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|Named Person:||Fred MacMurray; Fred MacMurray|
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|Notes:||"With a foreword by Don Grady"--Cover.|
|Description:||390 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Small-town boy makes good --
Paramount leading man --
Highest paid actor in Hollywood --
"A pair of cobras in action" --
Double Indemnity --
Leaving Paramount, Fox trilogy, and career doldrums --
A new life --
Career resurrection --
"The MacMurray System" --
The Disney years --
My Three Sons, Part 2 --
Twilight of a saxophone player --
Feature films of Fred MacMurray --
Fred MacMurray on the radio --
My Three Sons episode guide --
Selected television appearances.
By Charles Tranberg This book is based on many interviews with such MacMurray friends and co-stars as Don Grady (who also wrote the foreword), Tommy Kirk, Beverly Garland, Jane Wyman, Arlene Dahl, Joan Leslie, Director Gene Reynolds and many more. It covers MacMurray's life from his boyhood in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin to his years as one of the most celebrated and durable of Hollywood stars. This is the first biography of the star of "My Three Sons" and such classic filmas as "Double Indemnity", "Hands Across the Table", "Murder, He Says," "The Caine Mutiny", "The Absent-Minded Professor" and "The Apartment."