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Linden Press, Mar 1, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 354 pages
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She was born blonde and beautiful, raised like a princess in the magical world of Hollywood, an instant star. But such easy victories weren't enough for Candy Bergen. With great wit, style, and exceptional honesty, the daughter of ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and the "sister" of famed talking dummy Charlie McCarthy tells the story of her struggle to come to terms with herself.

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User Review  - knahs - LibraryThing

Well written with great humor. Bergen spends time talking about growing up as the "sister" of Charlie McCarthy. As an only child, she longed for approval from her father and had a somewhat distant ... Read full review

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User Review  - Meggo - LibraryThing

Ms. Bergen can write and tell a story, that's for sure. In start contrast to Angelica Huston's first autobiography, Bergen's book is full of coherent narratives. Entitled though she may have been, it ... Read full review


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