Bottom Feeders by John Hubner
From Free Love To Hard Core: The Rise And Fall Of Counterculture Heroes Jim And Artie Mitchell

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An account of the lives of Jim and Artie Mitchell describes how the hippies found fame and fortune with their making of Behind the Green Door, an instant pornographic film classic, but lost it all when one brother killed the other.

About John Hubner

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John Hubner is a former staff writer at the Boston Phoenix. He was also a magazine writer and investigative reporter for many years at the San Jose Mercury News, where he is now the regional editor. He lives with his wife and two children in Santa Cruz.
Published January 19, 1993 by Doubleday. 412 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Hubner's quiet approach doesn't convey the drug-induced madness growing inside Artie Mitchell's head with the same intensity as did McCumber's flaming pages--but Hubner compresses the trial of Jim Mitchell for blowing away his brother into far fewer--and more cogent--pages than did McCumber.

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