Biography

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Hello, I Must Be Going: Groucho and His Friends

Hello, I Must Be Going

Groucho and His Friends

Simon & Schuster (2007)
US$13.99

When Charlotte Chandler called Groucho Marx for an interview, he answered the phone himself....

Deconstructing Sammy: Music, Money, and Madness

Deconstructing Sammy

Music, Money, and Madness

HarperCollins (2009)
US$14.99

Sammy Davis Jr. lived a storied life. Adored by millions over a six-decade-long career, he was...

Furious Love: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, and the Marriage of the Century

Furious Love

Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, and the Marriage of the Century

HarperCollins (2010)
US$14.99

From veteran entertainment reporter Sam Kashner and biographer Nancy Schoenberger comes the...

American Rebel: The Life of Clint Eastwood

American Rebel

The Life of Clint Eastwood

Crown/Archetype (2009)
US$12.99

In American Rebel , bestselling author and acclaimed film historian Marc Eliot examines the ...

Oprah Winfrey: A Biography
Greenwood Publishing Group (2004)
US$39.00

This biography takes readers behind the hype to present a balanced portrait of Oprah Winfrey, from...

Possessed: The Life of Joan Crawford

Possessed

The Life of Joan Crawford

HarperCollins (2010)
US$14.99

New York Times bestselling author Donald Spoto has already brilliantly explored the lives and...

Enchantment
Crown/Archetype (2006)
US$13.99

While her name is synonymous with elegance, style and grace, this poignant, funny and deeply moving...

The Passion of Montgomery Clift
University of California Press (2010)
US$30.41

From his 1948 film debut in Red River through such classics as The Heiress, A Place in the Sun ,...

And Furthermore
St. Martin's Publishing Group (2011)
US$7.99

I can hardly believe that it is more than half a century since I first stepped on to the stage of...

Mae West: An Icon in Black and White

Mae West

An Icon in Black and White

Oxford University Press (2003)
US$40.49

"Why don't you come up and see me sometime?" Mae West invited and promptly captured the imagination...