My life in three acts
At the age of ninety, Helen Hayes, the acclaimed first lady of the American theatre, looks back on her life and her career. With wit and candor, she offers deft behind-the-scenes portraits of some of the biggest personalities in Hollywood, as well as critiques on American theatre and Hollywood today.
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|Grouping Title||my life in three acts|
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MacArthur, James, 1937-2010.
|author||Hayes, Helen, 1900-1993.|
|available_at_longmont||Longmont Public Library|
|detailed_location_longmont||Longmont Adult Nonfiction|
|display_description||Helen Hayes had been on stage, screen, and television for more than fifty years. In that time she moved among the world's most famous and talented people. She speaks with wit, wisdom, and candor on topics both public and private, offering behind-the-scenes portraits of great personalities, telling of the advice older actors gave her and how she in turn gave advice. She treats us to delightful anecdotes about Ethel Barrymore, John Ford, and Al Capone, at the same time reflecting more seriously on the painful parts of her life. Written just three years before her death and narrated by her son, James MacArthur, this is an engrossing account of a rich, productive life.|
|local_callnumber_longmont||792.028 Hayes HAY|
|owning_library_longmont||Longmont Pulblic Library|
|owning_location_longmont||Longmont Public Library|
Actors -- United States -- Biography
Actresses -- United States -- Biography
Hayes, Helen, -- 1900-1993
|title_display||My life in three acts|
My life in three acts / Helen Hayes with Katherine Hatch
My life in three acts [electronic resource] Hayes, Helen, 1900-1993.
|title_short||My life in three acts|