Or How I went to Africa with Bogart, Bacall and Huston and almost lost my mind. By Katharine Hepburn, Plume, Chicago 1987. Tapa blanda, 131 Págs. ISBN 9452261457, Estado: Muy Bueno.
The African Queen is one of the great movies. When its credits roll, there are the names of four unforgettable Hollywood greats. The explosive Bogart and the mercurial Spiegel. The capricious genius of John Huston and the incomparable elegance of Katharine Hepburn.
And not on the credits, though she was there for the ride, the smouldering Lauren Bacall.
Now – in these extraordinary pages – Katharine Hepburn offers her vivid recollections of the making of a cinema classic – with a portfolio of marvellously evocative photographs to take you on the set as the cameras rolled….