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Robert Mitchum: Baby, I Don't Care
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Robert Mitchum: Baby, I Don't Care

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by Lee Server
 

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One of the movies' greatest actors and most colorful characters, a real-life tough guy with the prison record to prove it, Robert Mitchum was a movie icon for an almost unprecedented half-century, the cool, sleepy-eyed star of such classics as The Night of the Hunter; Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison; Cape Fear; The Longest Day; Farewell, My Lovely; and The Winds of War.

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Robert Mitchum: Baby I Don't Care 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
TOverton More than 1 year ago
This story is something else! "Baby, I Don't Care" is my second selection of reading by this author during the last six months. "Love is Nothing", his biography on Ava Gardner, like "Mitchum" held my intrigue with these two as much as I would ever want. Some readings can slip to boring at least in parts. These two books never went that way. Mitchum pretty much was a day to day liver. Mentally busy with a secure IQ. Some things did not matter to him but his focus and work ethic were commendable for the most part. Unabashed to a degree that should have been better controlled. Though not an example of a Hollywood insider he was still there, and deep in it. There are laughable moments throughout the book, some big eye-openers. If you have a little curiosity about Robert Mitchum, this book is a good choice, one I would recommend. I certainly recommend this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I need to clarify that I really enjoyed this book, but I could have done without all of the details about so many things. He was quite a character, so I waded through all of the boring details to finally reach the end.
JOHNLAW More than 1 year ago
Probably the best bio I have ever read.Mitchum certainly was his own man.Kudos to Lee Server.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a 'MUST READ' book for anyone that feels badly about their childhood, the life they live, and what they want to do 'in spite of'. Many remember him from the 'drug, women,drinking' 'image'. This author has finally brought part of the 'Rest of the story' into 'perspective'. There is more... Robert Mithcum always LOVED his WIFE. He LOVED his CHILDREN. This would make a great movie.....
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The book has its slow sections, and the author has sympathy & admiration for his subject. The book is very well wruitten for the most part, and the author spends alot of time describing how talented, intelligent and well read Mitchum was. But, he doesn't really explain why Mitchum insisted on being viewed as...well to be frank..a big dope.
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