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Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour is the long‐awaited, detailed account of events that led to the mysterious death of Hollywood legend Natalie Wood off the coast of Catalina Island on November 28, 1981.
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Featuring a collection of more than two hundred photographs, this biography reveals the private life and career of the beautiful and talented actress including her films, her two marriages to Robert Wagner, and her tragic death by drowning ...
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His work as a photo editor includes the books Chaplin: Genius of the Cinema and Buster Keaton Remembered. He resides in Los Angeles, CA. Natasha Gregson Wagner has led an unorthodox career for the descendent of Hollywood royalty.
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But the story of what Natalie endured, of what her life was like when the doors of the soundstages closed, has long been obscured. Natasha is based on years of exhaustive research into Natalie's turbulent life and mysterious drowning.
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
Here is the young Natalie, from her years as a child actress at the mercy of a driven, controlling stage mother (“Make Mr. Pichel love you,” she whispered to the five-year-old Natalie before depositing her unexpectedly on the ...
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
Finstad tells this heartbreaking story with sensitivity and grace, revealing a complex and conflicting mix of fragility and strength in a woman who was swept along by forces few could have resisted.
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
An intimate portrait of the late actress by her sister discusses her life and career, stormy marriages and love affairs, friendships and personal relationships, and tragic death
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
They were Hollywood's dream couple, leading a glamorous and exciting life. From their fairy-tale courtship to Natalie's mysterious and tragic death, it was one of the most dazzling romances of our time, portrayed here in intimate detail.
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
The coroner’s initial verdict: accidental drowning. The coroner was wrong. For the first time, the real story of Natalie’s final moments can be told—and it’s every bit as monstrous as anything Hollywood scriptwriters could dream up.