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Author: William Hegner,Stella Stevens
ISBN13: 978-0812580051
Title: Razzle Dazzle
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Language: English
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Publisher: Forge Books; 1st edition (December 15, 2001)

Razzle Dazzle by William Hegner,Stella Stevens

Stella Stevens (Author), William Hegner (Author). From Library Journal. It was a great book for those who love Stella. She was quite a bombshell and the book takes you there and keeps you there all through out it. Fun reading.

by Stevens, Stella, 1936-; Hegner, William. Publication date 1999. Publisher New York : Forge. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. A Tom Doherty Associates book.

He is driven to and damned to immortality. He is driven to and damned to immortality.

Stella Stevens; William Hegner. Stella Stevens jump-started her career by posing as Playboy's centerfold in January 1960, a controversial move. At the time she was starring as Appassionata Von Climax in the comedy-musical, Li'l Abner. She acted in films with Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Debbie Reynolds, and Robert Wagner in the early days. She went on to star with Rosalind Russell, Shelly Winters, Robert Mitchum, Tim Conway, and many other greats. Now with a recurring role as Jake on General Hospital, Stella resides in Beverly Hills, California. William Hegner is the author.

Razzle Dazzle is a parallel universe to the way we were during the dazzling decades of the 60's, 70's, and 80's.

Stella Stevens, William Hegner. RAZZLE DAZZLE is the novel inspired by Stella's experience with Elvis. Sidney saw his chance and crafted a public image for the boy that catapulted him to stardom while landing Sidney.

Stella Stevens (born Estelle Eggleston; October 1, 1938) is an American film, television, and stage actress. She began her acting career in 1959 and starred in such popular films as Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962), The Nutty Professor (1963), The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963), The Silencers (1966), Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows (1968), The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970) and The Poseidon Adventure (1972). a b Stevens, Stella; Hegner, William (1999).

Stella Stevens is Stunning in Classic Western Movie. The Day the Earth Moved (1974) Jackie Cooper, Stella Stevens and Cleavon Little FULL MOVIE. Stella Stevens-"The Balloon Girl", Claude Akins, John Derek, 1961 TV. Stella Stevens talks about Irwin's cheapness. Stella Stevens and Shelley Winters.

STEVENS, Stella 1936–PERSONALOriginal name, Estelle Caro Eggleston; born October 1, 1936, in Yazoo City, MS (some sources say Hot Coffee, MS); daughter of Thomas Ellett and Dovey Estelle (maiden name, Caro) Eggleston; married Noble Herman Stephens, September 1, 1954 (divorced); children: Andrew (a producer, actor, director, and writer). Education: Attended Memphis State University. Source for information on Stevens, Stella 1936–: Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television dictionary. With William Hegner) Razzle Dazzle, Tom Doherty Associates, 1999. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. APA. " Stevens, Stella 1936–. Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television. com . "Stevens, Stella 1936–.

In this exploitive era of media manipulation and celebrity super-stardom, a young Southern singer is elevated to the status of a god, and is unable to deal with the consequence. He is driven to and damned to immortality.Stella Stevens-glamorous celluloid goddess and Playboy centerfold-shared movie screens with Elvis Presley in Girls! Girls! Girls! And Jerry Lewis in The Nutty Professor early in her career. The blonde bombshell went on to star opposite Glenn Ford, Dean Martin, Bobby Darrin, Jason Robards, and with a dozen more Hollywood hunks. Her crowning glory was the Poseidon Adventure with Gene Hackman and Ernest Borgnine. She has enchanted audiences with her unique blend of innocents, comedy, and sensuality. Now she reveals, through fiction, all the wanton seductiveness of Hollywood's Golden Age.Razzle Dazzle is a parallel universe to the way we were during the dazzling decades of the 60's, 70's, and 80's. It tells the story of the phenomenal rise and fall of a rock and roll singer whose sensuous mouth and gyrating hips drove women across the nation to a frenzy of worship.
Reviews: 4
It was a great book for those who love Stella. She was quite a bombshell and the book takes you there and keeps you there all through out it. Fun reading.
This is the most amateur attempt at novel writing I have ever seen. I can't even get to the end of the book.
None of the characters are interesting or likeable. The plot is dull. The sex scenes are the MOST unsexy, unerotic and unsensual I have ever read. It is as if a 13 year old wrote them from inexperienced fantasy, not two senior citizens!
The worst thing is the historical inaccuracies. The introduction takes place in 1943 yet "souped up Mustangs and Harleys" are mentioned as well as "shark finned Coupe De Villes" WHAT? ATVs are mentioned in the early 60s. This is a RECENT term.
I bought this because I thought it would be good, fun escapist trash which I enjoy from time to time. It isn't.
I think the most insulting thing is that it is dedicated to Elvis! It is a cheap exaggerated rip off of his life. Note: One of the authors has done nothing but TRASH Elvis over the past 40 years anyway.
If the authors had been successful in their original careers, this book wouldn't have to have been written. I can't believe it was published!
Under rated, vivacious Stella Stevens proves she's still got all the right moves...even as an author! It's a hoot in the style of Sidney Sheldon and Jackie Collins...and is especially fun in its thinly veiled characterizations of some of the famous folks the author, herself, has known over her long and interesting career!
I bought this book just before leaving on vacation. It proved to be the best of the 3 books I read on this trip and is a good read for anybody. I think the main character is based on Elvis and makes me much more interested in finding out what parts might be true and which were fictionalized. The writing is crisp and the book held me throughout. I would definitely recommend it.