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Not too surprisingly, Hollywood often bears the brunt of helmer Alan Parker's humor in his cartoons. This collection, his third, covers two decades of scribbling.

Not too surprisingly, Hollywood often bears the brunt of helmer Alan Parker’s humor in his cartoons. This collection, his third, covers two decades of scribbling. The cartoons poke fun at everything from agents, critics and the infamous Katzenberg memo. As Parker explains in the intro: “I made most of these drawings because of being pissed off at the time, or frankly, to stuff it to some irksome roadblock person on the way to making my films, or to rant at the ever-present hypocrisy, pretension and deceit.”

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