While it expands a slim book, it's not necessary.
Unfortunately, author Michael Starr relies almost exclusively on second-hand sources for his text-- newspapers, magazines, and other print material.
As Mr. Starr reports it, there does not seem to be anything revealing or in the slightest bit noteworthy in the telling of Raymond Burr's life.
Couldn't put the book down. Very well written and interesting.Published 2 months ago by Claire D Ostrander
The Kindle Edition was not published correctly for the 'Text-to-Speech' feature. It is miserable listening!Published 4 months ago by David Samuel Barrett
:-) My mom had such a crush on this man when I was a kid. Sucks that he had to hide his private life.Published 4 months ago by Jonathan V Packer
My main bugaboo comes from the author's amateurish writing style, to say nothing of his disparaging remarks about "Godzilla, King of the Monsters. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Peter H. Brothers
Raymond Burr has always been one of my favorite actors. I've seen quite a few of his movies. He always played the bad guy..LOL But my favorite of all is "Perry Mason"!! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Balbina C. Nepomuceno
I found this to be a fascinating inside look into an actor who I admired and respected since childhood. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gary M. Kaye
I'm old enough to remember when "Perry Mason" first aired back in the 50s, and although I've been a fan of Raymond Burr's movies and other television appearances, I knew... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jim Nolt
I love biography's but this is not a biography. It is the detailed description and plot of every movie Raymond Burr was ever in. I love stories about real people. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dawn Green