John Travolta: Back in Character tells the extraordinary, compelling story of Travolta's phenomenal journey from stardom to near-obscurity - and back again.
From acclaimed actor John Travolta comes a modern fable, originally written and illustrated for his own son, about a young boy whose first trip on an airplane changes his life forever.
20 songs celebrating the 20th anniversary of Grease: Beauty School Dropout • Born to Hand Jive • Summer Nights • You're the One That I Want • more.
A biography of John Travolta which traces his rise to international fame, the collapse of his career in the 1980s, and its resurrection with the making of Pulp Fiction. The book also recounts his personal life, including the death of his girlfriend when he was filming Saturday Night Fever.
Traces John Travolta's life and career, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the characters he has played, stars he has worked with and admired, and highlights of his own life
JOHN TRAVOLTA: AN ADULT COLORING BOOK: A John Travolta Coloring Book For Adults *An awesome unofficial John Travolta-inspired, biographical coloring book *Perfect for relaxation and stress relief *2 copies of each image, for two chances to color! *Rad original designs, from Scribble Press!
Notebook by Kensington Press. Perfect for writing notes, letters and journaling. High quality white lined paperback. 100 pages per book. Size A4 approximately (8.5" x 11"). Finished in a stunning glossy cover to protect against marks.
Imagine waking up one day and being told that everything you believe to be true is a lie - your name, your family, your world. Known throughout the world as John Travolta's talented nephew, in 2008 Rikki Lee Travolta suffered a nervous breakdown. While hospitalized he learned that he wasn't a member of the famous Travolta entertainment family, but was rather a broken man who through years of psychological and physical trauma had developed alternate personalities - one of them being "Rikki Lee Travolta." Unbecoming Travolta bravely chronicles Rikki Lee Travolta’s heartbreaking battle with Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder), Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression), Borderline Personality Disorder, Paranoid Schizophrenia, and severe Anxiety.
College Ruled Color Paperback. Size: 6 inches x 9 inches. 55 sheets (110 pages for writing). Fascinating Poster Designed By John Travolta Dis. 157430680017
This multidisciplinary study of Scientology examines the organization and the controversies around it through the lens of popular culture, referencing movies, television, print, and the Internet—an unusual perspective that will engage a wide range of readers and researchers. • Discusses Scientology within the framework of popular culture, which is how most people outside the religion come in contact with it • Approaches the study of Scientology from multiple viewpoints, enabling readers to have an informed, multicultural perspective on the religious group's beliefs and practices from which to form their own opinion • Presents information about Scientology derived from one of the largest university archive collections on the subject worldwide, with a number of documents never before having been referenced in scholarship
The 1970s were difficult years for the United States, a time when long-held convictions were challenged and the nation experienced a collective identity crisis. Women and minorities called into question the belief that freedom and equality are the birthright of all Americans. Watergate and related scandals of the Nixon administration damaged the country's faith in politicians and the political system. The Arab oil boycott, the energy crisis, the environmental movement, and years of stagflation raised doubts about the future of the nation's economy, and in the jungles of Vietnam, many Americans began to doubt their ability to protect the world from Communism. This book includes entries on the prominent people, significant events, issues and controversies, and the culture of the decade.