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Johnny Carson

Johnny Carson Book
Author : Henry Bushkin
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release : 2013
ISBN : 0544217624
File Size : 42,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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An unreserved and incisive account of the career and personal life of the "King of Late Night" at the height of his fame and influence is shared from the perspective of his lawyer, wingman, fixer, and closest confidant.

Here s Johnny

Here s Johnny  Book
Author : Ed McMahon
Publisher : Thomas Nelson
Release : 2005-10-16
ISBN : 1418530832
File Size : 23,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Here's Johnny is like sitting with Ed and Johnny over lunch: The last time I saw Johnny, about a year before he died, we had chicken, a couple of glasses of red wine, and then we just sat there and reminisced, going back and forth the way we did on the show. We talked about our kids, and our careers and the state of America, just two lucky guys who loved each other and the good luck of our careers. Ed McMahon is the only person who was with Johnny Carson, even before The Tonight Show, when they both first appeared on Who Do You Trust. Now, with Johnny's blessing before he died, McMahon can finally share all the stories that only he knows. From the sofa at Johnny's right, to backstage, to their personal relationship - McMahon will provide a real view of the man who was so careful to only show one side of himself to the public. Brilliant in front of the camera, but shy in person, Carson seldom gave interviews. Only McMahon can tell the stories and provide the insights into the personality that made Johnny Carson more of a friend we invited into our home than a television star. This entertaining tribute will feature over 200 pictures, many never before published, from both McMahon's and Carson's private archives.

King of the Night

King of the Night Book
Author : Laurence Leamer
Publisher : Harper Collins
Release : 2011-03-29
ISBN : 0062037471
File Size : 40,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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A candid, unauthorized portrait of Johnny Carson draws on the observations of ex-wives, paramours, colleagues, family, and friends to provide a close-up study of America's most famous talk-show host.

Johnny Carson A Biography of My Life and Time as a Comedian

Johnny Carson  A Biography of My Life and Time as a Comedian Book
Author : Thomas Elton
Publisher : Thomas Elton
Release : 2022-11-26
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 43,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Johnny Carson – Was a well known U.S based comedian and TV host, producer, and writer who was known for his unique style. Johnny Carson was most remembered for hosting the Tonight Show and gained the TV Academy's Governor's Award & six Emmis. Would you like to know about Johnny Carson? Also are you interested in great Biographies & Memoirs? If so you have found the ideal source to discover the best Johnny Carson Biography and Memoir packed with his success story, plus in-depth detail about the celebrities’ life and achievements. Johnny Carson was a great comedian who managed to captivate not only the audiences of America but many people all over the world from many different races and creeds. In which he also influenced popular culture and became a household name. Johnny Carson was the host of The Tonight Show and captured the American people’s consciousness from 1962 until 1992. Also during the ’70s and ’80s Johnny Carson was the country’s top - paid person in show business and he was mostly enigmatic. He was very well known worldwide, clever, as mercurial (& sometimes mean) when he was off stage and out of sight from cameras as he was very funny and charming when on stage. Discover what made Carson such a great respectable figure and great comedian and learn about his struggles and climb to fame as you take a great insight into his life. Johnny Carson - A Biography of My Life and Time as a Comedian is a great story of his rise and fall in the show business industry! This is an ultimate distinctive and revealing story of the Don of Late Night TV at the very height of his fame and power and, ideal for all Johnny Carson Fans. Johnny Carson, Johnny Carson Biography, Biographies & Memoirs, Performing Arts, Arts & Entertainment, The Tonight Show, Johnny Carson Books

Backstage at the Tonight Show

Backstage at the Tonight Show Book
Author : Don Sweeney
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Release : 2006
ISBN : 158979303X
File Size : 35,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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A collection of celebrity vignettes and anecdotes by the long-time Tonight Show staff member features stories about such individuals as Frank Sinatra, Bill Cosby, and Ray Charles, in a personal account that also includes the author's observations about Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon. Original.

Hope

Hope Book
Author : Richard Zoglin
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2014-11-04
ISBN : 1439140278
File Size : 37,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Draws on exclusive reporting to honor Bob Hope's top-rated successes while discussing such topics as his secret first marriage, stint in reform school and ambivalent relationships with fellow stars.

