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Life's a Scream: Autobiography of Ingrid Pitt #2020

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  • Title: Life's a Scream: Autobiography of Ingrid Pitt
  • Author: Ingrid Pitt
  • ISBN: 9780434007622
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Life's a Scream: Autobiography of Ingrid Pitt By Ingrid Pitt, None

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    1. Ingrid Pitt survived a harrowing childhood in a concentration camp to become the embodiment of Hammer glamour in the early 1970s Even in that one line description you can see that she has than enough material for an autobiography The first section is harrowing, whilst also incredibly maintaining a childhood innocence while the second is a collection of well worn stories she must have used to pay her way on the convention circuit Ingrid tells us throughout how much she enjoys writing so I presum [...]

    2. I had the very great honour of knowing Ingrid.I was a fan before I met for the first time deff a very great fan of the warm, funny, lovely lady after I met her This book is a fascinating account of a very unusual life Full of adventure and sometimes harrowing and quite hard to read.I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading autobiographies.R.I.P Ingrid You are Missed P.S She told me once that she wanted to call this book FROM ST TO CHAMPAIGNE but was talked out of it Lol That was I [...]

    3. Despite its unfortunate brevity, this is a well written, brilliantly told autobiographical account of the Hammer beauty s childhood in a Nazi concentration camp, her doggedly determined rise to cinema stardom in at least five different languages, and finally her years with Hammer studios for which she is probably best remembered.

    4. Whenever some famous person that I find interesting passes away, I often get a desire to read up on them Although her acting career stretched across many decades, I primarily remember Ingrid Pitt as a middle aged hottie who played bad girls and vampires in 1970 s horror films Born in Poland to a German father and Polish Jewish mother, Pitt had the misfortune of spending her formative years in a Nazi concentration camp Through pluck and luck, she managed to survive the Nazis After the war, Ingrid [...]

    5. The second part of this book is standard fare for a movie star s autobiography, complete with the name dropping tales, found here, for example, in stories how Pitt played cards with John Wayne, rode motorbikes with Clint Eastwood, and practiced Karate with Elvis But it is the first part of her story that sets this apart, and what a story too A childhood coinciding with World War Two, and a Europe being consumed in madness, some of her memories are harrowing, culminating in the years in which she [...]

    6. I had the very great honour of knowing Ingrid.I was a fan before I met for the first time deff a very great fan of the warm, funny, lovely lady after I met her This book is a fascinating account of a very unusual life Full of adventure and sometimes harrowing and quite hard to read.I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading autobiographies.R.I.P Ingrid You are Missed P.S She told me once that she wanted to call this book FROM ST TO CHAMPAIGNE but was talked out of it Lol That was I [...]

    7. A large part of actress Ingrid Pitt s autobiography tells of her time spent in a Nazi concentration camp as a child This section of the book is so well written becomes so involving that I almost forgot I was reading a book about the life of an actress Pitt covers her varied career in the theatre, television film industry in less detail than I would have liked, but this is a still a very good read nonetheless.

    8. I m so glad I read this Ingrid is a great writer, her language is just so delightful and every story she tells is absolutely heart breaking or hilarious Her voice is so incredible and beautiful and I highly recommend this to those who gives a shit Lots of really good historical and political writing here.

    9. Wow An amazing and full life in two parts Although I never got to meet Ingrid personally I did work with a friend of hers for a while and spoke in the phone on the odd occasion, they d lunch when shed come to town for conventions our company even doing some work for Steffie along the way.

    10. Great autobiography from an Actress whose life was interesting than some of the movies she starred in RIP Ingrid

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