Times We Had

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Ballantine Books, 1975 - 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
Sun Simeon
51
Copyright

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About the author (1975)

Orson Welles (1915 1985) was an iconic Academy Award winning director, writer, actor and producer for film, stage, radio, and television. He first gained notoriety for his October 30, 1938, radio broadcast of H. G. Wells "The War of the Worlds". Winner of multiple awards, he is now widely acknowledged as one of the most important dramatic artists of the twentieth century.

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