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Never Have Your Dog Stuffed: And Other Things I've Learned

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Read it, you'll love it!

This is a touching look at the life of Alan Alda. The writing flows and is so personal that you feel almost as if you are there, struggling and laughing with him. I strongly recomend this to anyone who is a fan of Alan Alda, or anyone who is in need of a pick me up.

posted by Euphrosyne4077 on February 7, 2010

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

A Few Gems But I Wanted More

The book was clearly written with earnest but I can¿t believe that a guy with as many experiences as Alan Alda chose these particular things to write about. Parts of the book were very interesting but I felt as though I had to plod through other parts. I also did not ...
The book was clearly written with earnest but I can¿t believe that a guy with as many experiences as Alan Alda chose these particular things to write about. Parts of the book were very interesting but I felt as though I had to plod through other parts. I also did not like the fact that he jumped around a bit in time. First he was married. Then he had just met his wife. I found that hard to follow. Most disappointing was that someone so well-known for one role, ¿Hawkeye¿, covered his 11 years on M*A*S*H in very few pages. However, I must say that I was moved by his talk about his parents and surprised by the fact that he was willing to share some very personal information about himself. The book is worth reading but all and all I have to say that I think that Alan Alda¿s book was not a real attention-grabber.

posted by Anonymous on February 24, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2006

    A Few Gems But I Wanted More

    The book was clearly written with earnest but I can¿t believe that a guy with as many experiences as Alan Alda chose these particular things to write about. Parts of the book were very interesting but I felt as though I had to plod through other parts. I also did not like the fact that he jumped around a bit in time. First he was married. Then he had just met his wife. I found that hard to follow. Most disappointing was that someone so well-known for one role, ¿Hawkeye¿, covered his 11 years on M*A*S*H in very few pages. However, I must say that I was moved by his talk about his parents and surprised by the fact that he was willing to share some very personal information about himself. The book is worth reading but all and all I have to say that I think that Alan Alda¿s book was not a real attention-grabber.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2014

    Not under three dollars so check out first before hitting buy

    Typical actor auto bio is there ever a happy family? For the collector of theater movies and tv books. anyone still have the radio personalities and silent screen ones?

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