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Miller's High Life by Ann Miller
ISBN: 0385034407
ISBN13: 978-0385034401
Author: Ann Miller
Book title: Miller's High Life
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Pages: 283 pages
Publisher: Doubleday; 1st edition (1972)
Language: English
Size PDF version: 1361 kb
Size ePub version: 1926 kb
Size fb2 version: 1741 kb

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I loved this book. I saw Ann Miller in Sugar Babies when I was 19 years old in New York, and again later at the Dallas Music Hall. I knew when I was watching her that she was somebody very special. Her tap dancing technique is beyond compare. Her book makes me feel like she's talking to me. I wish she would have written another memoir about her life after 1972. If somebody does, I will buy it for sure. She made it by talent and hard work just likes she states in the book.
This personal story of MGM's great dancing star, Ann Miller, was an easy read and gave a great deal of information about show business through the years and the many entertainers she has known. It tells of her life on stage, screen and in vaudeville days,as well as her marriages and divorces and daily life. Shipping was quick and arrived ahead of the probable delivery date and the book was in excellent condition as described by the seller.
This arrived on time and as described. A unique woman writes her unique story in a very unique voice! Lots of fun!
This book was a lot of fun to read. She really lived an amazing life and Im thrilled that she could share it from her babyhood until now. She's beautiful. I wish I was along for the ride with her.
Very enjoyable read.
what an artist ... a lovely woman ...
Ok readable
Ann Miller, one of the most underappreciated stars of the Golden age, tells all in this book. Focusing on her childhood and her personal life, she recounts memories with a disarming cheeky style that became her trademark. While more information about her work would have been nice, it's great to have Miller by Miller since no other real biography exists. We hear a lot about boyfriends, her fascination with spirituality, and her work as a goodwill ambassador.

Bottom Line: An excellent book by Miller, told in her trademark cheeky style. While short on professional details, it's great for private ones and shouldn't be missed by any Miller fan. (great pics, too!)
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