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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
More Than Love begins on the morning after her mother’s death in November 1981 when eleven-year-old Natasha hears the news on the radio that her mother’s body has been found off the coast of Catalina after her parents had spent the ...
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
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 ...
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
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
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.
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
This persuasive text argues for renewed appreciation of Natalie Wood by situating her enigmatic performances in the context of a transforming star industry and revolutionary, post-war sexual politics.
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
“Natasha & Natalie . . . Her Heritage, Her Life.” Biarritz, July 1980. Green, Abel. “ Bob Blumofe, OceanHopping Liaison For UA: Revolutions All the Time.” Weekly Variety, June 24, 1959. Haber, Joyce. “The Maturing of Natalie Wood.” Toledo ...
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
Cast: Ann Blyth, Farley Granger, Joan Evans, Jane Wyatt, Donald Cook, Ann Dvorak, Natalie Wood, Gus Schilling, Phyllis Kirk, Martin Milner. Producer: Samuel Goldwyn. Director: David Miller. Screenplay: F. Hugh Herbert. 93 minutes , B&W.