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The 100 Greatest Stars of All Time

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In this moving tribute to Hollywood's 100 all-time greats, revisit the legends from Hollywood's Golden Era -- like Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn, and Cary Grant -- as well as the premier stars of today -- from Tom Cruise and Michelle Pfeiffer to Kevin Costner and Harrison Ford. Meet the leading men, the sex goddesses, the tough guys, the artists, and the comedians.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published 1997 by Entertainment Weekly Books
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Frank Taranto
A good lookk at 100 Movie Stars and the high points of their careers. One of those books that caught my eye that I picked up just because.
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The 100 Greatest Stars of All Time: Editor, Alison Gwinn ; Senior Writer, Ty Burr (1998)
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TY BURR is the film critic for The Boston Globe. For more than a decade he wrote about movies for Entertainment Weekly, and he has also served in the film acquisitions department of HBO. He estimates that after thirty years of serious movie-watching, he has seen on the order of 10,680 films. On a good day, he remembers 7,000 of them.
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