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by C. David Heymann

Free eBook Poor Little Rich Girl: The Life and Legend of Barbara Hutton download ISBN: 0818403667
Author: C. David Heymann
Publisher: Lyle Stuart; Reissue edition (September 1, 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 399
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: Professionals and Academics
Size MP3: 1989 mb
Size FLAC: 1924 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story is a 1987 television biographical drama starring Farrah Fawcett. The film chronicles the life of Barbara Hutton, a wealthy but troubled American socialite.

Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story is a 1987 television biographical drama starring Farrah Fawcett. Released as both a television movie and a miniseries, the film won a Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film. Fawcett earned her fifth Golden Globe Award nomination, for Best Actress in a Miniseries of Television Film

Poor Little Rich Girl - the Barbara Hutton Story.

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Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story. This book is loaded with information and is quite interesting. I actually had never heard of Barbara Hutton until the 1987 miniseries came out which starred Farrah Fawcett (who is pictured on the cover of the book)

Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story. I actually had never heard of Barbara Hutton until the 1987 miniseries came out which starred Farrah Fawcett (who is pictured on the cover of the book). After viewing and thoroughly enjoying the movie, I purchased the book (the movie is based on the book). I believe that seeing the movie first made it easier for me to keep track of Barbara's seven husbands and the numerous other people in her life. Her life was tragic because she didn't seem to know what she wanted, nor did she seem to appreciate what she had.

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A portrait of Barbara Hutton, who was one of the world's wealthiest women, details her glamorous and decadent lifestyle, bouts with alcoholism and anorexia, love affairs, seven marriages, dissipation of her fortune, and death, based on her personal journa. Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın. Her zamanki yerlerde hiçbir eleştiri bulamadık. Sık kullanılan terimler ve kelime öbekleri.

poor little rich girl? yes indeed!! what a wasted life

poor little rich girl? yes indeed!! what a wasted life. com User, June 7, 2007. what a wasted life!! she had all the money in the world to do something of importance with her life and she chose to do nothing! she lived in a fantasy world, it was very hard for me to feel sorry for her, all she did was travel and collect husbands!! in the other hand, the book was well. writen but is hard for me to know why anyone like this could be famous!! she was indeed a poor little rich girl. Babs is 1 of a Kind!!!! By Thriftbooks. com User, July 26, 2002

Dennis Turner (teleplay), C. David Heymann (book). This sprawling bio-pic is about Barbara Hutton, heiress to the immense Woolworth store fortune. Hutton's life took her to exotic locales like Denmark and Morocco.

Dennis Turner (teleplay), C. She was married 8 times. Cary Grant was one of her husbands. He was the only one to renounce all claims to her fortune, yet the couple were called "Cash and Cary". Nearly all of her husbands treated her poorly. A social butterfly, she was a bad mother to her only son whose death in a plane crash broke her heart.

A portrait of Barbara Hutton, who was one of the world's wealthiest women, details her glamorous and decadent lifestyle, bouts with alcoholism and anorexia, love affairs, seven marriages, dissipation of her fortune, and death, based on her personal journals
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Ichalote
This was a sad recounting of a troubled life, which is evidence that money cannot buy happiness. As heiress to the Woolworth fortune, Barbara Hutton was one of the wealthiest women in the world. She lost her mother at the age of five and didn’t ever seem to have anyone who really looked out for her. Her seven marriages ended in divorce. One of her greatest losses was the death of her only son. With the exception of Cary Grant, all her husbands apparently were only after her money, and she obliged them. In spite of her immense wealth, she looked many years older when she reached her sixties. This was no doubt due in large part to her excessive drinking, smoking and use of drugs.

She did not always behave in an exemplary manner; however, she did have some wonderful qualities, not the least of which was her generosity. Not only did she give generously to her husbands and boyfriends, but also she gave to her servants and others when she saw they were in real need.

I enjoyed reading this book and think most people who like biographies will as well.
Fohuginn
I'm about halfway through the book, but I was surprised to find out that there is a lot TO this famous woman besides her indulgences in the privileges (and travails) that go with having tons of money. She was bright, imaginative and an astute observer. A big part of the book is based on journals that she kept throughout her life, and her accounts are detailed, well-written, and hugely interesting - they provide a great commentary on the culture and the times that she lived in. And she is much more forthright about the details of her intimate relationships than I ever would have expected. She was certainly no prude! The book also includes nice photos of some of the significant people in her life - some of them. As you know, there were so many!
Jorius
While I skimmed a few parts that didn't interest me, I generally was entertained and
interested in Hutton's life. In some ways it was a fascinating escape into the land
of the waaay too rich!
Dondallon
excellent
Vijora
Excellent book very interesting I really enjoyed it
Goltizuru
very pleased
September
I enjoyed this book. She really was a "poor little rich girl". Always searching for someone to love her.
This book proves money can't buy happiness, especially when you don't earn it yourself. It's fascinating to see how the really wealthy lived, especially during that time!