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Cheech is not my real name... but don't call me Chong! [sound recording] /

by Marin, Cheech [author,]; Hassan, John [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundPublisher: New York, NY : Hachette Audio, [2017]Edition: Unabridged.Description: 6 audio discs (approx. 7.5 hr.) ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 9781478934851.Subject(s): Marin, Cheech | Comedians -- United States -- Biography | Motion picture actors and actresses -- United States -- Biography | Hispanic American motion picture actors and actresses -- Biography | AudiobooksRead by Cheech Marin.Summary: A memoir by the counterculture legend discusses how he formed one of the most successful comedy duos of all time, became a representative of the recreational drug movement, forged a successful solo career, and amassed a collection of renowned Chicano art.
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<p>Cheech Marin came of age at an interesting time in America and became a self-made counterculture legend with his other half, Tommy Chong. This long-awaited memoir delves into how Cheech dodged the draft, formed one of the most successful comedy duos of all time, became the face of the recreational drug movement with the film Up in Smoke , forged a successful solo career with roles in The Lion King and, more recently, Jane the Virgin, and became the owner of the most renowned collection of Chicano art in the world.</p> <p>Written in Cheech's uniquely hilarious voice, this memoir will take you to new highs.</p>

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Read by Cheech Marin.

"Includes a PDF of photos."

A memoir by the counterculture legend discusses how he formed one of the most successful comedy duos of all time, became a representative of the recreational drug movement, forged a successful solo career, and amassed a collection of renowned Chicano art.

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