The Incomparable Rex
|Rating||:||4.35 (672 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||320 Pages|
His fifth wife, Elizabeth said of him, "I was very fond of Rex before we were married, and even more fond of him after we were married - it ws the bit in between that was so difficult".. Rex Harrison was famed for his urbane style, his mordant wit, his numerous wives and his truly appalling temper, quite apart from his legendary and much loved performance as Henry Higgins on both stage and screen. An affectionate and witty memoir of one of Britain's great theatrical and cinematic talents, Rex Harrison. Patrick Garland worked with Harrison on the revival of "My Fair Lady" and came to know him well and - despite Rex's reputation as something of an unholy terror - became extremely fond of him
"So good it makes you believe he is still alive" according to A Customer. When I read this book I was so engrosed that I could not put it down I was in my bed for 5 days untill I had finished the book and I mis the man him self.