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The Making of The African Queen
The Making of The African Queen
Author: Katherine Hepburn
Those who have seen Katharine Hepburn in the film classic will enjoy her pungent recollection. Hepburn's characteristically elliptical, abrupt style enlivens memories of John Huston, Humphrey Bogart, and "Betty" Bacall as well as the calamities and joys of making a film in the African jungle. The photos of the Queen plus launch-with-cameras, the...  more »
ISBN: 4956
Pages: 129
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"[Anyone] who has seen Katharine Hepburn in the film classic will enjoy her pungent recollection. Hepburn's characteristically elliptical, abrupt style enlivens memories of John Huston, Humphrey Bogart, and `Betty'' Bacall as well as the calamities and joys of making a film in the African jungle. The photos of the Queen plus launch-with-cameras, the camp of mud floors and thatched huts, the dressing room (a mirror propped against a tree)are profuse and captioned with more of the Hepburn dry wit and in sight. Read for the author, the subject, the photos, or all three; this one is a gem."
Sally Bates, Houston Pub . Lib .


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