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Change Lobsters and Dance

4.09 of 5 stars 4.09  ·  rating details  ·  43 ratings  ·  5 reviews
"This is an involving, personal story, as only Lilli could write, about her full and fascinating life. The talent, charm and intelligence that have won her international acclaim shine through. But most of all, she displays that rare ability - to look at herself objectively. And it makes us love her all the more." -- Joan Crawford. 42 black and white photographs.
Published October 1st 1979 by Warner Books (first published 1975)
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Ah, Lilli Palmer.

I wanted to read this memoir because I fell in love with Lilli Palmer's face a little when I watched Mädchen in Uniform. Who was this woman whose countenance, with every change of the camera angle, shifted between a resemblance of Lucille Ball, Audrey Hepburn, and Julie Andrews? Who was this actress whose presence -- somehow both youthful and regal -- was so commanding that I was holding my breath whenever she was onscreen?

Unfortunately, Lilli Palmer's memoir isn't nearly as e
Ashley Lindsay
Intelligent, highly amusing and fascinating. A life and woman worth reading about.
It is an autobiography from an interesting, inspiring and strong woman....I loved to read is one of my Alltime-Faves!
I always liked Lilli Palmer as an actress and found her autobiography to be fascinating, especially her marriage to Rex Harrison.
Lilli Palmer has a wonderful voice for storytelling! A great read.
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