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Author  Billy Crystal
Media type  Print (hardcover)
ISBN  978-0-446-57867-7
Playwright  Billy Crystal
Genre  Autobiography
Country  United States of America
Language  English
Pages  192
Originally published  2005
Page count  192
Subject  Autobiography
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Billy crystal talks 700 sundays


700 Sundays is an autobiography written by Billy Crystal. The title refers to the number of Sundays shared by Billy and his father, Jack Crystal, who died when Billy was 15.

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Broadway

Crystal’s stage adaptation was originally produced in 2004 as a "Page To Stage" production at La Jolla Playhouse. Opening on a Sunday in December 2004 at the Broadhurst Theatre, the one-man show won the 2005 Tony Award for Special Theatrical Event.

In 2013, a 54-performance revival was staged at the Imperial Theatre. HBO filmed the January 3–4, 2014 performances, which debuted on the network on April 19, 2014.

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