Summary: Patricia Bosworth's striking and compelling memoir of power, politics, and family through one of the most defining eras in American history The FBI kept a secret dossier on him. He was a confidante to stars; adviser to politicians; and lawyer to the likes of William Randolph Hearst, Rita Hayworth, and the blacklisted Hollywood Ten, whom he defended during the House Un-American Activities...
Publisher / Publication Date: Open Road Integrated Media LLC 2012
Summary: "An American journalist and biographer discusses what it was like to come of age during the repressive 1950s and how her family's move to New York landed her inside the Actor's Studio with Marilyn Monroe and Paul Newman,"--NoveList.
Publisher / Publication Date: Harper 2017
Copies Available at Woodmere1 available in Adult Non-fiction, Call number: 921 BOSWORTH, PATRICIA BOS
Summary: A biography of Marlon Brando explores the sexuality, passion, and sensitivity that fueled this film icon's rise to superstardom.
Publisher / Publication Date: Viking 2001