A LADY GOES TO HOLLYWOOD by Helen Partridge

A LADY GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Fiction venect, slightly amostiaging the experiences of the Partridge family when Country Lawyer, was bought for the screen. Their meteoric rise to the states of the monted leisure lass thorough the story of Jean and Steve Murdock, who accept, whole heartedly, the glamour of the never-never land of films, --friends, parties, customs, manners, luxuries -- riding the crest, with a few minor private con. Then the return to the recently required old Connecticut house, now in the process of being rejuvenated. Feminine angle, enthusiastically, observantly and sometime humorously told, but loosely integrated and rather naive.

Pub Date: Oct. 14th, 1941
Publisher: Macmillan