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That said, Terrace Books has done a great job publishing a wonderful book.
The portrait of Judy Garland is about the most pathetic and unflattering one imaginable, but she was in a drug-induced downward spiral during the period detailed here.
If you just enjoy pleasure reading and like good stories, this would be a great choice.
I had thought this book would focus more on how the author went about writing biographies, including how to write one when your subject is dead or does not authorize it, but there... Read morePublished 9 months ago by CJS
These very interesting stories and anecdotes about Hollywood stars would especially enthrall someone of an age who actually remembers these stars and would love to hear the inside... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Nancy J. Arflack
In and Out of Hollywood
Book review by: Richard L. Weaver II, Ph.D.
If you are interested in one person's (an insider's) personal reflections on some of the... Read more
Don't buy this book. The author is self-congratulatory, arrogant and it is ultimately a superficial dissappointing read.Published on September 12, 2010 by tonymcgill