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Dizzy & Jimmy A Long Time Ago, When I Was A Young Dancer InNew York City, I Fell In Love With Jimmy Deanand He Fell In Love With Me.So Begins This Beguiling Memoir Of Liz Dizzy Sheridan S Passionate Yet Ill Fated Romance With The Young, Magnetic, Soon To Be Supernova James Dean The Year Was 1951 Dean Had Recently Arrived In Manhattan In Search Of Broadway Stardom Sheridan Was A Tall, Graceful Aspiring Dancer They Met One Rainy Afternoon In The Parlor Of The Rehearsal Club, A Chaperoned Boardinghouse For Young Actresses And Before Long Dizzy And Jimmy Were Inseparable Together They Hunted For Jobs, Haunted All Night Bars And Diners, And Gloried In The Innocent Rebellion Of Early 50s Bohemian New York Dizzy Sheridan And James Dean Were Lovers They Lived Together As Even Ardent Dean Fans May Be Surprised To Learn, They Were Engaged To Be Married But When Dean Began To Find Success On The Broadway Stage And Then Was Lured To Hollywood, The Couple Parted Amid Tears And Broken Dreams Dreams That Would Be Dashed Forever When Dean Died In A Car Crash In 1955, Not Long After Seeing Dizzy For The Last Time.Dizzy Jimmy Marks The First Time Liz Sheridan Has Written About This Joyous Yet Ill Starred Romance She Brings Us Closer Than We Have Ever Been To The Vibrant Young Actor Before He Became A Hollywood Icon, Capturing His Unstudied Charm, His Complicated Psyche, The Spontaneous Delight He Took From The World Around Him, And The Passion He Invested In His Work And Life It Is A Journey That Takes In Many Locales, From Dean S Boyhood Home In Fairmount, Indiana, To Sheridan S Recuperative Travels Through The Caribbean After Their Breakup But At Its Heart Dizzy Jimmy Is The Story Of A Love Affair With Manhattan Of Nights Spent Stealing Kisses In Times Square, Sharing A Walkup In The Hargrave Hotel, Dancing After Hours Beneath The Stars In Grand Central Station And In Sheridan S Bittersweet, Embraceable Telling, It Becomes A Story No Reader, Dean Fan Or Otherwise, Will Soon Forget. During my James Dead obsessed teens I read several books about him This is one of the few to actually seem to be based in fact. I really enjoyed this book The story of a love affair between two aspiring artists and New York City What happens when one artist hits it and the other doesn t At one point she says something to the effect that she hopes she will have the grace to leave with class or possibly the class to leave with grace She shows us a picture of the young James Dean I know, he died young , before he was a star But he always liked to drive fast And apparently she did, too Or, maybe she picked it up fro I really enjoyed this book The story of a love affair between two aspiring artists and New York City What happens when one artist hits it and the other doesn t At one point she says something to the effect that she hopes she will have the grace to leave with class or possibly the class to leave with grace She shows us a picture of the young James Dean I know, he died young , before he was a I don t go around handing out 5 star ratings And in the end there is nothing special about the way this book is written, but the story is so riveting You forget that it s nonfiction I bought this book for a dollar, and it was the best dollar I ve ever spent For anyone who has ever marveled at James Dean, rented all of his movies and had a Dean Weekend, or sat up endless hours and researched his life onlinethis book gives you a whole new perspective and makes him that muchenigmatic a I don t go around handing out 5 star ratings And in the end there is nothing special about the way this book is written, but the story is so riveting You forget that it s nonfiction I bought this book for a dollar, and it was the best dollar I ve ever spent For anyone who has ever marveled at James Dean, rented all of his movies and had a Dean Weekend, or sat up endless hours and researched Notes From The Author A long time ago, when I was a young dancer in New York City, I fell in love with Jimmy Dean and he fell in love with me So begins this beguiling memoir of Liz Dizzy Sheridan s passionate yet ill fated romance with the young, magnetic, soon to be supernova James Dean The year was 1951 Dean had recently arrived in Manhattan in search of Broadway stardom Sheridan was a tall, graceful aspiring dancer They met one rainy afternoon in the parlor of the Rehearsal Club, a Notes From The Author A long time ago, when I was a young dancer in New York City, I fell in love with Jimmy Dean and he fell in love with me So begins this beguiling memoir of Liz Dizzy Sheridan s passionate yet ill fated romance with the young, magnetic, soon to be supernova James Dean The year was 1951 Dean had recently arrived in Manhattan in search of Broadway stardom Sheridan was a tall, graceful aspiring dancer They met one rainy afternoon in the parlor of the Rehearsal Club, a chaperoned boardinghouse for young actresses and before long Dizzy and Jimmy were inseparable Together they hunted for jobs, haunted all night bars and diners, and gloried in the innocent rebellion of early 50s bohemian New York Dizzy Sheridan and James Dean were lovers they lived together as even ardent Dean fa If only I were born sixty years earliermy obsession with James Dean is eternal and this book is a beautiful portrait of the boy behind the brooding mumbles. I ran across this book at the Library and I thought it looked very interesting I love the idea of hearing a love story about someone famous, before they were famous You always hear talk about James Dean, this Sexy Icon of the 50 s I couldn t wait to read about him from the point of view of a an old flame.This was certainly a lovey dovey story I enjoyed hearing about it all, it was a little over the top here and there, but it was the 50 s and things were certainly different back then James D I ran across this book at the Library and I thought it looked very interesting I love the idea of hearing a love story about someone famous, before they were famous You always hear talk about James Dean, this Sexy Icon of the 50 s I couldn t wait to read about him from the point of view of a an old flame.This was certainly a lovey dovey story I enjoyed hearing about it all, it was a little over the top here and there, but it was the 50 s and things were certainly dif I just don t find this believable Liz Sheridan became world famous late in life as Jerry s mom on Seinfeld, but less people know that as a young woman in the early 1950s she unknowingly scored the ultimate bragging rights by going out with a then unknown James Dean It s no doubt a story she s told at parties for fifty years, and I suspect that with each r I really don t know what my sudden fascination with James Dean is but I really find him intriguing Therefore, I really enjoyed this book I also found it interesting that he had a love affair with the actress dancer who played Jerry Seinfeld s mom on Seinfeld They were such an impulsive, almost child like co I have always thought that Liz Sheridan was a classy lady and a fantasic actress, but this book brought me evenrespect for her I ll admit that a tough cookie like me bawled like a baby at the end of the book, not so much over the death of Dean, but over the aching sense of loss that this book brought Being a huge Dean fan, I have often lamented the death of such a amazing man, but this book brings it to a personal level I would highly recommend this book to anyone, even if they are not I have always thought that Liz Sheridan was a classy lad


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