The Club Rules by Paul Rosenfield
Power, Money, Sex, and Fear : How It Works in Hollywood

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For years Paul Rosenfield hobnobbed with the Hollywood insiders on their own turf and respected their confidentiality. Now he's ready to talk. The Club Rules goes beyond You'll Never Eat Lunch in this Town Again with a shrewd, often bitchy insider's view of the real Hollywood and the club that controls it.

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D.R. Carmichael, PhD, CPA, CFE, is the Wollman Distinguished Professor of Accountancy at Baruch College. He acts as a consultant on accounting, auditing, and control matters, and has been called upon by media as an authority on accounting ethical responsibilities. Dr. Carmichael has appeared on major network segments, including "ABC News," "Nightline," and "Moneyline," and is frequently quoted in the "Wall Street Journal" and "The New York Times," Paul Rosenfield, CPA, was the Director of Accounting Standards Division of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants for 14 years. He previously was the first secretary general of the International Accounting Standards Committee, director of the Technical Research Division of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and a member of the staff of its Accounting Research Division. He has authored two books and numerous articles in professional and academic journals.
Published April 1, 1992 by Little, Brown & Company. 352 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Humor & Entertainment, Professional & Technical, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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During the Evans interview, Jack Nicholson wanders in and lights ``a hand-rolled cigarette.'' Nice moments include Jane Fonda saying, ``You have to retain sexuality and it's a big bore.'' And Billy Wilder admitting his deep disappointment when he failed to land Cary Grant for the Melvyn Douglas r...

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Likely to please screen fans, this expose of Hollywood's power club, with a shifting membership of 1000, lives up to its promise to be ``dishy, bitchy, pithy and sly.'' A seven-figure income is a prerequisite, according to L.A.

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