Don't mind if I do / George Hamilton and William Stadiem.

By: Hamilton, George, 1939-
Contributor(s): Stadiem, William
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2008Description: viii, 305 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9781416545026; 1416545026Other title: Do not mind if I doSubject(s): Hamilton, George, 1939- | Motion picture actors and actresses -- United States -- BiographyDDC classification: 791.4302/8092 | B LOC classification: PN2287.H178 | A3 2008
Contents:
Desperate times demand desperate measures -- Lovely while it lasted -- Going Hollywood -- The education of George Hamilton -- Four for the road -- By the beautiful sea -- Becoming myself -- The player -- My dolce vita -- The eyes of Texas -- Model behavior -- Worldly possessions -- Thrilla in Manila -- The company I keep -- I'm still here.
Summary: An intimate behind-the-scenes assessment of Hollywood, presented from the perspective of a long-time film, television, and stage performer recounts his witness to such events as Richard Burton's proclamation of love to Elizabeth Taylor and one of Judy Garland's suicide attempts, in an account that also describes his relationships with high-profile politicians.
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"A Touchstone Book."

Desperate times demand desperate measures -- Lovely while it lasted -- Going Hollywood -- The education of George Hamilton -- Four for the road -- By the beautiful sea -- Becoming myself -- The player -- My dolce vita -- The eyes of Texas -- Model behavior -- Worldly possessions -- Thrilla in Manila -- The company I keep -- I'm still here.

An intimate behind-the-scenes assessment of Hollywood, presented from the perspective of a long-time film, television, and stage performer recounts his witness to such events as Richard Burton's proclamation of love to Elizabeth Taylor and one of Judy Garland's suicide attempts, in an account that also describes his relationships with high-profile politicians.

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