Clara Bow: Run Wild

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Doubleday, 1988 - Performing Arts - 338 pages
The legendary predecessor of Marilyn Monroe and Madonna, Clara Bow was America's sweetheart in the 1920's as the original flapper. She starred in over fifty films, including It, but ended her life as a recluse.

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Excellent, well researched biography of a largely forgotten star. Unfolds like a mystery. Extremely entertaining.

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Stenn, a graduate of Yale University, is an award-winning television writer whose work has been seen in such series as Hill Street Blues, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, 21 Jump Street and Beverly Hills 90210.

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