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THE ROYAL LUNTS

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Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fortanne, subjects of The Fabulous Lunts by Jared Brown.

America's foremost acting couple - Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne - are justly honored in a splendid biography, The Fabulous Lunts, by Jared Brown. Fourtunately, the author has the full cooperation of the stars' heirs, access to all their private papers, unpublished letters, personal photographs and cooperation of their colleagues, resulting in an accurate and mesmerizing profile of the most successful acting team in theatrical history. (Atheneum Publishers, $24.95.)

The Lunts are also etched in Make-Believe-The Magic of International Theatre by Richard Collier. The author honors the Lunts, Katharine Cornell, Noel Coward, Helen Hayes, John Gielgud and Laurence Olivier as seven superstars who achieved great renown on the stages of New York and London. He tells the stories of their early struggles, their special acting techniques and their qualities that helped the to survive. He also recaptures the excitement and glamour of the golden age of the theatre on both sides of the Atlantic - the twenties and thirties. (Dodd, Mead & Company, $19.95.)

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MORE BOOKS FOR THEATRE LOVERS

Show buffs will all welcome these dazzling volumes for the holidays: The Complete Lyrics of Lorenz Hart, edited by Robert Kimball and the lyricist's sister-in-law, Dorothy Hart, containing more than 650 incomparable lyrics by the great Hart and photos of the famed shows he wrote with Richard Rodgers. (Alfred A Knopf Inc., $40.00). . . Caught In The Act - New York Actors Face To Face focuses on 55 of today's hottest male stars (William Hurt, Kevin Kline, Sam Waterston, to name a few) in stunning photographs by Susan Shacter and candid text by Don Shewey that offers new insights on these great talents 
(NAL Books, $19.95) . . . Subsequent Performances by Jonathan Miller outlines the famed director's approach to his problems and solutions in staging, filming and acting the classics for today's audiences - from Alice In Wonderland to Long Day's Journey Into Night (Elisabeth Sifton Books, Viking, $25.00) . . .Taking The STage: Twenty-One Years of the London Theatre has an introduction by Lindsay Anderson and 132 memorable photographs by John Haynes taken at the Royal Court, the National, the Royal Shakespeare Company and London's West End theatres of Britain's greatest stars, playwrights, directors and productions (Thames and Hudson, Inc., $14.95.)
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