The Kid Stays in the Picture (Paperback)

A Notorious Life

By Robert Evans

It Books, 9780062228321, 528pp.

Publication Date: June 4, 2013

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (6/3/2013)
Hardcover (9/8/1994)
Paperback (1/1/1994)

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Description

Robert Evans' The Kid Stays in the Picture is universally recognized as the greatest, most outrageous, and most unforgettable show business memoir ever written. The basis of an award-winning documentary film, it remains the gold standard of Hollywood storytelling.
 
With black-and-white photographs from the author's archive and a new introduction by the legendary actor, producer, and Hollywood studio chief Robert Evans, The Kid Stays in the Picture is driven by a voice as charming and irresistible as any great novel.
 
An extraordinary raconteur, Evans spares no one, least of all himself. Filled with starring roles for everyone from Ava Gardner to Marlon Brando to Sharon Stone, The Kid Stays in the Picture: A Notorious Life is sharp, witty, and self-aggrandizing, and self-lacerating in equal measure.

This is a must-read for fans of American cinema and classics of the canon, including The Odd Couple, Rosemary’s Baby, Love Story, The Godfather, and Chinatown.



About the Author

Robert Evans, the former chief of Paramount Studios, produced many of the most acclaimed and successful films of all time, including The Godfather, Chinatown, Rosemary's Baby, Love Story, Marathon Man, and Urban Cowboy. He lives in Beverly Hills, California.



Praise For The Kid Stays in the Picture: A Notorious Life

“The best Hollywood memoir I’ve ever read!”
Michael Fleming, Variety

“A naughty, outrageous, and wild ride--and perhaps the best Hollywood memoir ever written.”
Publishers Weekly

“Don’t even try to put it down.”
Janet Maslin, New York Times

“The book plays like a raunchy, randy Hollywood fairy tale about a prince who lost it all only to win it all back through pluck, charm, and persistence. . . Is it a good book? Try great. Enduring. One for the ages.”
Nathan Rabin, The Onion A.V. Club

“[An] incendiary and candid memoir.”
Huffington Post

Top Three Greatest Hollywood Tell-Alls
Entertainment Weekly