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"I have known Scotty Bowers for the better part of a century. I'm so pleased that he has finally decided to tell his story to the world. His startling memoir includes great figures like Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn. Scotty doesn't lie-the stars sometimes do--and he knows "everybody.""--Gore Vidal "A picaresque romp that unabashedly uncover long-hidden sexual scandals during Hollywood's golden years."--John Rechy, author of "City of Night" "Scotty Bowers's memoir is a jaw-dropping firsthand account of closeted life in Hollywood during the '40s and '50s. The wholesome image of the post-war American family was acted, written, directed and designed by people for whom such a life was never possible and Bowers writes about their pain and brilliance with the childlike wonder of Chauncey Gardiner. Turner Classic Movies will never quite look the same."-Griffin Dunne, Actor/Director "They said he'd never talk--but at long last, the legendary Scotty Bowers has told his --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Delicious, salacious, and sublimely insightful and entertaining.Published 2 days ago by Matthew J Landis
A sleezy, salicious waste of paper, time and money. It's a shame the dead can't sue for libel. The author should stick to sending his "memoirs" to penthouse forums.Published 5 days ago by Dale Long
interesting book. a little trashy but that's what i liked about it.
it's hard to believe most of it.
A farmboy from Illinois, Scotty Bowers headed for Los Angeles after his demob from the Marines at the end of World War Two. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Gee
not finished yet....but so far its good. some stories are believable others are a bit exagerated i think. but its well written and easy to read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rick dumesnil