In this frank and witty autobiography, Debbie Reynolds shares her vivid memories of her public and private life: her widely publicized and turbulent marriages to Eddie Fisher and businessman Harry Karl; her experiences with other stars like Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly, Bette Davis, Shelley Winters, Glenn Ford, Robert Wagner, Fred Astaire; her hard-won and enduring relationship with her son, Todd Fisher, and daughter, actress Carrie Fisher; and the fabulous success of her later career in nightclubs, television, and theater. This recording is a unique documentary - the story of Golden Age of Hollywood from the perspective of a survivor, an act of courage from a woman whose screen performances have touched us all.
©2009 Dan Reynolds; (P)2009 Phoenix
Her to be second husband gives here a diamond pin in the shape of a swanjust because they are going to the ballet....but, of course, later steals all her money.t.
Debbie is sitting there telling you this story.
Elizabeth did Debbie a favor.
Just a really good read. I read a lot of political non-fiction and needed the change.This book is just good for your soul.
This book has so much cut out from its written format I hated it. Read the book not the audible one.
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