New Arrivals · Television, Movies & Stage

August 14, 2018
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Captive : a mother's crusade to save her daughter from a terrifying cult

August 13, 2018
Oxenberg, Catherine, 1961- author.
xxiv, 357 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Introduction: India and me : our search for meaning -- Part 1. Losing India -- The guru and the gold sash -- Love bombing and epiphanies -- The defiant ones -- The Great Oz has spoken -- Two roads diverged -- Sex, lies, and videotape -- Human pain and bliss -- Part 2. Saving India -- Awakenings -- An intervention party -- Expians and exodus -- Gangsta moms -- Cue the flying monkeys -- The ring of fire -- Battle cry -- D-day or doomsday -- A passage to India -- Captured -- Persephone's dilemma.
Oxenberg lays bare a secretive organization that is holding her daughter hostage and details her mission to save her. In 2011, Catherine joined her daughter, India, at a leadership seminar for a new organization called NXIVM. They both thought this program might help her achieve her dream of starting her own company. But as her daughter became brainwashed by the organization's charismatic leader she joined a secret, elite "sorority" of women members who are ordered to maintain a restricted diet, recruit other women as "slaves," and are branded with their leader's initials. -- adapted from jacket

"The best year of your life" : WLW, WLW-Television.

August 7, 2018
Cincinnati, Ohio : Crosley Broadcasting Corporation, [1950]
30 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Cover title.
Copy located in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Collection has original pictorial wrappers, hole punched on the for use as a calendar.
A promotional calendar issued by the Crosley Broadcasting Corporation to promote the television personality Ruth Lyons and her program the Fifty Club. Calendar covers the year 1951 and is illustrated with photographs, drawings and portraits of Lyons and co-host Willie Thall, as well as band leader Burt Farber and his band. Also contains photographs of cast members as well as Crosley Broadcasting upper management.

The Gutfeld monologues : classic rants from The Five

August 7, 2018
Gutfeld, Greg, author.
298 pages ; 22 cm
Identity politics -- Law and order -- Hollywood -- Islamic terror -- The environment -- The campus -- The sexes.
"An interactive and annotated collection of Fox News star and New York Times bestselling author Greg Gutfeld's sharp, hilarious monologues on everything from politics to pop culture--updated with new commentary for the current day"-- Provided by publisher.

Maeve in America : essays by a girl from somewhere else

August 6, 2018
Higgins, Maeve, author.
New York, NY : Penguin Books, [2018]
245 pages ; 20 cm
Swimming against dolphins -- Rent the runway -- Pen as gun -- Call me Maeve -- Aliens of extraordinary ability -- Interactions, one man -- Stormy with the calm eyes -- Compliments girl on your kiss -- Summer isn't the same without you -- Are you my husband? -- How funny -- Small talk -- Wildflowers -- Other people's children -- The golden record.
"An essay collection about life, love, and becoming an American from comedian and podcaster Maeve Higgins"-- Provided by publisher.

Petticoat partyline : rings and ruffles, yearbook 1943

August 6, 2018
Cincinnati : Crosley Corp., 1943.
26 unnumbered pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 x 31 cm
Cover title.
Copy located in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Collection has original paper pictorial wrappers with red spiral binding.

