The 3rd Dimension of the Christ: Experiencing God Beyond the Four Walls

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AuthorHouse, 2007 - 348 pages
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This a collection of memories that cover a major part of what started out as a very ordinary life. But somehow and certainly not by design, it became a life filled with extraordinary people and exceptional experiences. For the most part it is a memoir of my long time relationship and engagement to Jack L. Warner, the last "Warner Brother". An untold story.

My first brush with Jack Warner took place when I was six years old and he was a grown man running Warner Brothers; the studio he and his brothers had built. Three decades later, he became the most important person in my life. It was a long road filled with extraordinary chance encounters. Even before Jack, my life's experiences were anything but ordinary.

This memoir is about friendships, personal relationships and observations of the private lives of some of the most interesting and talented people in the world of entertainment and beyond. The possibility of my life being touched by any of them was very slim. The most recognizable names who became friends and took me into their confidence were, Fredrick Loewe, Fred Zinneman, Winthrop Rockefeller, Arthur Godfrey, Frank Sinatra, Mervyn Leroy, Peter Lawford, Jonas Salk and a couple of infamous, compelling and not very ordinary scoundrels. These friendships and events cover a span of over twenty five years.

I had the good fortune to have had many interesting people fill a large part of what would have been a very ordinary life. I have often wondered .why me? But then .why not me ?

"One man who has kept a sharp eye for over three generations on the effects of celluloid on the chemistry of society, is Jack Warner, head of Warner Brother Pictures."

"In his decades, Jack Warner furnished dreams and memories that will live beyond us all."

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