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Helpful votes received on reviews: 57% (4 of 7)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 20,975 - Total Helpful Votes: 4 of 7
And Jerry Mathers As The Beaver by Jerry Mathers
This book will leave you disillusioned as the real Jerry Mathers is nothing like the sweet lovable boy that he portrayed in "Leave It To Beaver". Throughout the book, Jerry Mathers keeps tooting his own horn (he was after all, the BIG STAR of the show), everyone loved him and girls were always throwing themselves at his feet. He portrays himself as the victim....all those failed marriages were not his fault.

I was disappointed that the book did not have more on the other cast members which we knew and loved.

In conclusion where and what is Jerry Mathers to-day? .........a washed up "HAS BEEN" who is still living in the past and basking in those glory… Read more
That Girl and Phil: An Insider Tells What Life Is &hellip by Desmond Atholl
The book was well written, enjoyable and an eye-opener....people are not always as we perceive them to be. That sweet but outspoken Ann Marie of "That Girl" is nothing like the real Marlo Thomas. The real Marlo grew up as a spoiled princess and remained as such the rest of her life. The book reveals Marlo's unladylike behavior and her use of crude language, her having many temper tantrums and that she is a selfish spoiled bitch. Presently I am turned off of the "That Girl" series and am feeling very sorry for Phil Donahue.
Spencers Mountain [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Henry Fonda
Spencers Mountain [Import] DVD ~ Henry Fonda
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Movie ,But..., April 18 2014
The movie Spencer's Mountain was based on the novel with the same name which was writen by Earl Hamner Jr. Ihave always been a big fan of the TV series, "The Waltons", inspired by the same novel. I purchased the earlier production, starring Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara.to compare it to "The Walton ". I liked Henry Fonda in it but felt that Maureen O'Hara looked too glamorous for her role and the eldest son looked thirty five and too old to be in high-school.