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About the Author
Larry Hagman has been married for nearly fifty years to his Swedish wife Maj. The couple met in London when Hagman was on national service at an American Air Force base. They have two children and five grandchildren and live in California. Todd Gold has collaborated with numerous celebrities to write their memoirs, including Ann-Margaret, Drew Barrymore and Sonny Bono. He is the West Coast bureau chief of Us Weekly magazine and lives in Los Angeles, California. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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As a child, I enjoyed watching Larry in "I dream of Jeannie" and then when I was 9, I was aware of Dallas and JR's part in it and wanted to watch it but wasn't always allowed to, probably being too young of course! I was gripped by the mystery surrounding the shooting of JR at the time, like many others. During a period of unemployment a couple of years ago, I watched every single episode of Dallas and movies that related to it, as I wanted to watch it with adult eyes and not miss anything. It was amazing of course, very ahead of its time with its themes and the early days were great. Larry Hagman excelled in the role of JR, even though he was clearly nothing like him in real life, which is a testament to his acting skills and ability.
This autobiography is moving, personal, witty, informative and thoroughly enjoyable to experience. It's well-written, to the point and is charming to read, charming like Larry himself. As well as being about himself, he mentions his wife, Maj, a lot in the book and it's lovely to hear about how they have been together through thick and thin for so many years. It must be so difficult for her and his children now with him being gone.
I wish I had read this book while Larry was alive, in a sense, he is alive through his book - he's had a heck of an interesting life and nobody can take that away!
Don't get me wrong, the rest of Larry's life is all well and good and made an enjoyable read but, for me and others who are too young to really remember the pre Dallas years, it's not really what you would expect.
For true Larry Hagman fans only.
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Enjoyed it during holiday. It gives a great insight in Larry Hagmans life and it's written in a entertaining style.
Can recommend it!