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by Peter Falk

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Author:
Peter Falk
ISBN13:
978-0099509554
ISBN:
0099509555
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Publisher:
Arrow Books (August 7, 2008)
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Arts & Literature
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1980 kb
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Just one more thing, Thank you Peter Falk for years of priceless entertainment. Peter Falk had led an incredible life as an actor. The book doesn't go in too much detail about his life especially his two marriages and one picture with adopted daughters, Jackie and Catherine.

Just one more thing, Thank you Peter Falk for years of priceless entertainment. 8 people found this helpful. There are pictures of him with Alyce, his first wife, and Shera Danese, his much younger second wife. Peter Falk and Shera Danese were married for 33 years until his death.

Just One More Thing book. In Just One More Thing Peter Falk - award-winning actor - takes us behind-the-scenes into his professional and private life. Starting in Hartford, where he worked as a management analyst for the Connecticut State Budget Bureau. Falk was no more successful than at an earlier attempt to work with the CIA. He then turned to an old college interest: acting. Falk came to In Just One More Thing Peter Falk - award-winning actor - takes us behind-the-scenes into his professional and private life.

Just One More Thing" is pure Peter Falk, and reads as if he's sitting next to you, chuckling as he recalls his . Peter Falk came to prominence as an actor in 1956 in the highly successful off-Broadway revival of "The Iceman Cometh" with Jason Robards

Just One More Thing" is pure Peter Falk, and reads as if he's sitting next to you, chuckling as he recalls his remarkable past. Peter Falk came to prominence as an actor in 1956 in the highly successful off-Broadway revival of "The Iceman Cometh" with Jason Robards. Although he worked continuously for the next three years, bouncing from one off-Broadway theatre to the next, a theatrical agent advised him not to expect much work in motion pictures because of his glass eye.

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JUST ONE MORE THING also chronicles the author's more recent work, such as movie appeara. Peter Falk has appeared in over forty-one motion pictures, numerous plays, and many television programs, most notably Columbo

JUST ONE MORE THING also chronicles the author's more recent work, such as movie appeara. Peter Falk has appeared in over forty-one motion pictures, numerous plays, and many television programs, most notably Columbo. Falk continues to act in feature films, including the soon-to-be released Retirement and The Book of Joe. He lives in Los Angeles, CA. Библиографические данные. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.

May Peter Falk rest in peace. The character was kind of an outcast genius understimated by murderers and he usually used the sentence Just one more thing. as he was about to uncover the mystery to everyone. A crafty actor with a long career, having worked with sounding names as John Cassavetes, Frank Capra, Mike Nichols, William Friedkin and Wim Wenders among others. The TV show was the start of my love for noir film and detective stories. Curious fact: the pilot episode of Columbo tv series was directed by Steven Spielberg. From the New York Times (check their article on the man and his career): For all the mysteries Columbo solved, one remains.

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Just One More Thing is pure Peter Falk, and reads as if he were sitting next to you, chuckling as he recalls his . I'll start by saying I loved this book. This is not an autobiography, it is a collection of stories and anecdotes from Peter Falk's life.

Just One More Thing is pure Peter Falk, and reads as if he were sitting next to you, chuckling as he recalls his remarkable past  .

Peter Falk "Just one more thing. Pictures and photoes of Peter Falk Peter Falk brought Columbo to life! Book Reader's Heaven: Collaborative Novel, Rubicon Ranch: Riley's Story Presents Complex, Creative Mystery. I loved Columbo, his crumpled mac and shambolic air. Explore the best Peter Falk quotes here at OpenQuotes. Pictures and photoes of Peter Falk " Miss you dear Actor, Person, Colombo. Peter Falk brought Columbo to life! Book Reader's Heaven: Collaborative Novel, Rubicon Ranch: Riley's Story Presents Complex, Creative Mystery. Columbo - - we loved the clever "bumbling" of the shrewd detective.

