Clara Bow: Runnin' Wild

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Bdd Promotional Book Company, 1988 - Performing Arts - 338 pages
Contrasts Clara Bow's enormous screen success with the traumatic childhood and, later, the malicious rumors she endured, and chronicles her rise to stardom and fall from grace in Hollywood

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User Review  - LauGal - LibraryThing

Abused by her parents,used by the studio,mental illness, Clara Bow went against society in her life.The "IT" girl,the flapper, she lives on in her movies.She survived despite the odds against her.A memorable woman and a memorable read.Highly recommended. Read full review

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A fascinating but at times difficult to read look at the life and history of a cinema icon as well as the early days of Hollywood. The book was very well written and incredibly detailed, the difficult ... Read full review

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