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If Chins Could Kill by Bruce Campbell
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Aug 03, 2011


This is very obviously written by Bruce Campbell (or at least a very good ghost writer), which is both a good thing and a bad thing. As much as I loved the material, some of the writing was a little weak and I definitely skimmed a few pages because I knew I was not missing much in them. That said, the book is an exhaustive biography, spanning the whole of his career. It's interesting in that it cover pretty much every thing he did in between his "big" movies. There's no glossing over things like, "I did some commercials and a few cameos until I landed such and such." However, this may be the books weak point. Personally, I skipped a few pages before getting to the next chapter. In all, I can recommend this book, especially to fans, but with the caveat that there's going to some things you will want to skip, and you can.
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