5 edition of Stanwyck found in the catalog.
Jane Ellen Wayne
Originally published, New York , Arbor House, 1985.
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At the heart of the book, Stanwyck herself--her strengths, her fears, her desires--how she made use of the darkness in her soul, keeping it at bay in her private life, transforming herself from shunned outsider into one of Hollywood's--and America's--most revered screen actresses. Written with full access to Stanwyck's family, friends. Victoria Wilson is a vice president and senior editor at Alfred Knopf. She grew up on Martha’s Vineyard and lives in New York City and upstate New York. She is at work on the concluding volume of A Life of Barbara Stanwyck, –/5(4).
Madsen delivers the first portrait of film legend Barbara Stanwyck--the extraordinary story of a life that began on the streets of Brooklyn and rose to Hollywood in the Golden Age. Behind the glamorous facade of this notoriously private star are tales of two tragic marriages, backstage dramas during filming, and more. page photo insert.3/5(2). BARBARA STANWYCK Barbara Stanwyck signs an index card in teal ink. Signature: "Barbara Stanwyck", 5x3 index card. Orphaned at four and a Ziegfeld chorus girl at 15, Barbara Stanwyck () was a Broadway star by the late s. Moving to Hollywood after , she was often cast as a tough-minded working girl who rarely met a happy ending.
A Life of Barbara Stanwyck will unquestionably remain the biography of record; beyond Wilson's excavation of so much that would otherwise have been lost, her book has a deep sensitivity to the seriousness and subtlety of Stanwyck's craft. This is the biography not of a Hollywood phenomenon but of a serious artist."/5(). Buy a cheap copy of Stanwyck book by Axel Madsen. Reveals the complex, lonely woman behind the screen star's imperturbable facade, examining her Dickensian childhood, her turbulent first marriage, her estrangement Free shipping over $/5(1).
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The book, Staring Miss Barbara Stanwyck, is a winner just like the Lady herself. A great read, great about the golden years in film and her years on the Stanwyck book screen.
If you have a chance, this is a must read, just as Miss Stanwyck is a must watch when they have her work on TV.4/4(21). The book contains rumors of which Hollywood star was having an affair with another, which frankly doesn't matter 80 years later.
Madsen also gives short shrift (under 4 Stanwyck book to the 4 years Madsen dwells too much on the doomed marriage Stanwyck had with the abusive Frank Fey and speculates too much on the reasons her later marriage with Robert /5.
The phrases “long awaited” and “groundbreaking” are often cast around rather too loosely in book publishing, but for once they apply with perfect truth to Victoria Wilson’s A Life of Barbara Stanwyck: Steel True,the first volume of her remarkable biography of the brilliant, enigmatic and complex actress whose life spanned Cited by: 2.
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“Stanwyck was slim, and remained so over her career. Regardless of the obligations and pressures regarding size and shape for women in Hollywood, or her own needs and desires as an actress and a person, or the occasions within the films that show off her body, Stanwyck rarely advertises a superficial fantasy of feminine appearance.
Stanwyck never wrote an autobiography, and before Victoria Wilson’s book came to life, there wasn’t a serious in-depth Barbara Stanwyck bio.
However, Wilson’s book is only Part 1, and only covers until when Barbara was 33 years old, we are still waiting for Part. A compelling portrait of one of Hollywood’s most invincible women, the late Barbara Stanwyck. A most unusual movie star, Stanwyck was an actress of considerable and neglected talent who elevated every role she had, a woman whose personal life matched the rocky road of her career/5(7).
In the book Encyclopedia of Gay and Lesbian Popular Culture, Luca Prono notes that in the s, s and even into the s, Stanwyck was Author: Andrew Belonsky. A Life of Barbara Stanwyck will unquestionably remain the biography of record; beyond Wilson’s excavation of so much that would otherwise have been lost, her book has a deep sensitivity to the seriousness and subtlety of Stanwyck’s craft.
This is the biography not of a Hollywood phenomenon but of a serious artist.”Released on: Novem Barbara Stanwyck. 1, likes 16 talking about this.
A fan page for the absolute queen, Barbara Stanwyck. Content (images & videos) are not my own unless specified.5/5. The first posthumous Stanwyck biography—a brisk, gossipy volume by Axel Madsen—appeared four years later; Wilson’s book joins two others published in the last : Michelle Orange.
Now Victoria Wilson gives the first full-scale life of Barbara Stanwyck, whose astonishing career in movies (88 in all) spanned four decades beginning with the coming of sound, and lasted in television from its infancy in the ’s through the ’s—a book that delves deeply into her.
Barbara Stanwyck. 20K likes. "The greatest emotional actress the screen has yet known" - Frank CapraFollowers: 20K. Barbara Stanwyck () rose from the ranks of chorus girl to become one of Hollywood's most talented leading women-and America's highest paid woman in the mids. Shuttled among foster homes as a child, she took a number of low /5(2).
In Part I of the Stanwyck book, it's evident that Stanwyck clearly married for love in both instances; there will be more information in volume II, and, knowing how hard Ms. Wilson worked on this book, I think we will be able to trust it. Chandler7514 May (UTC) Gay Icon Project.
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Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wayne, Jane Ellen. Stanwyck. New York: Arbor House, © (OCoLC) Barbara Stanwyck thrilled millions in scene after scene, picture after picture, over a six-decade career that took her from an impoverished childhood in the streets of Brooklyn to the pinnacle of Golden Age Hollywood.
At one tough and vulnerable, straight-talking but emotionally elusive, she electrified every production in which she appeared, from Hollywood B-Flicks to such classics as Stella. Now, Victoria Wilson gives us the first full-scale life of Barbara Stanwyck, whose astonishing career in movies (eighty-eight in all) spanned four decades beginning with the coming of sound, and lasted in television from its infancy in the s through the s--a book that delves deeply into her rich, complex life and explores her.
Or books, I should say, for this full-dress treatment is not for the fainthearted: “A Life of Barbara Stanwyck: Steel-True ,” at pages of text (notes, index and appendices bring Author: Molly Haskell.
Meanwhile, in her book, The Life and Loves of Barbara Stanwyck, author Jane Ellen Wayne suggests Stanwyck was "most likely bisexual" Author: Derek de Koff.Barbara Stanwyck, American motion-picture and television actress who played a wide variety of roles in more than 80 films but was best in dramatic parts as a strong-willed, independent woman of complex character.
Her best-known movies included Stella Dallas () and Double Indemnity (). I read the terrific Stanwyck bio A Life of Barbara Stanwyck: Steel-True,by Victoria Wilson when it came out five years ago.I had already kind forgotten about Stanwyck and Fay adopting a boy in the five years since I read it.
As I recall, Remember the Night is the last film discussed in the book and she'd been married to Robert Taylor for about a year at the book's end.