And Why Not?: Memoirs of a Film Lover
Renowned for his laconic wit and opinionated ideas, Barry Norman shares a wealth of stories about his life among Hollywood royalty. One of the United Kingdom's best-known film authorities, journalists, and broadcasters, Barry Norman fronted the seminal BBC film program for nearly thirty years. In And Why Not?, Norman recounts his years of fraternizing with the cinematic greats, including encounters with the likes of Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence Olivier, and Madonna. Honest, clever, funny, and at times poignant, And Why Not? offers an insider's account of the worlds of journalism, broadcasting, and film.
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