Lee Server

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Lee Server is an American writer. He is a graduate of New York University Film School.[1] Server has written several books about Hollywood cinema and pulp fiction. His book on Ava Gardner, Love is Nothing (2006) was described as an "excellent biography" by Peter Bogdanovich.[2]

Books[edit]

  • Handsome Johnny: The Life and Death of Johnny Rosselli: Gentleman Gangster, Hollywood Producer, CIA Assassin (2018)
  • Ava Gardner: "Love is Nothing" (2006)
  • Encyclopedia of Pulp Fiction Writers (2002)
  • Robert Mitchum: "Baby, I Don’t Care" (2001)
  • Encyclopedia of Pulp Fiction Writers (2001)
  • Asian Pop Cinema: Bombay to Tokyo (1999)
  • The Big Book of Noir (1998)
  • Over My Dead Body: The Sensational Age of the American Paperback: 1945-1955 (1994)
  • Sam Fuller: Film is a Battleground: A Critical Study, with Interviews, A Filmography, and a Bibliography (1994)
  • Danger is My Business: An Illustrated History of the Fabulous Pulp Magazines: 1896-1953 (1993)
  • Screenwriter: Words Become Pictures (1987)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Danger Is My Business: An Illustrated History of the Fabulous Pulp Magazines, Chronicle Books (San Francisco, CA), 1993 (p.145).
  2. ^ "Ava's Allure". Peter Bogdanovich, New York Times, April 23, 2006. Retrieved January 22 2013.

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