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FREE EPUB ´ MOBI Pardon My Hearse · A Colorful Portrait of Where the Funeral and Entertainment Industries Met in Hollywood ¸ ALLAN ABBOTT É [Read] ➮ Pardon My Hearse: A Colorful Portrait of Where the Funeral and EnEven celebrities die―and he was the man who picked up the bodies Allan Abbott ran the leading hearse mortuary and funeral services company in Hollywood and got an unprecedented glimpse of how celebrities really live and die The Forrest Gump of the funeral industry Abbott was everywhere celebrities died from helping to prepare Marilyn Monroe’s body for burial to standing next to Christopher Walken at Natalie Wood’s funeral Now in his memoir “Pardon My Hearse” Abbott tells the rags to shroud story of how we went from a young man with a hearse to the funeral driver to the stars―a rollicking unexpectedly hilarious story of glamorous funerals mishaps with corpses and true life glimpses of celebrities at their most revealing moments ”Pardon My Hearse” is an eye opening look at secret Hollywood from the man who literally knows where the bodies are buried My interest in reading this book is because I'm fascinated with the funerary business and practices The book's claim about Hollywood was only slightly intriguing to me I thoroughly enjoyed the read but will mention to prospective readers that this book is not a trashy gossipy book about Hollywood and celebrities; it is a book about the inside workings of a funeral business which happened to be in California and thus crossed paths with the film industry occasionally The book starts off chronologically telling the story of how Abbot Mortuary Management I enjoyed this biographical part the best Then the book slips into anecdote mode with each chapter being on a theme cremation humour in the industry; embarrassing moments cultural traditions etc There are also chapters devoted to some of the momentous Hollywood funerals they were a part of such as Marilyn Monroe and nefarious events they ended up being a small part of such as sicko David Sconce murdered a good friend of theirs and tried to murder or at least beat up Hast A lot of highly interesting information mostly about the business which I enjoyed because of my interest in it Allan tell things in a fairly straightforward manner with a dash of dry humour His tone doesn't change between telling about the details of embalming the details of a prank which there were many or his inside information on a conspiracy theory Because of this I sometimes wondered if he was a bit overdramatic himself but on the other hand he tells them mundanely enough without sensationalism Glad to have read it and am adding it to my collection on the topic

Pardon My Hearse A Colorful Portrait of Where the Funeral and Entertainment Industries Met in HollywoodEven celebrities die―and he was the man who picked up the bodies Allan Abbott ran the leading hearse mortuary and funeral services company in Hollywood and got an unprecedented glimpse of how celebrities really live and die The Forrest Gump of the funeral industry Abbott was everywhere celebrities died from helping to prepare Marilyn Monroe’s body for burial to standing next to Christopher Walken at Natalie Wood’s funeral Now in his memoir “Pardon My Hearse” Abbott tells the rags to shroud story of how we went from a young man with a hearse to the funeral driver to the stars―a rollicking unexpectedly hilarious story of glamorous funerals mishaps with corpses and true life glimpses of celebrities at their most revealing moments ”Pardon My Hearse” is an eye opening look at secret Hollywood from the man who literally knows where the bodies are buried My interest in reading this book is because I'm fascinated with the funerary business and practices The book's claim about Hollywood was only slightly intriguing to me I thoroughly enjoyed the read but will mention to prospective readers that this book is not a trashy gossipy book about Hollywood and celebrities; it is a book about the inside workings of a funeral business which happened to be in California and thus crossed paths with the film industry occasionally The book starts off chronologically telling the story of how Abbot Mortuary Management I enjoyed this biographical part the best Then the book slips into anecdote mode with each chapter being on a theme cremation humour in the industry; embarrassing moments cultural traditions etc There are also chapters devoted to some of the momentous Hollywood funerals they were a part of such as Marilyn Monroe and nefarious events they ended up being a small part of such as sicko David Sconce murdered a good friend of theirs and tried to murder or at least beat up Hast A lot of highly interesting information mostly about the business which I enjoyed because of my interest in it Allan tell things in a fairly straightforward manner with a dash of dry humour His tone doesn't change between telling about the details of embalming the details of a prank which there were many or his inside information on a conspiracy theory Because of this I sometimes wondered if he was a bit overdramatic himself but on the other hand he tells them mundanely enough without sensationalism Glad to have read it and am adding it to my collection on the topic

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Pardon My Hearse: A Colorful Portrait of Where the Funeral and Entertainment Industries Met in Hollywood Î Even celebrities die―and he was the man who picked up the bodies Allan Abbott ran the leading hearse mortuary and funeral services company in Hollywood and got an unprecedented glimpse of how celebrities really live and die The Forrest Gump of the funeral industry Abbott was everywhere celebrities died from helping to prepare Marilyn Monroe’s body for burial to standing next to Christopher Walken at Natalie Wood’s funeral Now in his memoir “Pardon My Hearse” Abbott tells the rags to shroud story of how we went from a young man with a hearse to the funeral driver to the stars―a rollicking unexpectedly hilarious story of glamorous funerals mishaps with corpses and true life glimpses of celebrities at their most revealing moments ”Pardon My Hearse” is an eye opening look at secret Hollywood from the man who literally knows where the bodies are buried A hollywood whos who of deathAbbott has had a great recounting of his years serving the funeral industrystarting from a courier of death certifcatesgrowing his business into a big professional car rental service to both the funeral and movie industriesthis is a sometimes funny and well written account of the funeral business in Los Angeles at its celebrity obsessed bestA good readnot technical but if you have wondered where all those movie cars came frommany from abbott in many films over the years PDF ↠ A Colorful Portrait of Where the Funeral and Entertainment Industries Met in Hollywood » Allan Abbott

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Allan Abbott » Pardon My Hearse: A Colorful Portrait of Where the Funeral and Entertainment Industries Met in Hollywood BOOK Even celebrities die―and he was the man who picked up the bodies Allan Abbott ran the leading hearse mortuary and funeral services company in Hollywood and got an unprecedented glimpse of how celebrities really live and die The Forrest Gump of the funeral industry Abbott was everywhere celebrities died from helping to prepare Marilyn Monroe’s body for burial to standing next to Christopher Walken at Natalie Wood’s funeral Now in his memoir “Pardon My Hearse” Abbott tells the rags to shroud story of how we went from a young man with a hearse to the funeral driver to the stars―a rollicking unexpectedly hilarious story of glamorous funerals mishaps with corpses and true life glimpses of celebrities at their most revealing moments ”Pardon My Hearse” is an eye opening look at secret Hollywood from the man who literally knows where the bodies are buried Brilliant next one please