Where Did I Go Right?

Where Did I Go Right?

You're No One in Hollywood Unless Someone Wants You Dead

Book - 1999
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"Throughout his long career at the top of the entertainment industry - as TV and movie producer, agent, and brilliant personal manager - Bernie Brillstein has accomplished it all."--BOOK JACKET. "Where Did I Go Right? is Brillstein's street-smart, funny, and thoroughly human story of a life in show business. With his trademark wit and candor, he speaks out for the first time about his feud with Mike Ovitz and how it felt to pass the torch of his company leadership to his partner, Brad Grey, and "no longer be the king." He describes his close relationship with John Belushi and what it was like being alone with Belushi's body as it lay "stretched out across two cramped seats in a tiny jet, wrapped up in a body bag" on the way to his funeral. He shares stories about Jim Henson and Gilda Radner, about Lorne Michaels and the early days of Saturday Night Live. He takes us behind the scenes at such hits as The Blues Brothers, Ghostbusters, and The Muppet Show."--BOOK JACKET. "Brillstein also reveals his secrets about how to survive and prosper in Hollywood, the real meaning of "the art of the deal, " the difference between "hot" and "good, " and why instinct is so crucial to the future of the entertainment industry."--BOOK JACKET.
Publisher: Boston, MA : Little, Brown, and Co., 1999
ISBN: 9780316118859
Branch Call Number: ANF 791.430232
Characteristics: viii, 389 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Rensin, David


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