The girl on the balcony : Olivia Hussey finds life after Romeo & Juliet

August 1, 2018
Hussey, Olivia, author.
xii, 323 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm
A rough start -- White shoes -- Under a slate-gray sky -- On the boards -- The audition -- Romeo and Juliet go to the movies -- Italy -- Cinecittà Studios -- Temper, temper -- Mrs. Mayfair and a very sick girl -- One-take Hussey -- Boobs O'Mina -- Late nights -- Was there anything between Romeo and Juliet offscreen? -- Roman holiday -- Meanwhile, back on the balcony -- Actors -- Acting -- Live, to the world -- Teenage heartbreak -- Last, but not least -- The end; now comes the work -- The tour -- Boys -- So I became a movie star -- Christopher Jones -- America -- The end of the long beginning -- Love --Vegas, Dean, and a wedding -- Homemaker -- Back to work -- Guns -- An apple and a flower -- You have to go there to come back -- My Mary and my vice -- Death on the Nile -- India -- What's my line? -- Japan with the toad -- Akira -- Long-distance love -- Up up, and away -- Let the 80s be over -- A song, a Harley, and that hair -- Reality -- Under seige -- Mother Teresa -- Cancer -- Taking a backseat -- Today.
"In 1968, Olivia Hussey became one of the most famous faces in the world, immortalized as the definitive Juliet in Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo & Juliet. Now the iconic girl on the balcony shares the ups and downs of her truly remarkable life and career ... In this candid memoir, Olivia Hussey tells her story: from being an "It Girl" in swinging 60s London and her enduring friendship with Romeo & Juliet co-star Leonard Whiting, through three tumultuous marriages, motherhood, stage-four breast cancer, debilitating agoraphobia, bankruptcy, and ultimately, a journey of self-discovery in India that led her on a path to fulfillment"--Jacket.

My life as a goddess : a memoir through (un)popular culture

July 27, 2018
Branum, Guy, 1975- author.
New York : Atria Books, 2018.
x, 274 pages ; 24 cm
"In the vein of New York Times bestsellers Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling and We Are Never Meeting in Real Life by Samantha Irby, a collection of side-splitting and illuminating essays by the popular stand-up comedian, alum of Chelsea Lately and The Mindy Project, and host of truTV's Talk Show the Game Show. From a young age, Guy Branum always felt as if he were on the outside looking in. Self-taught, introspective, and from a stiflingly boring farm town, he couldn't relate to his neighbors. While other boys played outside, he stayed indoors reading Greek mythology. And being gay and overweight, he got used to diminishing himself. But little by little, he started learning from all the sad, strange, lonely outcasts in history who had come before him, and he started to feel hope. In this collection of personal essays, Guy talks about finding a sense of belonging at Berkeley--and stirring up controversy in a newspaper column that led to a run in with the Secret Service. He recounts the pitfalls of being typecast as the "Sassy Gay Friend," and how, after taking a wrong turn in life (i.e. law school), he found standup comedy and artistic freedom. He analyzes society's calculated deprivation of personhood from fat people, and how, though it's taken him a while to accept who he is, he has learned that with a little patience and a lot of humor, self-acceptance is possible. Written with Guy's characteristic blend of wit, guile, and rumination, My Life as a Goddess is an unforgettable and deeply moving book by one of today's most endearing and galvanizing voices in comedy"-- Provided by publisher.

My diarrhe

July 26, 2018
Sings, Miranda, author.
214 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Humorous diary of YouTube personality Miranda Sings -- alter ego of comedian Colleen Ballinger -- that includes pages from Miranda's baby book, poems from her years as an emotional teen, secrets from her dating life, and stories from her rise to fame.

You're on an airplane : a self-mythologizing memoir

July 25, 2018
Posey, Parker, 1968- author.
307 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Have you ever wondered what it would be like talk to Parker Posey? On an airplane, with Parker as your seat companion, perhaps? Parker's irreverent, hilarious, and enchanting memoir gives you the incredible opportunity. Full of personal stories, whimsical how-tos, recipes, and beautiful handmade collages created by the author herself, You're On an Airplane is a delight in every way.

Open mic night in Moscow : and other stories from my search for black markets, Soviet architecture, and emotionally unavailable Russian men

July 24, 2018
Murray, Audrey, author.
New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2018]
xix, 394 pages : maps ; 24 cm
A combination of Wild and whatever Netflix series you're currently binging, this book chronicles Audrey's travels through the former Soviet Union. Audrey's keen eye and curiosity lead to fascinating trips through parts of the world that are seldom visited by Westerners. Through her trips Audrey experiences a multitude of perspectives on being a woman traveling alone, on the concept of home and the pros and cons of sleeping in a yurt.

American Theatre Wing. An oral history : 100 years, 100 voices, 100 miracles

July 24, 2018
New York, New York : The America Theatre Wing, [2018]
xiii, 267 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm
"Celebrating the 100 years of the American Theatre Wing, this book is a fascinating cornucopia of untold lore and never-before-seen photos as prismatic and unexpected as the theater itself."

