From her acclaimed performances to her headline-making divorce from Eddie Fisher, raising a famous daughter to hitting the road with a successful one-woman show, Debbie Reynolds has been in the spotlight for decades. She's met presidents, performed for the queen of England, and partied with kings. A show business icon, she continues to sing and dance - and can drop more names than Andy Cohen.
In this fabulous personal tour, she recalls wonderful moments with the greats of the entertainment world - Lucille Ball, Frank Sinatra, Bette Davis, Phyllis Diller, and many, many more - sharing stories that shed new light on her life and career and the glittering world of Hollywood then and now. Debbie has plenty to tell - and in Make 'Em Laugh, she dishes it in the warm, down-to-earth voice her fans adore.
Debbie shares memories of late-night pals and some of the greatest comedians of all time, stories from the big screen and small, and tales of marriage, motherhood, and children. Combining her wicked sense of humor and appealing charm, she reveals the personal side of show business and fame in funny, poignant, and delightful reminiscences. Nothing is off limits: Debbie talks about her sex life, her family drama - and even shares a few secret recipes.
As irresistible as the woman at its heart, this collection shows the consummate skill of a beloved entertainer who truly knows how to Make 'Em Laugh.
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By Colin McIntosh on 04-07-16
Felt really ripped off. Loved the 2 autobiographies as she is an amazing storyteller but this is not that interesting and as Debbje doesn't read it that doesn't help.
I felt I had heard most of it before sadly and stopped half way through which I rarely do.
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By WhosYourChubby on 13-08-16
Love the book just wish it had been Debbie.
Would you consider the audio edition of Make 'Em Laugh to be better than the print version?
Yes. There is always something about hearing a book that makes it better. If they reader is good at what they are doing.
What did you like best about this story?
Hearing all the funny things she did in life and hearing about all the movie stars she knows/knew.
Which scene was your favorite?
What she said to the reporters about shooting her son Todd.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Very much so and I have listen to it twice now.
Any additional comments?
I love the book and I love Debbie. I just wish she could have read the book herself. Judith did a good job and you could hear Debbie in her in many ways.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Rita Rae on 22-02-17
Excellent recapturing of History.
It was delightful to learn about Debbie Reynolds' life. It brought back fond memories of Hollywood for my elderly mother.