Stephen Rees

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Finding Zsa Zsa: The Gabors Behind the Legend

The Gabors lived full lives, and by the end of this book, readers may be as exhausted as the Gabors must have been. Still, this wild ride is recommended for fans of the actors and lovers of tell-alls.


TVTV: Video Revolutionaries

Former members recall their hits and misses, proudly noting the roles of actor-comedian Bill Murray and future director Harold Ramis, plus their mixed legacy as reality TV pioneers.

Sickies Making Films

Cinematic provocateur, Baltimore native, and director John Waters lends needed humor and a dose of common sense here. While lacking first-rate production values, the video is recommended for mature audiences.

Fay Wray and Robert Riskin: A Hollywood Memoir

For film buffs, especially those who enjoy tales of old Hollywood.

Love, Cecil

Friends and collaborators recall the many sides of the man and artist, his enduring legacy, and his singular pursuit of beauty. Recommended.

24 x 36: A Movie About Movie Posters

This film suffers from the usual fanboy excess and could use more coverage of early classic posters. Still, general audiences will enjoy this look at an unusual art market.

Hitler's Hollywood

With many clips and penetrating insights, this documentary is recommended for all collections on Nazi Germany and film history.

Tales of Mexico (La Habitación)

Film buffs who follow international cinema trends should be interested.

Saving Brinton

Bolstered by Zahs's affable presence, this program is recommended.

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