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Robert Mitchum: Baby, I Don't Care is Lee Server's biography of Mitchum, the definitive life of a man who invented film noir cool - both on the silver screen and off it.

About the Author

Lee Server is the author of Danger is my Business: An Illustrated History of the Fabulous Pulp Magazines 1896-1953, Sam Fuller: Film is a Battleground, Over my Dead Body: The Sensational Age of the American Paperback 1945-1955, Asian Pop Cinema: Bombay to Tokyo, and Screenwriter: Words Become Pictures. He is also the co-editor of The Big Book of Noir.

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'Lee Server's thorough work gives Mitchum the biography he deserves, and consolidates his reputation as one of the very best.' Guardian; 'This is a book you can wallow in. You're never far from a fight or a steamy romance or a drinking binge - Robert Mitchum, after all, was like a Robert Mitchum character.' New Statesman; 'Server has accumulated plenty of intriguing details about Mitchum's life, and his style parallels the laid-back character of his subject.' Sunday Express; 'Some guy. And this is some book... Server is the best kind of biographer, a fan who doesn't let his admiration get in the way of telling the truth'. Scotland on Sunday

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