Life is a banquet

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Random House, 1977 - Biography & Autobiography - 260 pages
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Recounts Rosalind Russell's Connecticut childhood, her early careers in New York and Hollywood, her comedic and dramatic film successes, her triumphant return to the stage, and her thirty-five-year marriage

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User Review  - Julie Barrett - Goodreads

Very entertaining Hollywood memoir. Roz was a witty, funny, intelligent woman who wasn't crazy. Now, don't get me wrong, I adore reading memoirs of crazy Hollywood folks whose lives are just one long ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mikel Maine - Goodreads

Beautiful, Roz, absolutely beautiful. Rosalind Russell takes everything we know and think about the rich stars of Hollywood and throws it in a curveball at our uninformed minds. She lived as a star ... Read full review


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