Gilda: an intimate portrait

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McGraw-Hill/Contemporary, May 1, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 246 pages
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David Saltman and Gilda Radner met in 1966, and their friendship continued for the rest of Gilda's life. Gilda's moving account of her battle with cancer told the last, bittersweet days of her life. Now one of her best friends offers a warm and perceptive memoir of the years that came before. Photographs.

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Gilda: an intimate portrait

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How refreshing to read about this gifted comedienne and not feel pity. Readers will become so engrossed in this account of the person who brought such memorable characters as Judy Miller, Rhonda Weiss ... Read full review


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