The Unimportance of Being Oscar
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The Unimportance of Being Oscar is a 1968 memoir by writer/pianist/actor Oscar Levant. The book is known for Oscar's laconic witticisms, such as "everyone in Hollywood is gay, except Gabby Hayes — and that's because he is a transvestite."
- The title of this autobiography is a pun on the title of the Oscar Wilde play The Importance of Being Earnest.
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