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IRVING BERLIN'S SHOW BUSINESS Hurt

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Closeout Price! Broadway, Hollywood, America. By David Leopold. Irving Berlin's (1888-1989) influence on popular culture reaches far beyond his smash Broadway and Hollywood hits, to the songs that have became national anthems. He wrote the songs that brought people together and their sincerity and humor still rings true today. This book tells Berlin's story with a dazzling array of photos, illustrations and ephemera. Note: These copies have bumped corners and slightly scuffed dust jackets.

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Irving Berlin's (1888-1989) influence on popular culture reaches far beyond his smash Broadway and Hollywood hits, to the songs that have became national anthems. He wrote the songs that brought people together and their sincerity and humor still rings true today. This book tells Berlin's story with a dazzling array of photos, illustrations and ephemera.

Note: These copies have bumped corners and slightly scuffed dust jackets.

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Item Code IRVHR
Publisher Abrams
Publish Date 2005
ISBN 810958910
Print Status Out of Print
Condition Note: These copies have bumped corners and slightly scuffed dust jackets.
Binding Hard Cover
Dimensions 9x11
# Pages 240pg
Color Full Color
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