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Carson Karin Gets No Respect

I already mentioned the typo on Amazon's Kindle that changes Hollywood legend Garson Kanin to Garson Karin.

This is from the New York Times site: a review of the book I'm reading:

Garson Kanin Gets No Respect

I recommend the book, by the way, Kanin's memoir, “Hollywood,” because it's informative and damn, damn fun, even if (caveat) it should be a little tighter and better organized. But if you like stories, this one's got 'em. Basically, it's a love letter to the golden age of Hollywood in general and Samuel Goldwyn in particular. It's the best kind of love letter: the kind that sees the faults.


Posted at 04:36 AM on Mon. Mar 24, 2014 in category Books  
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