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Party Animals: A Hollywood cattyfly

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Allan Carr was the main conductor of parties in Hollywood during the hedonistic era of the city – the cocaine-suffering sexually indulgent relationship of the 1970s. Spending outrageous evenings with names like the Mick Jagger / Cycle Sluts Party and leading such generously thematic premieres like the Tommy Subway premiere

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Allan Carr was the main conductor of parties in Hollywood during the hedonistic era of the city – the cocaine-suffering sexually indulgent relationship of the 1970s. Spending outrageous evenings with names like the Mick Jagger /cattyfly Cycle Sluts Party and leading such generously thematic premieres like the Tommy / New York subway premiere, it was Carr, a fat caftan-dressed producer — an absolute outsider — who first brought film stars and rock stars, gays and heterosexuals, Old and New Hollywood together.

From the overwhelming success of Grease and La Cage aux Folles to the spectacular failure of Village People’s Can’t Stop Music, the producer Carr was a roller coaster in his career, accented by major hits and phenomenal failures –cattyfly  no more catastrophic than the Oscar show, which he produced with the participation of a deaf-mute Rob Lowe’s “Snow White” serenade, the failure that made Carr an outcast, is still considered the worst Oscar.

1 review for Party Animals: A Hollywood cattyfly

  1. Wiliam

    Thank you for these books, thank you!

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