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If Chins Could Kill by Bruce Campbell
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Aug 18, 10

bookshelves: memoirs, non-fiction, autobiography
Recommended to Christina by: Chip
Recommended for: Bruce Campbell fans, movie lovers
Read from August 07 to 12, 2010, read count: 1

I've never really loved "Evil Dead" or many of Bruce Campbell's other movies. ("Bubba Ho-Tep," however, is totally awesome.)

I would kind of smile and nod whenever Jim or one of my other guy friends would talk about how great Bruce Campbell was.

And I only read "If Chins Could Kill" because I felt like I had to.

It turned out to be a great book, and it gave me a lot of respect for Bruce Campbell as a person and an actor.

Campbell has truly worked his way up from the bottom (I don't think it gets much lower than community theater in Michigan), and he really understands all aspects of theater and film because he's done every crappy job in the two industries. He's truly struggled to get where he is. And he's good at what he does. And he treats everyone along the way with respect.

You don't get much greater than that.
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