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  • ISBN 0811908577
  • ISBN13 978-0811908573
  • Language English
  • Author Ellie Janssen
  • Publisher Lifetime Books, Inc. (September 25, 1997)
  • Pages 180
  • Formats lit txt docx doc
  • Category Biography
  • Subcategory Arts and Literature
  • Size ePub 1122 kb
  • Size Fb2 1813 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 692

Learn about the love, sex, romance and tragedy of America's favorite man on the lam.

The Janssen's divorce details and David's will at the end of the book seem like padding (to fill out what would otherwise be an 80- or 90- page book)

The Janssen's divorce details and David's will at the end of the book seem like padding (to fill out what would otherwise be an 80- or 90- page book). But given the relative dearth of intimate detail on David Janssen's life, these gaffes are forgivable. It's like finding an artifact from a lost land: You don't mind the cracks, the chips, and dirt because of its greater worth.

Despite the title, "David Janssen: My Fugitive" isn't merely another look at David Janssen's most famous starring role

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading DAVID JANSSEN - MY FUGITIVE. The book is also the story of Ellie Janssen and the highs and lows of her time with David. And, as a bonus, there are 16 pages of celebrity photos relating to Janssen's career. Despite the title, "David Janssen: My Fugitive" isn't merely another look at David Janssen's most famous starring role. Instead, it is an in-depth, if subjective, recollection of his personal and public life by ex-wife Ellie Janssen.

David Janssen (born David Harold Meyer, March 27, 1931 – February 13, 1980) was an American film and television actor who is best known for his starring role as Richard Kimble in the television series The Fugitive (1963–1967)

David Janssen (born David Harold Meyer, March 27, 1931 – February 13, 1980) was an American film and television actor who is best known for his starring role as Richard Kimble in the television series The Fugitive (1963–1967). Janssen also had the title roles in three other series: Richard Diamond, Private Detective; Harry O; and O'Hara, .

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David Janssen-My Fugitive. by Michael Phelps and Ellie Janssen. David Janssen-My Fugitive. Published by Thriftbooks. This book proves to be an insightful and significant look into the life of David Janssen. com User, 9 years ago. Growing up watching the weekly show, THE FUGITVE, was a night most women would actually put their ironing down, and set down and watch TV. It wasn't only the action and suspense of the show, but for most of us it was we all were secretly in love with, David Janssen. I would like to hear more about how he REALLY died.

David janssen - my fugitive. ELLIE JANSSEN's Memoir of her life with and eternal love for DAVID JANSSEN, the iconic actor best known for his starring role as "Dr. Richard Kimble" in the classic television series, "THE FUGITIVE" (A Q-M Productions, ABC Television Network, 1963-1967). David janssen - my fugitive.

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After a whirlwind courtship, David Janssen married Ellie Graham on. .After a whirlwind courtship, David Janssen married Ellie Graham on August 23, 1958.

After a whirlwind courtship, David Janssen married Ellie Graham on August 23, 1958. It was his first marruage, her third. She had two young daughters by her first marriages. DAVID JANSSEN-MY FUGITIVE' is Ellie's intimate memoir of her life with and her undying love for the beloved Hollywood legend.

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The story is told by Ellie Janssen, David's ex-wife. The man she chose to write the story is Michael Phelps, David's trusted, non-Hollywood friend and confidant for the last 15 years of his life, 1965 to 1980. David was Ellie's third husband; she was his first wife. When they met, Ellie was in the midst of an affair with Frank Sinatra. She was also several years older than David, which was undoubtedly among the sources of stress on their strained, acrimonious marriage. Ellie's insecurity was certainly exacerbated by David's rising stardom and sex appeal. Their decade-long marriage was contained within the most vital time in David's legendary Hollywood career, at the height of his international popularity. The troubled marriage eventually led to a bitter, highly publicized celebrity divorce. This book, as written by Phelps, is highly informative, entertaining and fast-paced. Just the right length to remain a consistent page-turner, while providing the reader with a full and satisfying picture of David Janssen, the star of popular TV series like The Fugitive, Harry O and Richard Diamond, as well as films like King of the Roaring 20s: The Story of Arnold Rothstein, The Green Berets and The Shoes of the Fisherman. Highly recommended.
from earth
Poorly written and badly edited, by an unknown publishing house. Its content is okay, but clearly one-sided, naturally. I wish it had been more informative about David Janssen's early life and entire career. I appreciate it for what it is, a biography by an ex-wife, with help from a non-professional writer. For David Janssen fans, it's worth reading; others probably won't get past the first chapter.
Madis
David Janssen will always be my favorite tv actor, and I am a fan of the author Michael Phelps, I've read his conversations with Mr. Janssen, these books made me feel like I knew him as a person and how he lived his life. A must for all if have s fans to read
iSlate
A Great Actor- died too young.
Whiteseeker
Recently, Michael Phelps generously sent me the hardcover version of this book after I was having difficulty obtaining the Kindle version.
It was well-written and I devoured it in a few days. And it also has several great photos.
Such a sweet story of the love between David and his first wife Ellie. She also shares the excitement they shared as his career took off from the show "Richard Diamond - Private Detective", during which time they met and married, through "The Fugitive" and beyond.
It's so sad to read of David Janssen's frequent infidelity and his intensifying alcoholism. If only he would have been more like the Fugitive character in real life.
Such a handsome man with that sexy voice. I'm sure beautiful women were throwing themselves at him all the time. And, even though he had a beautiful, talented wife at home, I guess the excitement of trysts and affairs were just too hard to resist. None of us is perfect, and I'm sure Ellie Janssen wasn't either. But I do believe from this book that she continued to love him until her own death. I appreciate her sharing her good times and her heartaches with us, as I think anyone who is a fan of David Janssen will. Read it fans.
Zeli
My Fugitive..ha ha
Deodorant for your language
i loved him so much. great book. wish there were others!!
Despite the title, "David Janssen: My Fugitive" isn't merely another look at David Janssen's most famous starring role. Instead, it is an in-depth, if subjective, recollection of his personal and public life by ex-wife Ellie Janssen.

Overall, the book is an easy, colorful read (due in large part to the yeoman's editing efforts of Ellie Janssen's scribe J.D. Michael Phelps). There are a few typos and syntax errors. But for the most part, Phelps masterly maneuvers them and keeps them from muddying Ellie's already tragic tale: One that is mild by modern Hollywood standards, but nevertheless soars from Ellie's elation of marrying the dashing, debonair David of "Richard Diamond" days to the crashing, crushing agony of dealing with the actor's private demons that forever haunted the Janssen family.

The only downsides to the book are its opening and closing chapters. The opening chronicles Ellie's brief relationship with Frank Sinatra. Though rich in detail, the two chapters read more like a Jackie Collins story-starter than real life--perhaps an ego boost for Ellie? The Janssen's divorce details and David's will at the end of the book seem like padding (to fill out what would otherwise be an 80- or 90- page book).

But given the relative dearth of intimate detail on David Janssen's life, these gaffes are forgivable. It's like finding an artifact from a lost land: You don't mind the cracks, the chips, and dirt because of its greater worth. And this read is worth it! A deeply-layered look into the sometimes dazzling, sometimes dark history of one of Hollywood's unsung hardest-working, hardest-living leading men, David Janssen.