I Ain't Down Yet book. I enjoyed about 75% of this autobiography of Gale Storm. Ms. Storm was one of the better actresses in the "B" movies back in the late 1930's and into the 1940's.
I Ain't Down Yet book. Signed and inscribed by Gale Storm on the free endpaper. She then become very well known because of television, starring in "My Little Margie" and "Oh!Susanna". It was a big deal back then for an actor to switch from movies to TV. I was just a kid in the fifties, but I remember her well.
I watched her tv series when I was a kid and loved reading her autobiography. I always wondered what became of her since I hadn’t seen her in years She had an interesting life and was very brave fighting her own battle.
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and signed by author gale storm. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details Publisher: The Bobbs-Merrill Co: Indianapolis, IN. Publication Date: 1981.
Gale Storm, perhaps best remembered for her television series My Little Margie in the early '50s, didn't have an easy time growing up in Texas. In 1981 she wrote I Ain't Down Yet: The Autobiography of My Little Margie.
I ain't down yet. the autobiography of My little Margie. Published 1981 by Bobbs-Merrill Co. in Indianapolis. 79. 5/028/0924, B. Library of Congress. S76 A34. The Physical Object.
I Ain't Down Yet" is the inspiring autobiography of Gale Storm, best-known as TV's My Little Margie. This frank and informative book follows Gale's humble beginnings in Bloomington Texas to stardom in Hollywood. Gale valiantly describes her bout and ultimate victory over alcoholism.
Gale Storm, TV Star of ‘My Little Margie,’ Dies at 8.
Gale Storm, TV Star of ‘My Little Margie,’ Dies at 87. By ANITA GATESJUNE 30, 2009. Continue reading the main story. Gale Storm, the Texas-born actress who made wholesome perkiness a defining element of television’s golden age on two hit sitcoms, My Little Margie and The Gale Storm Show, died on Saturday in Danville, Calif. She was 87. Her death was confirmed by a representative of the convalescent hospital where she died.
I Ain’t Down Yet, her 1981 autobiography, described her successful battle against alcohol addiction. An NBC press release photo of Gale Storm and Charles Farrell from My Little Margie. She is survived by three sons (Paul, Peter, and Philip) and one daughter (Susanna).