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Norma Jean: My Secret Life With Marilyn Monroe epub ebook

Author: Ted Jordan
Category: Movies
Language: English
Publisher: William Morrow & Co; 1st edition (September 1, 1989)
Pages: 255 pages
ISBN: 0688091180
ISBN13: 978-0688091187
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 240
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Jordan (ne Friedman) moved from his Ohio birthplace to Hollywood where he met 17-year-old model Norma Jean . You know all about Marilyn Monroe but this starts with Norma Jean you learn so much about the rise and fall of both personalities ! Interesting read.

He would, according to his memoir, become her lover and remain a friend throughout her life. Withholding judgments, and also revealing much about his own falls from grace, Jordan describes how Marilyn Monroe deliberately used sex to further her career.

Ted Jordan tells of his secret life with Marilyn Monroe. It was a very good book. He did not believe that Marilyn was murdered.

Jordan draws an unforgettable portrait of a highly sexual woman who was. Ted Jordan tells of his secret life with Marilyn Monroe.

Jordan, Ted. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Monroe, Marilyn, 1926-1962, Motion picture actors and actresses. New York : W. Morrow. Uploaded on December 6, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Norma Jean: MySecret Life With Marilyn Monroe. com User, December 5, 2003. I have read this book when it first came out. As I know Ted Jordan (Eddie Friedman) He was a great guy, his father was the brother of Ted Lewis

Norma Jean: MySecret Life With Marilyn Monroe. As I know Ted Jordan (Eddie Friedman) He was a great guy, his father was the brother of Ted Lewis. Knowing he was acting in Hollywood during the period of time in the book, I do not doubt the verasity of the book. I think it is well written, and my wife and I both enjoyed it. We feel that the wild "goings on" back in those Hollywood days are well documented in Ted's book.

Norma Jeane: My Secret Life with Marilyn Monroe. Don't waste your money. This is just a "I slept with Marilyn" money-making book. William Morrow and Company.

The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe is a 2015 American made-for-TV drama film on Marilyn Monroe. The (two-hour forty-seven minute) miniseries is based on The New York Times bestseller of the same name by J. Randy Taraborrelli. It has been nominated for three Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Norma Jean, My Secret Life with Marilyn. Publisher: Jordan, Te. William Morrow & C. In. nd, c1989, Publication Date: 1989. He would, according to his memoir, become her lover and remain a friend throughout her life.

The final proof of the Mandela Effect just happened today based in our culture that has produced hundreds of thousands of records of the real name of Marilyn Monroe and also by the book of her husband Eddie Jordan: Norma Jean: My Secret Life With Marilyn Monroe that originated the biographical film Norma Jean & Marilyn Monroe. Elton John produced in his discography a tribute Goodbye Norma Jean. Marilyn Monroe Scene on the Nighttime Studio Tour - Universal Studios Hollywood 2015 - Продолжительность: 1:05 SoCal Attractions 360 Recommended for you. 1:05.

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A personal account of the author's twenty-year relationship with Marilyn Monroe reveals the intimate, vulnerable ingenue who retained her naivete even as Hollywood destroyed her
Reviews (7)
Uanabimo
This book I started reading couldn’t put it down until I finished it ! You know all about Marilyn Monroe but this starts with Norma Jean you learn so much about the rise and fall of both personalities ! Interesting read

Celen
He was really smearing her in this book. He said that she talked dirty and slept with him just to get to her uncle who broke her in the business. He said all this stuff like her uncle slept with her in exchange for pills he could get her later. He told of all the times she talked dirty and said, " I want to sleep my way to the top!". What kind of person would say that? Not Marilyn, Marilyn was innocent and like a frightened child, in a woman's body. She had problems but was loyal to her friends life long. ALl this guy care about was bragging about it and spreading gossip. It's more of a look inside of him, a dirty mind.

Damand
Its quite a life these two people led if everything Jordan says is true. I've read many Marilyn books, and her life was a sad tale of abuse by her mother, climbing to the top by sleeping with any one that could help her, and marrying the most inappropriate men for her. And in the end she could not see all the sycophants that were hanging on and leading her into bad situations. Her lust for fame and recognition was her downfall, because most people cannot handle fame that comes to them with such lightning speed. It sounds like Jordan tried to help her, but it fell on deaf ears.Another story of a life with such promise that ended badly.

Pedora
I read ten of the nineteen chapters and the epilogue of Eddie Friedman's tale. I scanned the remaining chapters. I found the book to be rather disgusting. I doubt that Friedman (Ted Jordan) actually knew Norma Jeane Dougherty; but to give him the benefit of a doubt, if he knew her, he did not know her very well and he did not know much at all about her life. The first few chapters are filled with glaring chronological errors—so many, in fact, the book should be listed as a comic novel.

