Prince, the Showgirl and Me: The Colin Clark Diaries

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In 1956, fresh from Eton, Oxford University and the RAF, the 23-yerar-old Colin Clark - with the help of his father, Kenneth - got his first job working as a humble "gofer" on the film of "The Prince and the Showgirl". From his lowly, but in some ways privileged position, Colin Clark was to see it all first hand. Monroe's self-confidence was continually undermined by her chronic inability to learn even the simplest lines (one scene had to be shot 29 times), and Olivier's increasing exasperation with his co-star's ...

Prince, the Showgirl and Me: The Colin Clark Diaries 1996, HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780006387107

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Prince, the Showgirl and Me: The Colin Clark Diaries 1995, HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780002556422

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