This detailed look at the homes of the stars is lavishly illustrated with period photographs and provides a tantalizing glimpse of the stars' public dreams and private lives...
|Title||:||Dream Palaces: Hollywood at Home|
|Number of Pages||:||299 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Dream Palaces: Hollywood at Home Reviews
On page 195 it states that Milton Sills committed suicide by driving his "car into a treacherous curve along sunset boulevard"... Very bizarre, seeing as he supposedly died suddenly of a heart attack at his home in the company of his family. I even found a newspaper article announcing his death from 1930 that goes against this the bizarre claim. I found the rest of the book entertaining, but I will disregard all of the amusing anecdotes herein as complete fiction.Two stars for some wonderful photos.