Name Dropping : And drop names Alan King does in a hilarious and touching autobiography that tells the story of how Irwin All Kniberg, the son of Russian immigrants, grew up to live in a mansion built for Oscar Hammerstein. King takes you on a glorious journey through his life in comedy and show business, from his early days on the Borscht Belt to his current film career. He tells us where he's come from and what he's accomplished in a career that's been going on for more than fifty year, sharing wonderful stories about Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, Charlie Chaplin, Billy Crystal, the Kennedys, and dozens of other friends famous and not so famous. And he hopes you'll have a much fun reading his life as he's had living it. SC, 222 pages.
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