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This book is probably one of the best books written on the subject of CLARA BOW ( ). I just finished reading this book and loved it. The author goes in great detail regarding the life of Clara,- from the time she was born, to the time of her death. This item: Clara Bow: Runnin' Wild.
David Stenn captures her legendary rise to stardom and fall from grace, her success marred by studio exploitation and . Hollywood's first sex symbol, the ' It ' girl, Clara Bow was born in the slums of Brooklyn in a family plagued with alcoholism and insanity.
David Stenn captures her legendary rise to stardom and fall from grace, her success marred by studio exploitation and sexual scandals. She catapulted to fame after winning Motion Picture magazine's 1921 " Fame and Fortune" contest. The greatest box-office draw of her day-she once received 45,000 fan letters in a single month, Clara Bow's on screen vitality and allure that beguiled thousands, however, would be her undoing off-camera.
And oh, was I pleased! I was trransported into Clara's life and her history was right there before my eyes.
I had seen several of Clara Bow's films and the TCM documentary before reading David Stenn's book, so I knew .
I had seen several of Clara Bow's films and the TCM documentary before reading David Stenn's book, so I knew something about Clara and had forgotten some things as well.
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Clara Bow: Running Wild. London: Ebury Press, 1989. Stern, Robert . Gregory Gilmartin, and Thomas Mellins. New York 1930: Architecture and Urbanism Between the Two World Wars. New York: Rizzoli, 1994. Our Times: The United States, 1900–1925 (6 vols. London: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1935.
Bow remembered: "All this time I was 'running wild', I guess, in the sense of trying to have a good time.
According to Bow's biographer, David Stenn, Bow was raped by her father at age sixteen while her mother was institutionalized. On January 5, 1923, Sarah died at the age of 43 from her epilepsy . Bow remembered: "All this time I was 'running wild', I guess, in the sense of trying to have a good time. maybe this was a good thing, because I suppose a lot of that excitement, that joy of life, got onto the screen.
Clara Bow in boat with parasol & pillows in Mantrap, 1941 reprint. Typed on reverse: APR 8 1941 25 YEARS OF MOVIE MADCAPS Sensation of the early nineteen-thirties, when the world really needed to laugh, was Clara Bow, the Brooklyn bonfire. Classic Hollywood Old Hollywood Hollywood Actresses Clara Bow Jazz Age Gatsby Silent Film Vintage Pictures 1920s. Clara Bow. What others are saying. Clara Bow, the original it girl, with a beautiful art deco jumper. The Wild Party, 1929.
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