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Table Of Contents Introduction The First Secret / Style The Pied Piper / Whoopi Goldberg My Daddy Long Legs / Fred Astaire Strut Your Stuff / John Travolta The Whole World Looks Brighter / Robert Wagner Three Special Ladies / Audrey – Grace – Jacqueline Review The Second Secret / Attitude Courage, Truth, And The American Way / John Wayne What You See Is What She Is / Shirley Maclaine Monte / Ernest J Shoedsack Just Call Me Lucy / Lucille Ball When Fido Makes Potty / Burt Lancaster My Twin Sister / Linda Goodman Dr. Peter Pan / Dr. Jerry Buss To Become It; Believe It / Angela Lansbury That First Step / Ray Milland Take Your Time / Mary Pickford Man To Match Any Mountain / Henry Paul Leeder Monica / Monica Greenberg Review The Third Secret / Skin Care A Scared Little Sparrow / Marilyn Monroe Paul Newman Luscious Lips And Clean Skin / Ingrid Bergman Aloe Was His Secret / Tyrone Power Beauty Is As Beauty Does / Lana Turner Caesar Romero D-Day Victory / Doris Day 15 On Scale Of 10 / Bo Derek Arlene Dahl Sensei Linda Goodman Heather Locklear Review The Fourth Secret / Exercise Advice From The Music Man / Quincy Jones Yoga – Bikram Determination &Amp; Persistance / Sylvester Stallone Jane Fonda Know How To Play / Clint Eastwood Exercise As A Way Of Life / Michael Crawford Charles Bronson Angie Dickinson The Fifth Secret / Nutrition Vitamins – Minerals – Supplements Cary Grant Arnold Schwarzenegger Debbie Reynolds A Nutrition Retreat O.H.I. Mickey Rooney Mae West Red Buttons Jack Lalanne Lauralee Bell The Sixth Secret / Faith Dr. Perrin John Travolta Linda Goodman God Cares About The Small Stuff / Boo Boo Elvis Presley Tithing Martin Sheen Lee Marvin Phylis Diller Other Lovely Friends Cut Of The Sword Broken Wrist – Shattered Dreams? The Seventh Secret / Love Sex Mariage / The Prince Mae West Love Buzz Aldrin Moses Marriage The Seventh Secret / Love Sex Marriage (Continued) The Bell Family Willam T. Young The Eighth Secret / Why Stay Forever Young? Tony Robbins The Two Hughes John Candy Bob Hope Glenn Ford Shirley Temple Natalie Schaefer Afterwords How Do You Stay So Young? by Terry Moore with Hollywood’s Greatest Stars Available August 2008 Soft Cover Edition – $20.00 (autographed) Advanced copies are available here, for a limited time, autographed for no additional charge. Note: Statement will show TreeO.com
The Golden Girls meets Borat in the hilarious weekly, half-hour series titled Old Skool – making its world premiere on Star! and starring lifelong friends Terry Moore and Gita Hall. Hollywood legend and widow of billionaire Howard Hughes, 77-year-old Moore is an extroverted movie star; while 72-year-old Hall was one of the world’s first supermodels. Both have an unquenchable thirst for life, and each week they explore the hottest topics in pop culture and discover society’s wonderful subcultures. Committed to discovering what’s hip and happening, the ladies’ fish-out-of-water’ immersion into these worlds is often revealing, sometimes shocking, and always hilarious. World premiere on Star! Sundays at 7 ET / 4 PT
An interview with legendary movie star and producer, Terry Moore. About her early career and marriage to Howard Hughes. David LeVine, a good friend for years, interviewed Terry in July 2006.
Once a Hollywood starlet with Oscar potential Terry Moore may be just as well known for her daring stint in Playboy Magazine. That’s right, the woman who knew Elvis and Marilyn, dated James Dean, and made a slew of flicks in the 1950s and made news by claiming to be Howard Hughes’ widow posed for Playboy when she was in her 50s. Unusual as it seems, it’s all true. Back in the mid 8o’s Terry not only resurfaced publicly as regards the Howard Hughes will, but because of her spread in “Playboy”! That’s right, even though she was in her late 50s at the time, she graced the cover beautifully, and handled a tasteful layout inside, as well and may I add… she looked great! Terry declared, “I was glad I did it!” I heard from everybody that I ever knew when I did it. They were all so nice. A lot of wonderful women contacted me, and said I was an inspiration to them. They were glad (at my age) that I did it, and it came out the way it did. It was all very positive. They’ve asked me to appear again in “Playboy”, but I doubt I will. I’ve already done that. “I will say that besides questions on Howard Hughes, the main thing I get asked is ‘How do you stay so young?’ so, I’m going to do a book–not a ‘how-to’, but a story-style book dealing with the first star I knew, Mary Pickford, all the way up to Arnold Schwarzenegger. It will cover all the make-up secrets I’ve learned from the people I’ve known over the years.” And I’m sure that book, like Terry Moore herself, will offer quite an interesting read. Visit Terry Moore’s official website, TerryMoore.com, for autographed photos and books.