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A powerful biography of one of the greatest football players of all time, in the spirit ofNamath and Johnny UNo quarterback in the history of the NFL can match Bart Starr's record of achievement. In an unprecedented seven-season run from 1961-67, Starr led the Green Bay Packers to five NFL championships and the first two Super Bowl titles, while revolutionizing the position and laying the foundation for the quarterbacks of today. Yet until now this quiet man's remarkable career has often been obscured by the Lombardi mystique. Acclaimed author Keith Dunnavant brings Starr's dramatic journey to life in vivid detail, sketching the definitive portrait of an iconic figure who defined the quarterback position during the 1960s, when professional football stormed out of the shadows to capture the nation's imagination. A remarkable blend of personal memory and historical narrative, Bart Starr is a compelling biography of an American hero and the perfect companion to the classicWhen Pride Still Mattered."A definitive biography of the best man ever to take a snap from center." -Allen Barra, Dallas Morning News"One of the best sports history books you will read." -NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell"An ode to stoicism, modesty and discipline-the virtues that made the Packers' dynasty." -Mark Kriegel, New York Times bestselling author of Namath "Allowing no room for debate, Dunnavant shows that Starr was the indispensable man in the creation of the Green Bay Packers dynasty." - Dave Kindred, author ofMorning Madness"An absolute masterpiece? Hands down, the best sports book of the year." -Paul Finebaum, Radio Talk Show Host
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This remake of Mel Brooks' 1968 film features Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick in the roles that they originated in the smash Broadway adaptation of the original film. Broadway producer Max Bialystock (Lane) is famous for his spectacular opening night flops. Leopold Bloom (Broderick) is an uptight accountant who virtually discovers gold while reviewing Max's books. When Leo realizes that you can actually make more money with a flop than with a hit, the two team up and begin a search for both the worst script and the worst director they can find to ensure failure. The script selection seems easy when the duo stumble upon SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER, an homage to the Fuhrer penned by Franz Liebkind (Will Ferrell), a German sympathetic to the Nazi cause. Convinced that the script will incite outrage, the duo needs a bad director to seal the deal. Campy director Roger DeBris (Gary Beach) and his assistant (Roger Bart) fit the bill perfectly. But when their scheme fails, Max and Leo find themselves with the worst possible outcome: a hit. To make matters worse, Franz is just a little peeved that Hitler was depicted disrespectfully-and he has a gun. Will Max and Leo survive the playwright's wrath? Will they go to jail for cooking the books? And will Leo ever submit to the advances of sexy Swedish receptionist/actress Ulla (Uma Thurman)? Directed by stage director Susan Stroman, making her feature film directorial debut, this riotous romp features lots of laughs from the major players, as well as brief appearances by Jon Lovitz, Michael McKean, and Richard Kind. Lane and Broderick make it easy to understand why the show was an unprecedented hit on Broadway, and Ferrell is a scene-stealer as Liebkind.
The Complete Book of 2000s Broadway Musicals
In the first decade of the twenty-first century, Broadway was notable for old-fashioned, feel-good shows (Hairspray, Jersey Boys), a number of family-friendly musicals (Little Women, Mary Poppins), plenty of revivals (Follies, Oklahoma!, Wonderful Town), a couple of off-the-wall hits (Avenue Q, Urinetown), several gargantuan flops (Dance of the Vampires, Lestat), and a few serious productions that garnered critical acclaim (The Light in the Piazza, Next to Normal). Unlike earlier decades which were dominated by specific composers, by a new form of musical theatre, or by numerous British imports, the decade is perhaps most notable for the rise of shows which poked fun at the musical comedy form, such as The Producers and Spamalot. In The Complete Book of 2000s Broadway Musicals, Dan...
Bart's Ultimate BLT (sourdough bread, basil, bacon, tomato, arugula, mozzarella cheese, salt)
Bart's Crab Cakes (cream cheese, mayonaise, eggs, lime juice, crabmeat, saltine crackers, green pepper, onions, butter, vegetable oil, dijon mustard)
Brett & Bart's favorite spaghetti Recipe (sausage, sausage, plum tomato, tomato paste, marinara sauce, tomato paste, parsley, oregano, basil, rosemary, salt, red wine, sugar, pasta)
Uncle Roger's Cajun Spice (black pepper, cayenne, chili powder, cumin, thyme, garlic, onion powder, paprika, salt, white pepper)
Roger Bart - Wikipedia
Roger Bart; Born (1962-09-29) September 29, 1962 (age 54) Norwalk, Connecticut, United States: Occupation: Actor, singer: Years active: 1987–present
Roger Bart - IMDb
Roger Bart, Actor: The Producers. Roger Bart was born on September 29, 1962 in Norwalk, Connecticut, USA. He is an actor, known for The Producers (2005), American ...
Roger Bart - imdb.com
Date of Birth: 29 September 1962 , Norwalk, Connecticut, USA See more » Contact: View agent and manager contact info on IMDbPro . Trivia: (December 2006) Back in The ...