Wanna bet? : a degenerate gambler's guide to living on the edge

July 17, 2018
Lange, Artie, 1967- author.
New York : St. Martin's Press, [2018]
242 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm.
When Artie Lange's first book, the #1 New York Times bestseller, Too Fat To Fish, hit the top of the charts, audiences learned what Howard Stern listeners already knew: that Artie is one of the funniest people alive. He is also an artist haunted by his fair share of demons, which overtook him in the years that followed. After a suicide attempt, a two-year struggle with depression, and years of chronic opiate addiction, Artie entered recovery and built himself back up, chronicling his struggle in brave detail in his next book and second New York Times bestseller, Crash and Burn. In his hilarious third book, the two-time bestselling author, comedian, actor, and radio icon explains the philosophy that has kept his existence boredom-free since the age of 13--the love of risk. An avid sports better and frequent card player, Lange believes that the true gambler gets high not from winning, but from the chaotic unknown of betting itself. He recounts some of his favorite moments, many of which haven't involved money at all. In this candid and entertaining memoir, he looks back at the times he's wagered the intangible and priceless things in life: his health, his career, and his relationships. The stories found in Wanna Bet? paint a portrait of a man who would just as quickly bet tens of thousands of dollars on a coin toss as he would a well thought out NBA or NFL wager. Along for the ride are colorful characters from Artie's life who live by the same creed, from a cast of childhood friends to peers like comedian and known gambler Norm McDonald. The book is a tour of a subculture where bookies and mobsters, athletes and celebrities ride the gambling roller coaster for the love of the rush. Through it all, somehow Artie has come out ahead, though he does take a few moments to imagine his life if things hadn't quite gone his way. Unrepentant and unrestrained, the book is Lange at his finest.

Blacktino queer performance

July 17, 2018
Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 2016.
573 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Introduction : Ethnoracial intimacies in Blacktino queer performance / E. Patrick Johnson and Ramón H. Rivera-Servera -- Part I : The love conjure/blues text installation / Sharon Bridgforth ; Reinventing the Black Southern Community in Sharon Bridgforth's The love conjure/blues text installation / Matt Richardson ; Interview with Sharon Bridgforth / Sandra L. Richards -- Part II : Machos / directed/developed by Coya Paz, created by Teatro Luna ; Voicing masculinity / Tamara Roberts ; Interview with Coya Paz / Patricia Ybarra -- Part III : Strange fruit : a performance about identity politics / E. Patrick Johnson ; Passing strange : E. Patrick Johnson's Strange fruit / Jennifer DeVere Brody ; Interview with E. Patrick Johnson / Bernadette Marie Calafell -- Part IV : Ah mén / Javier Cardona, translated by Andreea Micu and Ramón H. Rivera-Servera ; Homosociality and its discontents : Puerto Rican masculinities in Javier Cardona's Ah mén / Celiany Rivera-Velázquez and Beliza Torres Narváez ; Interview with Javier Cardona / Jossianna Arroyo, translated by Ramón H. Rivera-Servera -- Part V : Dancin' the down low / Jeffrey Q. McCune Jr. ; Queering Black identity and desire : Jeffrey Q. McCune Jr.'s Dancin' the down low / Lisa B. Thompson ; Interview with Jeffrey Q. McCune Jr. / John Keene -- Part VI: Cuban hustle / Cedric Brown ; Love and money : performing Black queer diasporic desire in Cuban hustle / Marlon M. Bailey ; Interview with Cedric Brown / D. Soyini Madison -- Part VII: Seens from the unexpectedness of love / Pamela Booker ; "Public intimacy" : women-loving-women as dramaturgical transgressions / Omi Osun Joni L. Jones ; Interview with Pamela Booker / Tavia Nyong'o -- Part VIII: Berserker / Paul Outlaw ; What's Nat Turner doing up in here with all these queers? Paul Outlaw's Berserker : a black gay meditation on interracial desire and disappearing blackness / Charles I. Nero ; Interview with Paul Outlaw / Vershaum Ashanti Young -- Part IX: I just love Andy Gibb : a play in one act / Charles Rice-González ; Learning to unlove Andy Gibb : race, beauty, and the erotics of Puerto Rican black queer pedagogy / Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes ; Interview with Charles Rice-González / Ramón H. Rivera-Servera.

