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  - Lady Katsa - Goodreads

I fell in love with this book on the first page. It was absolutely wonderful! Rosalind Russell made you want to grab life by the horns! She gave new meaning to "Being alive" as well as what a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Krys Conner - Goodreads

Rosalind Russel is a very gifted actress and shares the photogenic screen quality of Marilyn Monroe. She always gives a enticing performance and puts passion into whatever she does. it was such a treat to read her story in her own words. I really enjoyed this book. Read full review


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