - adaptation
    • Narrated By Nat Segaloff
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    For over 20 years, the name John Agar on a marquee meant action to moviegoers - from World War II land, sea, and air battles, to the frontier West, to the new frontier of 1950s science fiction, where he stood fast against some of the era's most memorable movie monsters. Agar's rise to fame was meteoric: during World War II, the $83-a-month buck sergeant met and later married "America's Sweetheart", Shirley Temple, and was soon offered a screen test and dramatic instruction by Hollywood mega-mogul David O. Selznick.

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