Harry Potter. Diagon Alley : a movie scrapbook

July 10, 2018
Revenson, Jody, author.
Somerville, Massachusetss : Candlewick Press, 2018.
47 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 22 cm
"An Insights Editions book" -- Title page.
Introduction to Daigon Alley -- The leaky cauldron -- Diagon Alley -- Gringotts Wizarding Bank -- Ollivandes -- Flourish and Blotts -- Map of Diagon Alley -- Wizarding supplies -- Quality Quidditch supplies -- magical menageries -- The Daily Prophet -- Knockturn Alley -- Death Eaters in Diagon Alley -- Weasleys' wizard wheezes.
Diagon Alley is a cobblestoned shopping area for wizards and witches, and it was Harry Potters first introduction to the wizarding world. On this bustling street, seen throughout the Harry Potter films, the latest brooms are for sale, wizard authors give book signings, and young Hogwarts students acquire their school suppliescauldrons, quills, robes, wands, and brooms. This magical scrapbook takes readers on an interactive tour of Diagon Alley, from Gringotts Wizarding Bank to Ollivanders wand shop, Weasleys Wizard Wheezes, and beyond. Detailed profiles of each shop include concept illustrations, behind-the-scenes photographs, and fascinating reflections from actors and filmmakers that give readers an unprecedented inside look at the beloved wizarding location. Fans will also revisit key moments from the films, such as Harrys first visit to Ollivanders when he is selected by his wand in Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone and Harry, Ron, and Hermiones escape from Gringotts on the back of a Ukrainian Ironbelly dragon in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.

Homey don't play that! : the story of In Living Color and the black comedy revolution

July 9, 2018
Peisner, David, author.
vii, 386 pages ; 24 cm
"If you ain't helping your brother, then I'm beating your ass" -- "Keenen was always the pioneer" -- "This is the place" -- "Richard was a god, so we were just lucky to be in his orbit" -- "There's a new sheriff in town" -- "This is what they think of us" -- "I was young, black, and angry" -- "Anybody who was anybody went there" -- "We're the Black Pack, homey" -- "You can't kill this movie" -- "The bad boys of television" -- "The running joke was if your last name's not Wayans, you didn't have a shot" -- Is this okay to say?" -- "If he ain't got no jokes, I don't need him" -- "It was just this overnight sensation" -- "Until it's funny, I can't care" -- "What they thought was hip-hop, wasn't hip-hop" -- "That's the beauty of it: it's dangerous and we shouldn't be doing it" -- "We got a problem. I want the other girl" -- "Some white kid from Harvard joking about Malcolm X-Lax-- I don't think that shit is funny" -- "If you don't bring your A game, other people are happy to do it" -- "All I remember is the layer of desperation that hung in the air" -- "Jamie fucking scared me" -- "I'm better that any of these girls and you know it!" -- "We were horrible to the censors" -- "I started laughing so hard that I forgot to do my job" -- "This show isn't just a money spigot" -- "It just seemed like nothing was ever going to be funny again" -- "It was a really cold, destructive place to work" -- "They were trying to commandeer the show" -- "It was a bunch of scared people left trying to save a sinking ship" -- "We didn't land on Chris Rock. Chris Rock landed on us" -- "We were getting a sense it just wasn't working" -- "It was time to fold up the tent" -- "Does anybody say NBC has all this white programming?" -- "No matter how funny a black comic is, it doesn't mean shit unless he makes the right white man laugh" -- "How does In Living Color fare in a world of Key and Peele?" -- "It's that moment when it all ignited."
"Discover the fascinating behind-the-scenes stories and lasting impact of the trailblazing sketch comedy show that upended television, launched the careers of some of our biggest stars, and changed the way we talk, think, and laugh about race: In Living Color."--Publisher's description.

