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This time together : laughter and reflection

This time together : laughter and reflection

Author: Carol Burnett
Publisher: New York : Harmony Books, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
Summary:
In engaging anecdotes, Carol discusses her remarkable friendships with stars such at Jimmy Stewart, Lucille Ball, Cary Grant, and Julie Andrews; her television show that won twenty-five Emmys in its remarkable eleven-year run; and the sorrows that she overcame with her irresistible humor.
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Genre/Form: Autobiography
Autobiographie
Autobiographies
Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Carol Burnett; Carol Burnett; Carol Burnett; Carol Burnett, Schauspielerin.
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Burnett
ISBN: 9780307461186 0307461181
OCLC Number: 436029969
Description: xiv, 267 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Jimmy Stewart --
Early days in Hollywood --
Tweety, Mama, and Chris --
Alfred Hitchcock and the epaulets --
Remembering the early days in New York --
Stretching pennies --
The dress --
One rainy night --
The rehearsal club revue --
John Foster Dulles and the Blue Angel nightclub --
"Once Upon a Mattress" and George Abbott --
Rumplemayer's and the mean hostess --
Garry Moore's variety show --
My dog Bruce and the office --
Walking alone at night in New York City --
Nanny and the auditions --
Nanny's visit to New York --
Aunt Iney --
Viewer discretion advised --
Fans --
Lunchtime at the turkey farm --
Tarzan and Bergdorf Goodman --
John Steinbeck and the twenty-fourth floor --
CBS vs. my variety show --
Our rep players --
Vicki Lawrence --
Harvey Korman --
Lyle Waggoner --
Tim Conway --
Conway's cancellation --
Australia --
Bob Mackie --
Jim Nabors --
Talking to the audience --
The writers' room --
Cary Grant --
Carey, Harvey, and Tim at the racetrack --
Adrienne Lenore Weingardt --
Carol Channing and food for thought --
Lucy --
Lucy, Zero, and Carol + 2 --
Dinner with Lucy at the farmers' market --
Jody and Ray Charles --
Erin and diplomacy --
My chum Julie Andrews --
A very bad hair day --
Julie, Mike Nichols, and the lady in the elevator --
Laurence Olivier --
Walter Matthau --
"The Front Page" and mea culpa --
Restaurant reservations --
"All My Children" --
Keeping up with Pine Valley while in Europe --
Joan Crawford --
How not to make small talk with royalty --
Stanwyck and the leprechaun --
A girl named Kathy --
The end of the run --
"Annie" and John Huston --
Turbulence --
Living in a high-rise all alone --
Body by Jake --
Dating --
Marlon Brando --
Mr. Computer --
Beverly Sills --
Questions and answers on the road --
Brian --
Pets --
Hal Prince, "Hollywood Arms," Carrie --
Obituary --
Carrie and the fib --
What's next?
Responsibility: by Carol Burnett.

Abstract:

In engaging anecdotes, Carol discusses her remarkable friendships with stars such at Jimmy Stewart, Lucille Ball, Cary Grant, and Julie Andrews; her television show that won twenty-five Emmys in its remarkable eleven-year run; and the sorrows that she overcame with her irresistible humor.
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you'll laugh out loud

by bstar1019 (WorldCat user published 2010-04-21) Excellent Permalink

I highly recommend this book, especially if you need a good laugh. There's something funny in almost every chapter. My favorite story was the phone call from Marlon Brando.

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