“Forgotten Hollywood”- It Takes a Village…

Posted on November 26, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

Village book shop Deborah_at_entrance_04-150x150   Another book store this week with VILLAGE as part of its name has added Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History. To compliment Village Books in Pacific Palisades…The Village Book Shop in Glendora will now carry my work. Located in the heart of this quaint community in the San Gabriel Valley, I’m proud to announce I’ll also be signing books at this location on Tuesday, December 21st from 7p-9p. The Village Book Shop is at 123 North Glendora Ave.  DEBORAH GOULD / THE VILLAGE BOOK SHOP —–>

HaroldGould   The owner is Deborah Gould, daughter of the Emmy-nominated character actor Harold Gould. Her father appeared in The Sting as Kid Twist (Best Picture of 1973); the 1974 version of The Front Page,  starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau; Two For The Seesaw; Inside Daisy Clover; and Silent Movie. He also appeared as the father of Richie Cunningham in the pilot for Happy Days, which aired on an episode of Love American Style; and he had recurring roles on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda, and The Golden Girls.

<–Harold Gould’s fine performances compliment the subjects of my work, and I’m absolutely thrilled to visit his daughter’s book shop for the Holidays.


  B&N Washington Three new BARNES & NOBLE stores have added my paperback to their shelves. You will find it in Washington D.C.; Baltimore, Maryland; Oak Brook and Orland Park, Illinois; and this also means we are in 48 B&N book shops. We’ve now reached our 96th nationwide location.

   How fitting to find Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History in our nation’s capital. We’ve come full circle, it seems, when you consider our esteemed Secretary of State (and former First Lady), Hilary Clinton, once wrote a book entitled It Takes a Village.


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   Finally, here are the links to the recent press releases about the GOLD recipients (including Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History) from the year’s 2010 WORLD BOOK AWARDS:



Until next time>                               “never forget”

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