Forensics Ii

Forensics Ii Book
Author : Harry A. Milman PhD
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Release : 2022-07-24
ISBN : 1669834328
File Size : 51,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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George Washington, the former first president of the United States, lay in his bed suffering from a high fever, a raw throat, and labored breathing. His three physicians milled around his bed, treating Washington with blisters of cantharides, tartar emetic, and bloodletting, removing nearly 40 percent of his total blood volume and causing excruciating pain. When Washington finally was relieved of his misery and died, the three doctors could not agree what caused his death. Forensics II: The Science Behind the Deaths of Famous and Infamous People reads like a mystery novel, presenting biographical and scientific information that helps readers understand how medical examiners-coroners utilized forensic analysis to determine the causes and manners of death of thirty-six famous and infamous people, including Napoleon Bonaparte, a French military leader and politician; Charles Whitman, the University of Texas tower shooter; Bruce Lee, an actor and martial artist; Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of Nirvana; Jim Jones, a key figure in the Jonestown massacre; Aretha Franklin, a singer-songwriter; Alexander Litvinenko, a former officer of the Russian Federal Security Service; Jeffrey Epstein, a financier and convicted sex offender; and many more. The book is based on a review of publicly available autopsy and toxicology reports, published lay articles, and the scientific literature. Of the deaths reviewed, 39 percent were due to natural causes, 19 percent were accidental, and 6 (17 percent) were suicides. The remaining deaths comprise three cases each of homicide and justifiable homicide by police, one case of court-mandated execution, and three cases in which the manner of death was undetermined.

Ed Sullivan and Johnny Carson

Ed Sullivan and Johnny Carson Book
Author : Charles River Editors
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release : 2016-08-14
ISBN : 9781537069043
File Size : 39,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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*Includes pictures *Includes their own quotes about their lives and careers *Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading From the day television existed as an entertainment medium, giant companies have battled each other for viewers, but in the history of television programming, no show was as consistently excellent in the ratings as The Ed Sullivan Show, a variety show that brought on all kinds of acts, from dancers to artists and singers. It was the longest running show to maintain one time slot, and today it is widely remembered for introducing the nation to the likes of Elvis Presley and The Beatles. When Elvis was on the show in 1956, over 82% of the nation's entire television audience tuned in, a rating that would make even the Super Bowl blush. Indeed, being booked on The Ed Sullivan Show became so important for performers that Aretha Franklin once noted, "And I was booked once to go on 'Ed Sullivan' and I got bumped and ran out the back door crying." The Ed Sullivan Show has been commemorated as one of the most influential programs in the history of American television, and behind it all was the seemingly unassuming man whose name was on it. Even after Ed Sullivan had become an American institution on the strength of his show, one critic from Time asked, "What exactly is Ed Sullivan's talent?" Or as comedian (and frequent guest) Alan King put it, "Ed does nothing, but he does it better than anyone else in television." Of course, Ed Sullivan did have plenty of talent, especially when it came to identifying others', and over the course of nearly two decades, he became America's biggest starmaker. While Elvis and The Beatles are most remembered, Sullivan helped open the door to Motown acts, and his show was so culturally significant that Reverend Al Sharpton said of those performances, "I grew up in the 1950s and '60s, when it was almost a holiday when a black act would go on Ed Sullivan." Perhaps the most ironic aspect of Sullivan's fame is that almost everyone tended to agree that he was stilted and unnatural in front of cameras. In 1955, one writer for Time colorfully described Sullivan as "a cigar-store Indian, the Cardiff Giant and a stone-faced monument just off the boat from Easter Island. He moves like a sleepwalker; his smile is that of a man sucking a lemon; his speech is frequently lost in a thicket of syntax; his eyes pop from their sockets or sink so deep in their bags that they seem to be peering up at the camera from the bottom of twin wells." At the same time, however, the writer conceded, "Yet, instead of frightening children, Ed Sullivan charms the whole family." Among America's comedians, few if any have had the kind of influence on pop culture and society like Johnny Carson, the iconic host of The Tonight Show from 1962-1992. In addition to winning too many awards to count, Carson is proof that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, as admitted by subsequent comedy show hosts like Jay Leno and David Letterman, who not only vied to replace Carson but also used his format for their own shows (and still continue to do so). For several years during the 1950s, Carson rotated around various daytime shows as host, meeting important friends like Ed McMahon along the way, but he made it big when he replaced Jack Paar as host of The Tonight Show in 1962. For the next 30 years, his mix of monologues, skits, and interviews would make his show must-see television on weekday nights, turning him into the highest paid television personality of the 1970s, and giving him the creative freedom to bring others along with him. In addition to bringing along his sidekick McMahon, Carson let guests host the show occasionally as well, thereby giving the spotlight to comedians like George Carlin, Letterman, Leno, and Joan Rivers. On the 25th anniversary of his debut on The Tonight Show, Carson earned a Peabody Award that labeled him "an American institution,"