In 2012, beloved screen star Ann Rutherford, Scarlett's youngest sister in Gone With the Wind, passed away. But fortunately — not her stories. The year before her death, Miss Rutherford invited author Phillip Done to her Beverly Hills home where she shared decades of heartening memories from her fascinating life in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Like a scene out of Sunset Boulevard, Done wrote it down in this masterful tribute and shrewdly crafted memoir. With never-before-seen photographs from Miss Rutherford's private collection, The Charms of Miss O'Hara takes readers on a guided tour through Ann Rutherford's rich career, including such roles as Polly Benedict in the Andy Hardy pictures, Lydia in Pride and Prejudice, and Carreen in Gone With the Wind. Oft told in Miss Rutherford's sharp and engaging voice, readers will discover delicious behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes about Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Olivia de Havilland, Lana Turner, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Ava Gardner, Debbie Reynolds, David Selznick, Louis B. Mayer, and many others. Much more than a celebrity memoir, The Charms of Miss O'Hara will delight Gone With the Wind fans and classic movie buffs with valuable life lessons from a movie star.Über den Autor:
Award-winning teacher Phillip Done is the author of 32 Third Graders and One Class Bunny: Life Lessons from Teaching and Close Encounters of the Third Grade Kind: Thoughts on Teacherhood. He currently lives and teaches in Budapest, Hungary. Visit him at www.anamericaninbudapest.com or www.phillipdone.org.
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