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Random House, 1992 - Photography - 157 pages
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Grace Kelly was the most exquisitely beautiful star to emerge from Hollywood in the 1950s--an actress who dazzled moviegoers in such Hitchcock classics as To Catch a Thief and Dial "M" for Murder before giving up acting to become a princess. Now, ten years after her tragic death, her favorite photographer offers an unprecedented look at the private Grace. 125 photos, many in full-color.

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