Just One More Thing
  • I was wanting something new to read.
    I saw this book, and it brought back so many wonderful memories
    of Mr. Falk and his work in the movies.
    This book delves in some pretty interesting wild stories.
    Being arrested, not once, not twice but, three times, I believe.
    Gotta Love this man.
    Every one knows about his character, "Columbo".
    But I remember laughing my butt off watching him in "The In Laws"
    and in his best, "The Great Race."
    If you haven't seen these comedies, I suggest you do so.
    A well written book that I enjoyed so much.
    A man of many sides. I like that.
    I just found out that Mr. Falk has dementia.
    He is not doing well.
    Sorry to hear this news.
    I am editing my review.
    We now know Mr. Falk has passed away.
    I will just remember him with his trench coat on and
    a cigar in hand, and his devilish smile.

  • This book was so just what I needed! Something witty,funny and looking at life through the eyes of the legendary Peter Falk! He kept it simple,he was real and I love the fact that he paid honor to his first wife Alyce and to his 2nd wife! The photos in here are lovely,the only bad thing about this book is the fact that HE WASN'T MOE GREEN! I mean after reading this book I'm heart broken to know that,.we could've had our beloved COLUMBO IN THE GODFATHER! But truly this book is terrific,what else can you expect from one of the greatest actors in history!

  • Peter Falk tells how he was in some remote place, in Africa, I think, when he was approached by some local kids who smiled and waved. "Columbo!" they shouted.

    Falk talks about his raincoated character as well as other experiences in his life in small chapter, anecdotal form. He spends a couple of the chapters discussing how he came up with the Columbo character, what made Columbo tick, and even his use of the raincoat and where he got the beat-up old Peugot Columbo drove. Interviewed on the Actor's Studio by James Lipton, he's asked what he would like to hear God say when he arrived in heaven. Falk answered, "How much are those shoes?" a typical Columbo line he ad-libbed during an early episode.

    He also talks about other experiences in a chronological order, people he worked with, jobs he had, jokes, and more. He tells about the acting insight he got from orson Welles who was fed his line just before delivery through an earpiece. There was his arrest in Eastern Europe where he and his girlfriend were galivanting. He commented briefly on the skills of the late Patrick (Braveheart, TV's The Prisoner) McGoohan, who was a frequent Columbo guest villain as well as director of some episodes. There's his glee shared with co-star Alan Arkin that the Michael Douglas remake of their classic, The In laws, tanked at the box office. There are a few chapters about his friend John Cassavetes, the filming of favorite movies including It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Frank Sinatra's call to ask him to be in Robin and the Seven Hoods (where he had to sing!), and much more.

    Regrettably, since writing the book, Falk has been stricken with Alzheimer's and ultimately passed away.

    Lightweight book, great subject, plenty of photos, even some sketches that Falk drew including a nice one of Columbo, a fast read (I'm not an especially fast reader but I knocked this off in one day).

  • It is easy to picture Peter Falk sitting on the barstool ordering a favorite bowl of chili, talking about Columbo's cases and his interesting life and career. This book makes you feel like you're sitting next to him, listening and enjoying every word. A fun, lighthearted read with wonderful personal glimpses into a life filled with satisfying work, great friendships with equally talented movie and television people, and happiness in marriage.
    Such a rich life in every way. I highly recommend this book.

  • The book reads as though Peter Falk is talking to you; his writing style is conversational and the inclusion of some of his drawings is a real treat . I cherished each Columbo and a number of Peter Falk's movies. As I read, I reflected on his talent as an actor and thought how sad it is that so many of today's celebrities are far from his equal yet paid so much more.

  • I absolutely enjoyed this book. Peter Falk writes as though he is right in the same room with you and telling you a story about something that happened in his life. I started reading and could not put it down.

  • If Falk's roles as Columbo and other characters pleased you, the same warm, self-deprecating personality comes through on the pages of this book. I only wish I had known about it earlier so I could have read it while this exceptionally talented actor was still alive.

  • I was lucky enough to corner Mr. Faulk on a busy NYC street corner while I was in my NYPD uniform! Check out my new book NYPD: Through the looking glass available on Amazon! NYPD: Through the Looking Glass: Stories From Inside Americas Largest Police Department