George Burns and the Hundred-Year Dash

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G.K. Hall, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 395 pages
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Examines the person behind the persona of George Burns through his friendships with such contemporaries as Jack Benny, Groucho Marx, and Milton Berle, as well as his relationship with wife Gracie Allen

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A breezy trot through the life and career of a true show business legend. After writing biographies of artists who were far more likable on-stage than off (Nobody's Fool: The Lives of Danny Kaye, 1994 ... Read full review

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This tribute to one of the longest-running careers in show business history by veteran show biz biographer Gottfried (Nobody's Fool: The Lives of Danny Kaye, S. & S., 1994; Stephen Sondheim, Abrams ... Read full review


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