Times We Had

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Random House Publishing Group, Mar 12, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 384 pages
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The was the unofficial empress of Hollywood and she spent a lifetime as the mistress of one of America's richest men. Gathered from tapes recroded a decade before Marion Davie's death, read, in her own words, the story of a fantastic and glittering life, as never told before.

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Review: The Times We Had: Life with William Randolph Hearst

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I read this with a grain of salt, but her life and era are fascinating to me. Her narration was like listening to my grandmother tell stories which made this a relaxing and enjoyable book. Read full review

Review: The Times We Had: Life with William Randolph Hearst

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Narrated VERY unreliably. Davies contradicts herself a lot and the timeline jumps all over the place. It's easier to assume that it's all fiction. However, she certainly was a remarkable woman who led an intriguing life. Read full review

Contents

The Ziegfeld Girl
1
Silent Pictures
33
San Simeon
51
Copyright

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