Author Archives: Fred Weintraub

Articles, Book Reviews & February Events

***** The next Book Signing is SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19th, 3pm at DIESEL BOOKS in Brentwood on 26th Street in the Brentwood Mart ***** I’ve been getting some wonderful reviews on the book. Some great articles too! Check out the links … Continue reading

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I am pleased to announce that “Bruce Lee, Woodstock and Me” is now available in hardcover and ebook at Barnes & Noble and Amazon as well as iTunes and Sony Reader Store. Links can be found in the ‘Buy the … Continue reading

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Woody Allen

Just saw the first part of the new “Woody Allen: A Documentary”. It’s terrific! For all those young filmmakers, it’s a must. I’m not biased even though I am in the first few minutes of the film.  It will be … Continue reading

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Sweet Judy Blue Eyes

November 1st at the Grammy Museum with Judy Collins, interviewed by Bob Santelli: “Judy Blue Eyes, My Life in Music,” is the title of Judy Collin’s new memoir published by Random House. Jackie and I had the rare privilege of hearing Judy … Continue reading

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Writing a Memoir

Quite a few people have asked me how I got my book finished and how long it took me. To be exact, 30 years ago some people talked to me about it and then, over the years, as I told … Continue reading

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Gil Cates

What a sad day. Gil Cates, one of the finest people I’ve dealt with, passed away yesterday. I had spoken to Gil just two hours before to plan a dinner at my house. We had known each other since 1968 … Continue reading

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Summons # 5500779

In the mid 1960s, the Department of Licenses in New York tried to suspend and revoke my coffee house license at The Bitter End. Their reason being, “Fred Weintraub presented one, Lenny Bruce, in which the said performer made indecent, … Continue reading

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Bruce Lee, Woodstock and Me

My memoir is being published on January 15th. It includes stories from The Bitter End years (Neil Diamond, Woody Allen, Bill Cosby), the Woodstock years and producing over 40 films. It’s called “Bruce Lee, Woodstock and Me”.

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