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Judy & Liza epub

by James Spada


Judy & Liza epub

ISBN: 0283989947

ISBN13: 978-0283989940

Author: James Spada

Category: Photo

Subcategory: Performing Arts

Language: English

Publisher: Doubleday; New Ed edition (1983)

Pages: 244 pages

ePUB book: 1949 kb

FB2 book: 1783 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 844

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James Spada took an old myth and turned it into this shoddy book. It's bascially a trash, rehash of stories of the relationship between Judy and Liza that were not true to begin with.

James Spada took an old myth and turned it into this shoddy book. 1 star maybe for the pictures, but the good pictures do not compensate for a lying text.

At 23 his first book, Barbra: The First As a thirteen-year-old kid in Staten Island, James Spada started the first Marilyn Monroe Memorial Fan Club

At 23 his first book, Barbra: The First As a thirteen-year-old kid in Staten Island, James Spada started the first Marilyn Monroe Memorial Fan Club. He produced four bulletins and one yearbook a year for four years, when he had to disband the club due to lack of money. In college he founded EMK: The Edward M. Kennedy Quarterly, and worked as an intern in Senator Kennedy’s Boston office in 1970. At 23 his first book, Barbra: The First Decade-The Films and Career of Barbra Streisand, was published.

Judy "relied on Liza for myriad assistances," in Spada's mangled prose. And when Liza showed signs of talent, Judy would be a loving supporter one day, an envious rival the next - with joint concerts, TV appearances, and ugly scenes galore. And when Liza showed signs of talent, Judy would be a loving supporter one day, an envious rival the next - with joint concerts, TV appearances, and ugly scenes galore

A book of talent, talent, talent. com User, March 22, 1999. I've kept this book all these years, having been published originally in 1983, and occasionally pull it from the shelf, relax and peruse its pictures and chapters. I highly recommend the book.

ISBN 10: 0385182015 ISBN 13: 9780385182010.

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Best-selling author James Spada has written the definitive biography of one of America’s greatest actresses, Bette Davis. Bette Davis participated in over 100 roles as an actress

Best-selling author James Spada has written the definitive biography of one of America’s greatest actresses, Bette Davis. Bette Davis participated in over 100 roles as an actress. She won two Academy Awards, was the first person to accrue 11 Academy Award nominations, and became the first woman to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Film Institute. Spada exposes the disturbing cover-up of the facts surrounding the sudden death of Bette’s second husband, Arthur Farnsworth; the truth about her relationship with her daughter .

Contact All American Speakers Bureau to inquire about speaking fees and availability, and book the best keynote speaker for your next event. He went on to write illustrated coffee-table books about Streisand, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli, Katharine Hepburn, Bette Midler, Shirley MacLaine and Warren Beatty and Jane Fonda. In 1987 his first non-pictorial biography, "Grace: The Secret Lives of a Princess," became a major international bestseller.

A coffee table biography/picture book.
Great pics! Judy and Liza friends will enjoyed this book.
James Spada took an old myth and turned it into this shoddy book. It's bascially a trash, rehash of stories of the relationship between Judy and Liza that were not true to begin with.

Save your money and buy "Judy" by Gerold Frank, amongst a few others on Judy Garland. 1 star maybe for the pictures, but the good pictures do not compensate for a lying text.
Imagine the horror of receiving this book as a gift, not once, not twice, but thrice. Well that happened to me. This book portrays Judy as a horrible person who only lives to cause havoc in the lives of those she loves. Anyone who really knew Judy will tell you that nothing could be further from the truth.

And what's with the story of Judy and Liza at the London Palladium? Judy did not try to sabotage or ridicule her daughter's efforts on stage. This is the problem with society, we take everything too literally. Liza merely said (with great humor and respect) that working with her mother was competition with enormous love and respect. Everyone present that night denied any friction between the two, and recall Judy's advice to pay their respects to Liza as well.

Avoid this like the plague and make sure you don;t get it three times.