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Cover of: Travolta to Keaton by Rex Reed
About the Book

From John Travolta's haunting memories of Diana Hyland ("when she died I felt like I lost my center. I haven't found anyone like her since") to Diane Keaton's relationship with Woody Allen ("we're beyond getting involved again and beyond hurting each other... He's my closest and dearest friend"), here are the innermost thoughts of today's leading stars as only Rex Reed can elicit them.

Whether it is Fred Zinnemann assessing Lillian Hellman ("absurd") and Jane Fonda ("domineering") or Marthe Keller revealing why she likes men like Al Pacino ("I fall for their talent and energy, not their faces"), normally reticent stars and directors find themselves telling Rex Reed much more than they planned to tell. Geraldine Page says that Tennessee Williams is now "influenced by idiots," Candice Bergen bemoans her flat chest, Jon Voight tells how his career fell apart, and Goldie Hawn explains her go-go-girl past in this candid book by the best-selling author of Do You Sleep in the Nude?

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2 editions First published in 1979

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Cover of: Travolta to Keaton
1979, Morrow
Travolta to Keaton
Hardcover in English - 1st ed.
Cover of: Travolta to Keaton
1979, Morrow
Travolta to Keaton
in English - 1st ed.

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