Dust jacket notes: "Gary Cooper embodied the American hero: tall in the saddle, incredibly sexy, strong, selfless, and soft-spoken. Women found him irresistible. His melting good looks and bedroom prowess are legendary. During the Golden Age of Hollywood he lived the life of a film Adonis, bedding the screen's most stunning starlets: Carole Lombard, Tallulah Bankhead, Ingrid Bergman, Grace Kelly, Merle Oberon, Clara Bow, Lupe Velez, and, of course, Patricia Neal. 'Coop' knew instinctively what women wanted -- emotionally and physically. Joan Crawford recalled that 'Gary made ev4e4ry woman feel as if she were the only woman in the world.' It was true. Tallulah Bankhead confided that she left the stage for a film career in Hollywood to 'get laid by Gary Cooper.' Reminded of her comment years later, she coolly remarked: 'Mission accomplished.' From his tempestuous flings with the voluptuous and violent Lupe Velez to his involvement with Anderson Lawler, the fair-haired socialite, actor and acknowledged homosexual, Gary's life was the stuff of headlines. Screen siren Clara Bow, the famous 'It Girl,' declared, 'He was great in bed. The best.' It was Clara who gave him the nickname 'Studs.' But Gary ignored the gossip. As always, he took life and love in stride. Brimming with inside stories, sizzling with gossip, and illustrated with rare photos, Cooper's women is the steamy bedroom biography of the life and many loves of one of Hollywood's biggest stars. It's a seductive page-turner -- from start to finish."
Specifications of Cooper's Women
|Author||Jane Ellen Wayne|
|Publisher||Prentice Hall Press|
|Number Of Pages||190|
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