Double Feature

Double Feature In this second installment of Terence Stamp s captivating memoirs Stamp takes us right into the heart of the swinging s From his Academy Award nomination for Billy Budd to his coming of age under

  • Title: Double Feature
  • Author: Terence Stamp David Bailey
  • ISBN: 9781908191120
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Audio CD
  • In this second installment of Terence Stamp s captivating memoirs, Stamp takes us right into the heart of the swinging 60 s From his Academy Award nomination for Billy Budd to his coming of age under the direction of the legendary Federico Fellini, the marmalade skies are the limit With beautiful women and beautiful people from London to California, Stamp captures theIn this second installment of Terence Stamp s captivating memoirs, Stamp takes us right into the heart of the swinging 60 s From his Academy Award nomination for Billy Budd to his coming of age under the direction of the legendary Federico Fellini, the marmalade skies are the limit With beautiful women and beautiful people from London to California, Stamp captures the spirit of the decade He was the face, the man to be seen with And then the decade ended, along with his romance to famous model Jean Shrimpton While the Beatles play their last concert on the rooftop of the Apple building in Mayfair, Stamp, unemployed and broken hearted boards a plane for a solo pilgrimage to India Reviews Painfully honest, tender and funny, The Sunday Times.

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    1. Since I found this book while browsing through the virtual version of the Berkeley Public Library, I didn't realize it was the third book in Terence Stamp's autobiography. Nonetheless, it stood alone beautifully. Stamp's writing is compelling and flows so naturally that I had a hard time putting it down, even to sleep. I love hearing an author read his or her own book but it's especially wonderful when that author is a great actor. It was fascinating, also, because it illustrates some of the dif [...]

    2. Next to Peter O'Toole's "Loitering With Intent" auto bios, Terence Stamp's self penned volumes are the best I've ever read. Wonderful writer, great and wry sense of humour and perspective, fascinating life.I highly recommend!

    3. Absolutely delightful autobiographical series of three, if you're interested in TS or in London from the 40s on. Wonderful style. Very readable.

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