7 edition of Lou"s on First found in the catalog.
December 15, 1982 by St. Martin"s Griffin .
Written in English
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This book, Lou's on First, was written by his youngest daughter, Chris Costello, who had the inside track on home life with Lou, but who also had much knowledge concerning his career, and also knew much about the life of Bud Abbott (an included bonus, since I haven't seen much concerning the straight man)/5().
This book was written by Lou Costello's youngest daughter Chris. It was published in and provides a great behind the scenes look into the life of an enormously popular comedian.
Lou was born inand his history takes us through vaudeville to the 's television era/5(11). Lou's on First by Chris Costello is a book about Lou but I had to remember it is written by his daughter. I did seem a bit biased in many places. It Lous on First book good but it was easy to read between the lines in some places.4/5.
Lou's on First: The Tragic Life of Hollywood's Greatest Clown Warmly Recounted by his Youngest Child. This intimate portrait of Lou Costello () offers a rare look at one of the most talented comedians of all time. Starting in the s, Costello attained enormous fame touring the burlesque circuits with straight man Bud Abbott ()/5(14).
Lou's on First goes beyond Costello's clownish persona to explore his Pagliacci nature: the private demons behind the happy public face, the heartbreaking moments in an otherwise storybook marriage, the business ventures soured by unscrupulous managers, and the true nature of the breakup of his twenty-one-year partnership with Bud : Crossroad Press.
Lou's on First goes beyond Costello's clownish persona to explore his Pagliacci nature: the private demons behind the happy public face, the heartbreaking moments in an otherwise storybook marriage, the business ventures soured by unscrupulous managers, and the true nature of the breakup of his twenty-one-year partnership with Bud Abbott/5().
Chris Costello, author of "Lou's On First". The year will mark the 20th anniversary of my book a labor of love for a man who was simply my a tribute to think that this book is still in print and gathering a whole new generation of readers worldwide the Costello family thanks everyone for their continued support of the boys /5().
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I did seem a bit biased in many places. It was good but it 4/5(1). LOUIS VUITTON Official USA Website - Explore the World of Louis Vuitton, read our latest News, discover our Women's and Men's Collections and locate our Stores.
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This intimate portrait of Lou Costello () offers a rare look at one of the most talented comedians of all time. Starting in the s, Costello attained enormous fame touring the burlesque circuits with straight man Bud Abbott ().
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