Miriam Hopkins : life and films of a Hollywood rebel

July 5, 2018
Ellenberger, Allan R., 1956- author.
Lexington, Kentucky : University Press of Kentucky, [2018]
360 pages, 48 unnumbered pages of plates ; 24 cm.
"From a fine old family" -- Broadway bound -- Billy -- Of paramount importance -- Hollywood -- "An expensive leading woman" -- The Lubitsch touch -- Sutton Place -- Goldwyn -- Tola -- West Hollywood to Burbank -- "Perfect little bitches" -- All this, Jack Warner, and Bette Davis, too -- Angels battle in Boston -- "This is pure Hopkins" -- To New York and back -- "A little off-center" -- "They are sure reds" -- "How many times can you come back?" -- The final years -- "If I had to do it over again".
"In the first comprehensive biography of this colorful performer, Allan R. Ellenberger illuminates Hopkins's fascinating life and legacy. Her freewheeling film career was exceptional in studio-era Hollywood, and she managed to establish herself as a top star at Paramount, RKO, Goldwyn, and Warner Bros. Over the course of five decades, Hopkins appeared in thirty-six films, forty stage plays, and countless radio programs. Later, she emerged as a pioneer of TV drama. Ellenberger also explores Hopkins's private life, including her relationships with such intellectuals as Theodore Dreiser, Dorothy Parker, Gertrude Stein, and Tennessee Williams" -- provided by publisher.

My seven sons and how we raised each other : they only drive me crazy 30% of the time

June 28, 2018
Diamont, Don, 1962- author.
New York : Center Street, 2018.
x, 274 pages ; 22 cm
"Soap star Don Diamont's most interesting storyline to date is being the real-life father and ringleader of his seven rambunctious boys. Don Diamont's "My seven sons and how we raised each other" is a fatherhood book for today's modern, blended family ; a dude book that doesn't shy away from an emotional body slam ; and, a giftable dad book that also functions as a love song to a magnificent mom. With humor and compassion, Don takes the readers on a rollercoaster ride from the depths and sorrow of the passing of his own father and brother, to the heights of Hollywood and global glam, to becoming a father himself and the unlikely assemblage of his blended brood. Only two of his seven sons are his biological children. Looking back on the men who raised, coached, and mentored him, Diamont speaks candidly about the powerful lessons he's learned. Looking forward, as his seven boys become men, he reflects on the manly art of fatherhood and leaves us with a winning portrait of an American family in a world where the concept of family is being redefined."-- Provided by publisher.

Alien encounters in Angel Grove

June 26, 2018
Cooper, Gabriel P.
New York, New York : Penguin Young Readers Licenses, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, [2018].
224 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes index.

Near-death experiences, and others

June 21, 2018
Gottlieb, Robert, 1931- author.
New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2018.
vi, 350 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Lives -- Letters -- Music -- Dance -- Movies -- Observing dance.
This new collection from the legendary editor Robert Gottlieb features twenty or so pieces he's written mostly for The New York Review of Books, ranging from reconsiderations of American writers such as Dorothy Parker, Thornton Wilder, Thomas Wolfe ("genius"), and James Jones, to Leonard Bernstein, Lorenz Hart, Lady Diana Cooper ("the most beautiful girl in the world"), the actor-assassin John Wilkes Booth, the scandalous movie star Mary Astor, and not-yet president Donald Trump. The writings compiled here are as varied as they are provocative: an extended probe into the world of post-death experiences; a sharp look at the biopics of transcendent figures such as Shakespeare, Molière, and Austen; a soap opera-ish movie account of an alleged affair between Chanel and Stravinsky; and a copious sampling of the dance reviews he's been writing for The New York Observer for close to twenty years.

Fail until you don't : fight, grind, repeat

June 21, 2018
Bones, Bobby, 1980- author.
New York, NY : Dey Street, an imprint of William Morrow, 2018.
viii, 257 pages ; 24 cm
Radio show host Bobby Bones delivers an inspirational and humorous collection of stories about his biggest misses in life and how he turned them into lessons and wins.

