Once Around the Bloch
TOR, 1995 - 432 páginas
Robert Bloch, grand master of horror, recounts his tales in this hilarious autobiography, Once Around the Bloch.
Once Around the Bloch takes the reader from Bloch's early years in an up-and-coming Chicago suburb to his first fateful encounter with the cult fiction magazine Weird Tales. Bloch's Hollywood adventures are also chronicled, including his encounters and friendships with such famous superstars as Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Buster Keaton, and Joan Crawford. Bloch also recounts the inspiration for and the birth of one of the most famous villains of all time, Norman Bates.
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Review: Once Around The Bloch: An Unauthorized AutobiographyReseña de usuario - j_ay - Goodreads
A fun autobio in which Bloch writes with a clear knowledge of the language; lots of word play, puns and wit. He does a very nice job of describing growing up in the 20s and shares nice little stories ... Leer reseña completa
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