For example, Friedman claims he met Norma in the summer 1943 when she was a fledgling model working for the Blue Book Agency. The only problem with that claim is this: Norma did not become involved with Blue Book until August of 1945 after David Conover photographed her at Radioplane Munitions. Also, Friedman claims Norma was living with Grace Goddard in 1943; but that could not have been possible. Grace Goddard was not living in Los Angeles in 1943: she and her husband, Doc, were living in West Virginia. Friedman claims that Gladys, Norma's mother, followed her husband to Kentucky to get Norma's "half-sisters". Norma only had one half-sister, Berniece, and one half-brother, Jackie, who died when Norma was seven years old. There are many other factual errors but I'll cite only one more. Friedman claims that in October of 1944, he and Norma headed to Ohio to visit his parents. Once again, here's the problem with Friedman's assertion: in early October of 1944, Norma Jeane traveled by rail to visit Berniece and her family in Detroit, Michigan. She learned in late October that Jimmie, her husband, had received and unexpected leave from the Merchant Marines and was sailing home. Before she returned to Los Angeles, she visited Doc and his daughter, Bebe, in West Virginia and then visited Grace in Chicago. Doc and Grace were separated at the time.

I don't know about you, but I find it difficult to remember verbatim the conversations that I had yesterday, much less conversations from twenty-seven years ago; but Friedman can recall even the most intimate detail of his conversations with Norma and others. I don't buy any of it. The dialogue in the book was completely fabricated.

Oddly, too, Friedman can't seem to decide if Norma Jeane was exceptionally beautiful or exceptionally commonplace, if she was a lazy slob or an incredibly driven ambitious young woman. He is sure of a couple of points, though: Norma Jeane had no talent as an actress but she had talent to spare as a lover and a nymphomaniac. She was determined to fornicate her way to the top. The prurience of Friedman's narrative is its most telling feature; it is, after all, his fantasy.

I've read other scurrilous and salacious tales about the world's most famous woman. She attracts greedy dishonorable persons—mostly men—because of her fame and the public's never ending fascination with her. The saddest and most unfortunate aspect of a book like Friedman's is this: the uninformed are easily deceived.

If you really want to know about Norma Jeane, the woman who became Marilyn Monroe and beguiled the world, this is not the book to read. I suggest the biographies written by Donald Spoto, Michelle Morgan and Gary Vitacco-Robles and the memoirs of Berniece Baker Miracle, James Dougherty and Susan Strasberg.

Or, you can visit my web site: Marilyn From The 22nd Row.

Terr
The author only wished it were all true! Marilyn Monroe is the only person who could verify his claims, and she is long gone.

Funky
I stumbled upon Norma jean- My Secret Life With Marilyn Monroe during my college
years while writing a research for my Psychology class. I was amazed at what
Ted Jordan had to share about his relationship with Marilyn... I saw that Amazon
had this book title posted online. I collect biographies, and I decided without
hesitation to add it to my home library! The book was in pristine condition!

Nahelm
I ordered my book and it arrived soon after I ordered it. I believe it came from a state out west, so I was very satisfied with how quickly it came. Also, great price.. I think the total was around $5 for the used book, and the book is in great condition.

This particular biography of Marilyn Monroe sometimes seems plausible in dialogue and description, but a few of the events seem exaggerated and contrived. Ted Jordan is another person who claims to have been Marilyn's lover, secret boyfriend, and confidant throughout her entire career. I can't help comparing it to Robert Slatzer's _The Mysterious Death of Marilyn Monroe_ because he claims EXACTLY the same things in his book, portraying himself as the most important person in her life with even less corroboration than Ted provides. In fact, the two books often directly contradict each other. For example, Bob claims that Marilyn had no interest in finding her father because she knew him to be her mother's former husband Ed Mortenson, who died in a motorcycle accident; Ted writes that Marilyn (or Norma Jean, as he calls her all the way through-- without the "e") knew the identity of her father to be her mother's co-worker, C. Stanley Gifford. Both men say they knew her so well... is one or both of them lying? (I think it is more likely to be Bob Slatzer who is lying, as his book reads as one long fantasy that he created in his head. ) And if about that, what else? _My Secret Life_ makes a lot of outrageous claims, including Marilyn having a lesbian affair with his stripper wife, Marilyn aborting their baby, and Marilyn calling him on the night of her death. The uncomfortable thing to me is how Jordan portrays her as a horribly ambitious, mentally ill prostitute, repeating several times that she had no talent and used everyone to get what she wanted. Maybe some of that is true, but in a book such as this one (as well as _The Mysterious Death of_), the reader never knows WHAT to believe.

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