Room to dream

June 20, 2018
Lynch, David, 1946- author.
New York : Random House, 2018.
xii, 577 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
American pastoral -- The art life -- Smiling bags of death -- Spike -- The young American -- Mesmerized -- A suburban romance, only different -- Wrapped in plastic -- Finding love in Hell -- People give up and then they go down -- Next door to dark -- A shot of white lightning and a chick -- A slice of something -- The happiest of happy endings -- In the studio -- My log is turning gold.
"An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David Lynch, through his own words and those of his closest colleagues, friends, and family. In this unique hybrid of biography and memoir, David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision, and the many heartaches and struggles he's faced to bring his unorthodox projects to fruition. Lynch's lyrical, intimate, and unfiltered personal reflections riff off biographical sections written by close collaborator Kristine McKenna and based on more than one hundred new interviews with surprisingly candid ex-wives, family members, actors, agents, musicians, and colleagues in various fields who all have their own takes on what happened. Room to Dream is a landmark book that offers a onetime all-access pass into the life and mind of one of our most enigmatic and utterly original living artists."--Jacket.

Springfield confidential : jokes, secrets, and outright lies from a lifetime writing for The Simpsons

June 14, 2018
Reiss, Mike, 1959- author.
xv, 299 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
The longest-serving writer and producer for "The Simpsons" offers a humorous look at the writing and making of the legendary Fox series that has become one of the most revered artistic achievements in television history.

And then we danced : a voyage into the groove

June 13, 2018
Alford, Henry, 1962- author.
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2018.
xxi, 226 pages ; 23 cm
Social entrée -- Politics -- Rebellion -- Emotion and release -- Pure physicality -- Religion -- Nostalgia -- Intimacy and socializing -- Healing -- Epilogue.
"Tackling a wide range of forms (including ballet, hip-hop, jazz, ballroom, tap, contact improvisation, Zumba, swing), this grand tour takes us through the works and careers of luminaries ranging from Bob Fosse to George Balanchine, Twyla Tharp to Arthur Murray. Rich in insight and humor, Alford mines both personal experience and fascinating cultural history to offer a witty and ultimately moving portrait of how dance can express all things human"-- Provided by publisher.

The electric woman : a memoir in death-defying acts

June 12, 2018
Fontaine, Tessa, author.
x, 366 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Prologue: The trick is there is no trick -- The architecture of a wave -- The snake charmer -- Human history -- Open the gates -- The dragon -- Snickers T. Clown -- Cake -- Hair ingredients -- Let's us have fun -- The moon is apple pie -- The softest skin of anyone in the entire world -- Daughters -- Mud -- And the low sky opens -- The departure -- Emergency -- Fresh meat -- The Titanic was child's play -- Monsters -- Premium footlong corn dogs -- Where your name is writ -- Cash money -- Wildewoman -- The sword swallower -- The animal undone -- Sounds past the noises -- Behind the night's dress -- Christmas fish -- Dr. Frankenstein's hushed blood love song -- Normalaphobia -- Invisibilia -- Bloodlust -- The heroes -- Electricity -- By ship into the sea -- Twinklers -- The great reveal -- Out of the mist -- Epilogue: Where you will float electric.
"Follows the author on a life-affirming journey of loss and self-discovery through her time on the road with the last traveling American sideshow and her relationship with an adventurous, spirited mother"

My girls : a lifetime with Carrie and Debbie

June 11, 2018
Fisher, Todd 1958- author.
x, 388 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Introduction -- 813 Greenway Drive -- The good life -- Ignorance is bliss -- Time of my life -- 154 East 74th Street -- The trouble with Harry -- Innocents abroad -- Cultural exchange -- 619 Oakhurst Drive -- The wrong girl -- For better or for worse -- Woman of the year -- True colors -- Wandering in the desert -- Double life -- Exodus -- What's a Pigeon Forge? -- The end of the rainbow -- Bright lights -- Full circle -- Good-bye, dear -- Epilogue.
In December 2016, the world was shaken by the sudden deaths of Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds, occurring less than 24 hours apart. Debbie's only remaining child, Todd Fisher, somehow retained his grace and composure under the glare of the media spotlight as he struggled with his own overwhelming grief. In My girls, Todd shares his heart and his memories of Debbie and Carrie with deeply personal stories from his earliest years to those last unfathomable days.


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