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Work in Progress:
Disney CEO Michael Eisner's legendary self-reliance comes through in his narration of Work in Progress. He takes you with him as, again and again, he plunges into uncharted waters and comes up a stronger swimmer than he was before. There's not a lot of emotion in his narration, but there's a lot of emotional content. As he recounts his growing string of achievements in the entertainment industry, you can feel the swelling confidence, the growing power. Best of all, you never stop liking Eisner, mostly because he's also willing to tell you about the projects and relationships that didn't work out so well--which makes one really anxious to hear Jeffrey Katzenberg's autobiography. (Running time: four hours, three cassettes) --Lou Schuler [via]