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Brooklyn's Scarlett : Susan Hayward : fire in the wind

Author: Gene Arceri
Publisher: Duncan, Oklahoma : BearManor Media, [2010] ©2010
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Gene Arceri's fascination with Susan Hayward began as a teenage usher at the Roosevelt Theatre on Flushing, Long Island. New York. And began to shape itself as an idea for a book when he began hosting a talk show over at PBS radio, in San Francisco. Everytime he interviewed someone who had known Hayward he asked: What was she like?." The resulting anecdotes formed the beginning of the extensive research that went  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Susan Hayward; Susan Hayward
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gene Arceri
ISBN: 1593930283 9781593930288
OCLC Number: 734009915
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 283 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Other Titles: Susan Hayward, fire in the wind
Responsibility: Gene Arceri.

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Gene Arceri's fascination with Susan Hayward began as a teenage usher at the Roosevelt Theatre on Flushing, Long Island. New York. And began to shape itself as an idea for a book when he began hosting a talk show over at PBS radio, in San Francisco. Everytime he interviewed someone who had known Hayward he asked: What was she like?." The resulting anecdotes formed the beginning of the extensive research that went into this book. A journey that took him from Brooklyn to Atlanta, with stops everywhere, and in-between wanting face to face interviews, anywhere he could find some insight into this compelling personality. With help from Hayward's brother Walter, it ultimately brought the real person, hitherto to life.

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