Times We Had

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Random House Publishing Group, 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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The Ziegfeld Girl
1
Silent Pictures
33
Sun Simeon
51
Copyright

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Marion Davies (1897-1961) was a major American film star of the 1920s and 1930s, helped by her friend, publishing and real estate tycoon, art collector and film producer William Randolph Hearst. He would supervise most of the forty-five films she made as she became the richest actress of her time.

Orson Welles (1915-1985) was the director and star of Citizen Kane, considered by many to be the greatest film of all time.

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