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WOW. A fascinating, equisite autobiography. I highly recommend the audio-version so you can listen to Ms. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cam
I have just finished this wonderful book. Julie is a wonderful writer and I thoroughly enjoyed reading her accounts of her early years. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sherralynne Dewhist
Started off with so much soapy, faux-nostalgic mush, I didn't want to read the rest. Read Julie Andrews: An Intimate Biography instead.Published 1 month ago by Nina A. Schwartz
Only gave four bc - in parts can be a pinch dry - lots of names and places to remember - but overall very interesting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Turner
I was told by a friend who read my just published book "Jenny's Daughter" that our childhoods were similar. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jacqueline Henderson
An eyeopener. Dame Julie has literally worked her whole life. You can hear her telling the story as your read. Excellent reading.Published 3 months ago by dianeofs
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|Julie Andrewas s autobiography "Home"||
"Home" is an excellent autobiography. However, Julie Andrews' early years were far from picture perfect; and often quite harrowing. Julie came from a broken home. Her stepfather, "Pop" Ted Andrews, was an abusive and violent alcoholic who abused Julie's brothers and tried... Read More
May 25, 2008 by DEWEY M. | See all 3 posts
|When Andrews mentioned Monty Python in her autobio here---Benny Hill was...||
Does anyone remember Julie Andrew's brief television show in 1972 (or '73?)? It was a variety show, 60 minutes and she had great guests, like Angela Lansbury. I remember she wrote the theme song and I loved it but no clue what it was. I loved the whole show - we would rush home to watch it... Read More
May 30, 2009 by bwaybabs | See all 3 posts