Ann Margret by Ann-Margret
My Story

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Ann-Margret's career spans five decades and crosses the worlds of movies, theater, TV, and music. In this intimate autobiography, she speaks out about the celebrities she has known over the years, shares her recovery from a near-fatal accident, and recounts the touching story of her husband's illness.

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Todd Gold has collaborated with numerous celebrities to write their memoirs, including Ann-Margaret, Drew Barrymore, and Sonny Bono. He is the West Coast Bureau Chief of US Weekly magazine and lives in Los Angeles, California.
Published February 9, 1994 by Putnam Adult. 336 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Although the Swedish-born (but Midwestern bred) actress acknowledges that she has never been comfortable with public candor, her withholding of certain pieces of autobiographical information will irk many of her fans, particularly those who have waited for the truth about her relationship with El...

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By the time she had nibbled Pat Boone's shoulder in State Fair and shaken the nation's tail feathers in Bye Bye Birdie, it was obvious that the 22-year-old Swedish-born Ann-Margret was not just any screen icon in waiting, but the heir apparent to Marilyn Monroe.

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George Burns, Dom DeLuise, Danny De Vito, Dean-Paul Martin and Roger Moore provide arms for A-M to lean on as she impersonates Hollywood stereotypes, from a rejected script girl to an over-the-hill sex symbol.

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This book is based on material from his collection, which began in 1963 when he first saw her in Bye Bye Birdie and now includes 20,000 photographs and slides, dozens of scrapbooks and considerable correspondence between him and not only Ann-Margret herself but also her producer/manager husband, ...

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