Jean Arthur by Jerry Vermilye
A Biofilmography

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Blonde, vivacious Jean Arthur is best remembered today for her unizue, childlike voice and for the handful of classic Thirties and Forties movies she made for directors Frank Capra and George Stevens, such as You Can't Take It With You, Mr. Smith Goes to
 

About Jerry Vermilye

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A lifetime expert on Hollywood and European movies of the golden age, Jerry Vermilye is the author of many previous books on films and theatre, among them, The Great British Films, The Complete Films of Audrey Hepburn, Ingmar Bergman:His Life and Films, Great Italian Films, The Complete Films of Lawrence Olivier, Buster Crabbe:A Biofilmography and The Boothbay Playhouse: A Professional History, 1937-1974. This approach to the genres of movie retrospective and theatrical biography maintains a fair-minded, non-judgmental style that has been called crisp, breezy and unpretentiously readable. Long a movie-listings and classical music editor for TVGuide magazine, Jerry has also enjoyed a second career as actor and stage manager in over 125 theatrical productions from Maine to Ohio.
 
Published June 7, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 164 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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