Yul: the man who would be king : a memoir of father and son

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Simon and Schuster, Oct 1, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 252 pages
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Yul Brynner's only son offers a memoir of life with his famous father, his exotic early life, his triumphs on Broadway and in film, his stormy personal life, the troubled relationship with his son, and painful death from cancer

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Review: Yul: The Man Who Would be King : a Memoir of Father and Son

User Review  - Tchipakkan - Goodreads

As a fan, I skimmed it, going for the bits that interested me most. His early years, as an acrobat and singer. I wasn't as involved in the interaction between son and father. I bet other people would find that really compelling. Read full review

Review: Yul: The Man Who Would be King : a Memoir of Father and Son

User Review  - Chris Hampshire - Goodreads

This is a heartbreaking book and if Rock is to believed,Yul was definately lacking in some fatherly qualities,though Rock does come across as a little pathetic at times. As in a lot of father son ... Read full review

Contents

PART
11
Prologue
13
Oriental Enigma
17
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Brynner's first play was produced on Broadway in 1970.

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