Grace Kelly: A Life in Pictures

Yann-Brice Dherbier, Pierre-Henri Verlhac
Pavilion, 2007 - 206 pàgines

Grace Kelly--whose cool, blond beauty defined the aloof sexiness of the classic Hitchcock heroine--left a lasting impression on Hollywood and the world. Although her career was brief, she lit up the screen in films like High Society, Rear Window, and The Country Girl, for which she won an Oscar. She was not only a fine actress, great beauty, and icon of American style, but she was also a passionate philanthropist, known for her generosity and kindness. This ambitious photographic biography with 160 images shows it all--capturing the early years, film career, royal marriage, and private life of this remarkable woman. Handwritten documents and famous quotes on and from Grace Kelly complement this impressive iconographic research.

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Actress Grace Kelly enjoyed one of the most dramatic ascents in the history of American motion pictures. Born into a wealthy Philadelphia family, she made her debut in a small, local playhouse in 1949 ... Llegeix la ressenya completa

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Sobre l'autor (2007)

Pierre-Henri Verlhac became an author and publisher after a career on both sides of the Atlantic as a media banker. Co-creator of the Life in Pictures series--and author of volumes on Paul Newman, Pope John Paul II, Clint Eastwood, and the Kennedys--he is also a classical music photographer. He lives in Paris.

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