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50 Oscar Nights: Author Dave Karger in Conversation with Alicia Malone

Two TCM Hosts Chatting about Oscar Winners!

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50 Oscar Nights: Author Dave Karger in Conversation with Alicia Malone
50 Oscar Nights: Author Dave Karger in Conversation with Alicia Malone

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Feb 27, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Los Angeles, 2100 Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90068, USA


About the Event

In celebration of his new book, author, journalist and TCM host Dave Karger will appear in person, in conversation with fellow TCM host Alicia Malone, to tell stories about what he learned, what surprised him and what warmed his heart, when he interviewed 50 Oscar winners. For almost a century, movie fans have been riveted by the Academy Awards and the stars who have won Oscars. 50 Oscar Nights by Dave Karger | Running Press takes readers behind the scenes of Hollywood’s most storied awards show through new and exclusive interviews with dozens of A-list actors, filmmakers, musicians, and craftspeople spanning sixty years of the Oscars. Among others, talent in the book includes Jane Fonda, Sally Fields, Rita Moreno, Clint Eastwood, Mel Brooks, Lee Grant and more recent winners such as director Barry Jenkins and actors Oliva Colman, Octavia Spencer and Eddie Redmayne.

Hollywood Heritage will display some Academy Awards related artifacts for the evening too!

Larry Edmunds Bookshop will be onsite to host Dave Karger’s signing of 50 Oscar Nights Iconic Stars & Filmmakers on Their Career-Defining Wins.

About the Author:

Dave Karger is an award-winning TV host, interviewer, journalist, and film expert. He is a host on Turner Classic Movies and has been the Oscars expert on NBC’s TODAY since 2000. He also spent over 15 years writing about the Oscars for Entertainment Weekly, has cohosted ABC’s Live from the Red Carpet pre-show, and served as the Academy’s official red-carpet greeter on Oscar night. In 2015, Dave received the Publicist's Guild Press Award, honoring the year’s outstanding entertainment journalist. He has been called “this generation’s mass-media cinematic ambassador” by The Wrap and a “beloved entertainment guru” by The Hollywood Reporter.


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