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Paramount groomed him to replace the late James Dean and become Hollywood’s hottest heartthrob. But his landmark performance as Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho killed that—and spawned an image of Anthony Perkins that eerily paralleled his conflicted, fractured off-screen life.

Anthony Perkins: Split Image insightfully and comprehensively documents the life of this great actor, who was forced to act the part of ladies’ man while privately struggling with his own homosexuality, and chronicles his complicated search for acceptance.

Newly revised and updated for this tenth anniversary edition, Anthony Perkins: Split Image is both a harrowing look at life in the Hollywood closet and a poignant human drama that will change your vision of Anthony Perkins forever.

“Riveting...With his laser-beam of an eye, Winecoff lights up the hidden corners of Hollywood’s golden age, as well as a dark age of homosexuality that needs to be understood by anyone who didn’t live through it.…It’s a page-turner.” —James Gavin, author of Deep in a Dream: The Long Night of Chet Baker

“Charles Winecoff is a clever biographer. With his inside, creepy examination of Anthony Perkins, I was mesmerized by a dude I never thought I’d be able to stomach for more than a paragraph. Well done.” —E!’s Ted Casablanca

"Anthony Perkins: Split Image is one of the deepest, darkest Hollywood stories ever told.” —Robert Hofler, author of The Man Who Invented Rock Hudson

“Told with empathy and a sagacious eye for detail, Winecoff’s lively chronicle of one of the screen’s more formidable, if underrated, leading men perhaps should have been called Brokeback Hollywood Hills.”—Stephen M. Silverman, author of David Lean and Dancing on the Ceiling: Stanley Donen and His Movies

“An important chronicle of a time when gay was still the ultimate taboo, one that Hollywood had especially little use for as it aggressively sold illusion and lies.”—Michael Musto, from his Foreword

What's My Line? - Anthony Perkins; Martin Gabel [panel]; Zsa Zsa Gabor [panel] (Jun 14, 1959)

MYSTERY GUEST: Anthony Perkins PANEL: Arlene Francis, Martin Gabel, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Bennett Cerf.

Thunder vs. Blazers final score: Westbrook's third straight triple double not enough as Portland edges dead heat with Oklahoma City, 115-112

Portland finds their stride late Russell Westbrook's third straight straight triple double elevated him into some elite company. Still, Westbrook's elite performance was not enough to carry the Thunder to victory against the Portland Trail Blazers. The Blazers were simply unstoppable in the fourth quarter, scoring 37 total points as they effortlessly moved the ball from side to side. Part of the reason is Westbrook's D. Lillard was getting past Westbrook with ease all game, and would end up committing only one turnover. Ibaka was the far more successful of the two, but by the end of the game Lillard was on a really big roll. Aldridge managed to find his stride late in the game too, hitting really sick turnaround jumpers that had looked laborious for him just a few minutes prior. This took Ibaka's attention, and allowed Lillard to thrive. The other battle that arguably took center stage late in the game was that of Ibaka vs. Aldridge. Aldridge was missing his jumpers early, but got aggressive later in the game. By the time the fourth quarter rolled around, Aldridge was really essential to Portland's ball movement. Officiating takes center stage A number of incidents occurred relating to how the game was officiated. On one play, the officials didn't call a foul when Aldridge jumped into an outstretched Ibaka. The officials repeated that call on a Lillard drive a couple of plays later, and Portland coach Terry Stotts blew a gasket. Portland seemed to get their share of controversial calls back in their favor though. Midway through the fourth quarter, both Kyle Singler and Dion Waiters were called for three shot fouls in the corner. Later in the game, with about two minutes remaining in the fourth, Ibaka and Aldridge would get double technicals for yelling at each other. That didn't tip the balance of the game at all, but a whistle by the official with two seconds to go sure did. With the Thunder down three, the referee called a three shot foul on Wesley Matthews out near midcourt. Westbrook missed his first attempt and nullified the call, but how in the world did Westbrook draw that foul. Russ performance in the Shooting Stars at All-Star Weekend should tell us that he can't make it from that far. Source: Welcome to Loud City - All Posts

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RT @WatchCowboyFilm: Paul Newman,Joanne Woodward and Anthony Perkins photographed by Leonard McCombe, New York 1958. 02/28/15, @_MessedUpKid
Paul Newman,Joanne Woodward and Anthony Perkins photographed by Leonard McCombe, New York 1958. 02/28/15, @WatchCowboyFilm
Photo: theniftyfifties: Sophia Loren and Anthony Perkins in ‘Desire Under the Elms’, 1958. 02/28/15, @deepbluevelvet



  • Osgood and Anthony Perkins

    McFarland. 1991. 411 pages.


Anthony Perkins - IMDb

Anthony Perkins, Actor: Psycho. Anthony Perkins was born April 4, 1932 in New York City to Janet Esselstyn (Rane) and Osgood Perkins, an actor of both stage and film.

Anthony Perkins - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anthony Perkins (April 4, 1932 – September 12, 1992) was an American actor and singer. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor ...

Anthony Perkins - Biography - IMDb

Anthony Perkins was born April 4, 1932 in New York City to Janet Esselstyn (Rane) and Osgood Perkins, an actor of both stage and film. His paternal great-grandfather ...

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энтони перкинс (anthony perkins). Биография, фильмография, обои, факты из жизни, коллекция ...