This award-winning memoir about qqthe hippest guy on the planetqq recollects novelist/screenwriter Terry Southern's highs and lows, his association with the Beat Generation, and his movie cult classics Dr. Strangelove and Easy Rider. In 1964, Terry Southern met actress Gail Gerber on the set of The Loved One. He was enjoying his success from co-writing the risque novel Candy, a satire of Candide, and the movie Dr. Strangelove; she had just co-starred with Elvis Presley in Girl Happy. Though they were both married, there was an instant connection and they remained a couple until his death 30 ye.... Terry Southern was, in the Sixties, as writer Sean Kelly once observed, one third of a hipstera#39;s triumvirate that included John Coltrane and ... Richardson; and Earl and Camilla McGrath. They all wanted to pay tribute to Terry. I also invited someone I shouldna#39;t have. I was full of ... We arrived via a car service, along with Rip and Angelica, and had to walk the red carpet with the paparazzi flashing away.
|Title||:||Trippin' with Terry Southern: What I Think I Remember|
|Author||:||Gail Gerber with Tom Lisanti|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2009-01-01|