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Betty White : The First 90 Years
by Andrew Stoner


Overview - This book takes a fan-based look at one of America's most loved and most endearing stars and if the first nine decades of her life are any indication there is a lot of fun still to come. Look inside and roam Betty's roles from her snarky, unforgettable appearances as Sue Ann Nivens on the ground-breaking Mary Tyler Moore Show to her naive air-head Rose Nylund, one fourth of the mega-hit sitcom, The Golden Girls.  Read more...

 
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Overview
This book takes a fan-based look at one of America's most loved and most endearing stars and if the first nine decades of her life are any indication there is a lot of fun still to come. Look inside and roam Betty's roles from her snarky, unforgettable appearances as Sue Ann Nivens on the ground-breaking Mary Tyler Moore Show to her naive air-head Rose Nylund, one fourth of the mega-hit sitcom, The Golden Girls. A whole new generation of fans know Betty only from her appearances on Saturday Night Live, Boston Legal, Hot in Cleveland, or her scene-stealing ways on the big screen, including Lake Placid and The Proposal. Betty Whites career spans from the very start of television to the phenomena now known as social media. Inside you will find all the facts you would ever want to have to stump some of her younger fans who think they have just discovered Betty. Mixed in with the significant accomplishments of this TV pioneer are a lot of laughs and fun memories from her literally thousands of hours of TV appearances. Whether it is Sue Ann Nivens how to get the man advice, to one of Rose Nylunds St Olaf stories, you will enjoy spending time with the last of America's truly Golden Girls


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  • ISBN-13: 9781935628231
  • ISBN-10: 1935628232
  • Publisher: Blue River Press
  • Publish Date: December 2012
  • Page Count: 195
  • Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.7 pounds


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