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Get Shorty’s shylock protagonist, Chili Palmer, is a truly inspired creation—as memorable as another unforgettable Leonard hero, U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens of the hit TV series Justified—and readers will relish his moves and ...
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Chili Palmer, a Miami loanshark, and Harry Zimm, a film producer in debt, become reluctant partners as they become embroiled in the seductive but deadly Hollywood scene. Reprint.
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Chili Palmer, a Miami loanshark, and Harry Zimm, a film producer in debt, become reluctant partners as they become embroiled in the seductive but deadly Hollywood scene. Reprint.
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Amis: I was on the set of Get Shorty, as a journalist. I was writing a profile of John Travolta [for The New Yorker]. And usually when a journalist goes to the set of a film, he stays for six hours and sees one person cross a road and then goes ...
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A mobster travels to Hollywood to collect a debt, and discovers that the movie business is much the same as his current job.
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GET SHORTY 3 0000 056 774 718 Chili Palmer is a small - time loan - shark operating out of the backroom of a barber shop in Miami , Florida . Sent to collect a gambling debt from a B - movie king in Los Angeles , Chili Palmer is propelled  ...
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Get Shorty’s Chili Palmer is back in Be Cool, a classic novel of suspense from New York Times bestselling author Elmore Leonard.
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Lincoln Square — 1992 Broadway, at 68th St. (336- 5000) Copycat; Get Shorty; Home for the Holidays; Leaving Las Vegas; Lcs Miscrahles; Powder; Seven; The Usual Suspects; Three Wishes; To Die For; Total Eclipse. Opening 11/10: Ace ...
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Unique and thoroughly original, this book: Covers Leonard’s entire career, including his early Western novels and his work in visual media Illustrates Leonard’s genius at handling free indirect discourse Discusses the author’s ...