Jack Benny An Intimate Biography by Irving Fein Intro by George Burns 1976

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Jack Benny An Intimate Biography is a warm and intimate portrait of the quintessential humorist of an age --Jack Benny. When Americans heard the rasping strains of "Love in Bloom" and the first long-drawn-out, perfectly timed "Well!" they sat back and prepared to laugh at that dean of comedians Jack Benny.

Irving Fein, Jack's friend for twenty-eight years, reaches behind the persona of "the world's worst violin player" and "the stingiest man in show business" to write about Jack Benny. He describes the man: a gentle, generous, yet serious person who loved to make people laugh and who loved to laugh himself.

 Jack Benny An Intimate Biography is an excellent addition to your vintage Hollywood star collection or home library.

Condition

Jack Benny An Intimate Biography is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the wear on the dust jacket as shown in photos.

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Book dimensions:9x6x1

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