Sunday, September 6, 2009

My New Book- PRE ORDERS!

On my website, you can now PRE-ORDER an autographed copy of my upcoming book, The Making of Some Like it Hot, My Memories of Marilyn Monroe and the Classic American Movie. Books will be available to ship after October 7th. (Special advance copies will be available at the upcoming Hotel Del Coronado Events.)

3 comments:

Laine, Rich and Leighton said...

Just wanted to drop you an inspirational note. My son was in the hospital the first 7 months of his life and we came home in March after he received a heart transplant. We were stuck in a hospital room for the 7 months, and watched ALOT of tv. I grew hooked to TCM. The night before last I was flipping channels and Houdini was on. Leighton did not cry at all that night but watched the entire movie... and fell asleep at the end. I just want you to know that you are still an inspiration to all generations, mine, and my one year old son's!

Ernie said...

Tony, I remeber seeing my first movie of yours at the Haight Theater in San Francisco. I lived in the Haight-Ashbury district in the late 40's early 50's. I was about 10 years old and I don't remeber the movie but I was taken how handsome you were. I have enjoyed every movie I saw with you. I am now 68 years old and live in San Jose, California. Now I see you art works and they are beautiful! I'm so happy that you found beauty at every age of your life.

Hugs,
Ernie

Gary said...

I teach a high school History and Appreciation of film class for 16 and 17 year olds. After a semester of reluctant appreciation we reach "Some Like it Hot". You and Monroe sizzle; you and Lemmon shoot off fireworks of laughs; the kids sit up straighter; lean forward; then the laughter. I've taught it eight years now and you and your film are vivid memories for a couple hundred under young people who recommend you to THEIR friends. Amazing man, performance and movie. Often it is the only black and white Production Code movie they love and want to see again. Thanks so much and loved your new book.
Gary DeTore
Redwood High School
Larkspur, CA