Patricia Neal: An Unquiet Life

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Index
Abbey of Regina Laudis, 319, 321–22, 328–29, 331, 332
Abingdon Opera House, 16
Academy Awards, 47, 53, 65, 93, 100, 150, 190, 193, 203, 218, 221, 232, 239, 240–41, 242, 243, 245, 247, 262, 274, 284, 289, 290, 291, 292, 298, 302, 329, 343
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, U.S.A., 330
Act of Love, 83
Act of Love: The Patricia Neal Story, 329–30
Actors Equity, 268
Actors Studio, 46, 55, 143, 155, 174, 175, 177, 179, 183, 210, 220, 221, 397n14 (chap. 14)
Adams, Cindy, 280
Adams, Maude, 20
Adams, Phyllis, 19, 178, 204, 323–24
Adcock, Charlcey, 240
Adler, Dick, 296
Adrian, Gilbert, 57
Adventures of Don Juan, 76
Affair of the Heart-Queen of Hearts Gala, 341
After All, 29
“Again,” 142
Agnes of God, 331
Aid to Adoption of Special Kids (AASK), 321
Akins, Claude, 23, 307, 310
“Albatross,” 287
Albee, Edward, 245
Albert, Eddie, 223, 247, 338
Albert, Margo, 262
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Spirit Achievement Honoree, 286
Albertson, Jack, 280–81, 283–84, 286, 287, 290, 292, 294
Alda, Robert, 194
Alexander, Jean, 255–56, 257–58, 269, 323
Alexander, Katharine, 55, 388n12 (chap. 4)
Alexandra Films, 316
Alfred Hitchcock Presents, “Lamb to the Slaughter,” 195
Alfred Knopf, 193, 210, 216
Alice in Wonderland statue, 201
Allen, Bill, 9
Allen, Sian Barbara, 308
Allen, Woody, 339
Allentuck, Max, 162
All Movie Guide, 314, 410n5 (chap. 25)
All Quiet on the Western Front (film), 322–23
All Quiet on the Western Front (Remarque, Erich Maria), 322
All the King’s Men, 93
All the Way Home, 194
Altman, Kathryn, 262
Altman, Robert, 244–45, 262, 342–43
Alton, John, 138
Alvarez, Sofia, 127
Always Leave Them Laughing, 82
American Film Institute, 124, 344, 394n14 (chap. 11), 394n12
American Graffitti, 305
American Heart Association, 278, 279
American Museum of Natural History, 190
American National Theatre and Academy, 174
American Woman: Portraits of Courage, The, 311
Amos, 335
And Came the Spring, 20
Anderson, Alex (brother-in-law), 164
Anderson, Asta Dahl (sister-in-law), 147, 156, 164, 264, 320, 342
Anderson, Judith, 18
Anderson, Lindsay, 232
Anderson, Maxwell, 45
Anderson, Milo, 52
Anderson, Robert, 329
Andrews, Dana, 135
Android Prophecy: A History of Robots in Film, The, 344

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • A Note from Kirk Douglas ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Part 1 - Actress 1
  • 1 - Beginnings 2
  • 2 - Progress 14
  • 3 - Broadway 28
  • 4 - Stock 40
  • 5 - Warner Brothers 50
  • 6 - Gary Cooper 62
  • 7 - London 74
  • 8 - Hollywood 86
  • 9 - Tinseltown 98
  • 10 - 20th Century-Fox 106
  • 11 - Purgatory 118
  • Part 2 - Survivor 131
  • 12 - New York 132
  • 13 - Roald Dahl 146
  • 14 - Marriage 158
  • 15 - England 170
  • 16 - Career 182
  • 17 - Triumph 192
  • 18 - Tempest 208
  • 19 - Tragedy 226
  • 20 - Stardom 238
  • Part 3 - Legend 251
  • 21 - Illness 252
  • 22 - Comeback 270
  • 23 - Roses 282
  • 24 - Television 300
  • 25 - Independence 312
  • 26 - Divorce 326
  • 27 - Serenity 336
  • Appendix - Career 349
  • Notes 385
  • Selected Bibliography 413
  • Index 419
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