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Patty Duke

a bio-bibliography

by Stephen L. Eberly

  • 39 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Greenwood Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Duke, Patty, 1946-,
  • Duke, Patty, 1946- -- Bibliography.,
  • Duke, Patty, 1946- -- Discography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStephen L. Eberly.
    SeriesBio-bibliographies in the performing arts,, no. 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN2287.D83 E24 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination88 p., [36] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2406332M
    ISBN 100313256756
    LC Control Number87037565

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    About Brilliant Madness. In her revealing bestseller Call Me Anna, Patty Duke shared her long-kept secret: the talented, Oscar-winning actress who won our hearts on The Patty Duke Show was suffering from a serious-but-treatable-mental illness called manic depression. For nearly twenty years, until she was correctly diagnosed at age thirty-five, she careened between periods of extreme euphoria. The Patty Duke Show is an American sitcom that ran on ABC from Septem , to Ap , with reruns airing through August The show was created as a vehicle for rising star Patty Duke. black-and-white episodes were produced, of them airing over three episodes were written by either Sidney Sheldon or William Asher, the show's of episodes: + unaired pilot (list of episodes).

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Patty Duke by Stephen L. Eberly Download PDF EPUB FB2

Patty Duke was one of the most talented actresses I ever worked with. Her first hand account of anecdotes on her Hollywood career is a must read. This book is both fascinating and touching. Actor Tab Hunter.

I so enjoyed hearing Anna’s (Patty’s) voice in these prose. I adored her as an actress. Now in A Brilliant Madness Patty Duke joins with medical reporter Gloria Hochman to shed light on this powerful, paradoxical, and destructive illness.

From what it's like to live with manic-depressive disorder to the latest findings on its most effective treatments, this compassionate and eloquent book provides profound insight into the /5().

this is a book about the life and career of patty duke from an award winning child actress, to her Patty Duke book as an adult, her career, her marriages, her relationships with such people as desi arnez jr, her relationships with her children, and finally her diagnoses with and ongoing battle /5.

I really enjoyed this book. I am a generation behind Patty Duke, but still found this book inspiring and relevant. I remember when I was younger hearing all kinds of tabloid type gossip about Pattie (that she was an alcoholic, drug addict etc.).Cited by: 1.

about the book In lateWilliam J. Jankowski approached his friend, Oscar-winning legend Patty Duke, about writing a book together about her career. He Patty Duke book her that some of the captivating stories she had been telling him for nearly twenty years should be written down and preserved.

Having read Patty Duke's book, Call Me Anna, I wanted to read this one, which focuses on her diagnosis of and treatment for bipolar disorder, which was then referred to as manic-depressive illness.

The book's chapters alternate between Patty's account of dealing with the illness and information about the disorder, written by Gloria Hochman/5. Patty Duke shares memories of Sharon Tate, Lucille Ball. Former child star and Oscar-winning actress Patty Duke shares stories about her time Author: Stephanie Nolasco.

Patty Duke wrote this book in long before it was fashionable to "tell all" like today's throwaway "stars" do. Like millions of Americans, Patty Duke has always been one of my most cherished TV actresses because her talent is so deep and thought-provoking.5/5(5).

When Patty Duke – born Anna Marie – decided to write a book about her life, she knew that the story would come as a shock to millions of people who thought they already knew her. That’s because she grew up in the public eye, with a camera always watching; a child-star-turned-celebrity who quickly amazed her audiences, leading them to take.

Patty Duke, (Anna Marie Duke; Patty Duke Astin; Anna Pearce), American actress (born Dec. 14,Elmhurst, N.Y.—died MaCoeur d’Alene, Idaho), won an Academy Award for best supporting actress in for her powerful performance as the deaf and blind Helen Keller, who is taught to communicate by her teacher, Annie Sullivan (portrayed by best actress recipient Anne.

Patty Duke (–) was a true show business legend whose career spanned six decades. Her Oscar win for her role as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker made her, at the time, the youngest Academy Award also entered the history books as the youngest person to have a show bearing her full name, with The Patty Duke Show, on which she played genetically Brand: Random House Publishing Group.

The Patty Duke Show was an American sitcom that ran on ABC from Septemto Apwith reruns airing through August The show was created as a vehicle for rising star Patty Duke. There were episodes produced, of which of them aired over three : Zack Walkter.

Duke grew up in the public eye, playing Helen Keller in the stage and screen versions of The Miracle Worker. Later she starred in her own TV sitcom, The Patty Duke Show.

Originally broadcast in. Patty Duke passed away on Ma at the age of The obituary was featured in Legacy on Ma Born: The Triumph-- Call Me Anna is an American success story that grew out of a bizarre and desperate struggle for survival.

A harrowing, ultimately triumphant story told by Patty Duke herself--wife, mother, political activist, President of the Screen Actors Guild, and at last, a /5(6).

Patty Duke. Patty Duke () was a true show business legend whose career spanned six decades. Her Oscar win for her role as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker made her, at the time, the youngest Academy Award winner.

Patty Duke was an Oscar-winning actress, a ferocious mental health advocate, a mother, a stepmother, a grandmother, and a loving wife. She died on Author: Jen Mcguire. 1 of 5 bipolar memiors I will be doing reviews on. Negotiation Skills: Former FBI Negotiator Chris Voss At The Australia Real Estate Conference - Duration: The Black Swan Group Recommended.

So as a child in the late ‘80s, Jankowski feasted on old episodes of The Patty Duke Show. He watched other projects of hers, including The Miracle Worker. Twenty years ago, the year-old Jankowski found Duke’s contact information in a book at Barnes & Noble, and wrote her a letter in which he included his email : Jennifer Peacock.

Call Me Anna by Patty Duke and Kenneth Turan is the story of Patty Duke's life. Patty began her life as Anna Marie Duke, the youngest child of John Patrick and Frances Duke. Patty's brother, Ray became an actor and Patty followed suit, becoming one of the most beloved young actors of the sixties.

- Call Me Anna: the Autobiography of Patty Duke by Duke, Patty. You Searched For: Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes.

May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.Anna Marie "Patty" Duke (Decem – Ma ) was an American stage, television and movie was born in Manhattan, New York City. Duke was married to actor John Astin and had two children; Mackenzie Astin and Sean Astin. Inat Duke won the Academy Award for "Best Actress in a Supporting Role" for playing Helen Keller in The Miracle : Anna Marie Duke, Decem.

Patty Duke, the iconic Oscar-winning actress, passed away today at She won awards on the big and small screen and was a passionate advocate for mental health issues.