Robert Altman: Jumping Off the Cliff
Macmillan, 1989 M07 15 - 676 pages
The most prodigal, prolific, and visionary director to emerge from post-sixties Hollywood, Robert Altman is a man whose mystique sometimes threatens to overshadow his many critically acclaimed films (including MASH).
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Extensive acknowledgments testify to a thoroughly researched biography of the film director best known for M*A*S*H and Nashville . While describing the boozing, womanizing, and gambling that somehow ... Read full review
i will always treasure those harsh moments, under the icy glaze of Uncle Bob' s piercing blue eyes.Plus the obvious teamwork - he taught me so much about life.Lelahni Wessinger, UofM 83.
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