Backstairs at the White House e-book
by Gwen Bagni,Paul Dubov
Backstairs at the White House is a 1979 NBC television miniseries based on the book My Thirty Years Backstairs at the White House by Lillian Rogers Parks (with Frances Spatz Leighton).
Backstairs at the White House is a 1979 NBC television miniseries based on the book My Thirty Years Backstairs at the White House by Lillian Rogers Parks (with Frances Spatz Leighton). The series, produced by Ed Friendly Productions, is the story of behind-the-scenes workings of the White House and the relationship between the staff and the First Families.
My Thirty Years Backstairs at the White House. The book flowed as Lillian moved from child to woman. Her interaction with her mother and later at the White House with the Presidents and their families was insightful. One person found this helpful. Lillian Rogers Parks. Backstairs at the white house DVD. DVD. Olivia Cole. The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House. Kate Andersen Brower.
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Bagni, Gwen; Dubov, Paul, joint author; Parks, Lillian Rogers
Bagni, Gwen; Dubov, Paul, joint author; Parks, Lillian Rogers. My thirty years backstairs at the White House. Based upon My thirty years backstairs at the White House, by Lillian Rogers Parks with Frances Spatz Leighton and authors taped interviews with Lillian Rogers Parks. An intimate look at life in the White House through eight administrations as remembered by a mother and daughter who, between them, served as White House maids for 52 years.
My Thirty Years Backstairs at the White House is a 1961 autobiographical novel by Lillian Rogers Parks. Paul Dubov was an American radio actor, film actor and screenwriter. Michael O'Herlihy co-produced and directed the series. The memoir was based on Parks' recollections of thirty years (1931–1961) as a seamstress in the White House and on childhood memories of her mother's 30 years of domestic service. O’Herlihy also collaborated with Ed Friendly on Young Pioneers (1976), Young Pioneers' Christmas (1976), Peter Lundy and the Medicine Hat Stallion (1977), and The Flame is Love (1979).
Backstairs at the White House is a 1979 NBC television miniseries based on the book My Thirty Years Backstairs.
Created by Gwen Bagni, Paul Dubov. With Olivia Cole, Leslie Uggams, Louis Gossett J. Robert Hooks. WWII brings changes to the White House, including Russians as guests. Mrs. Roosevelt brings Maggie back to supervise the visit of Mrs. Chiang Kai-Shek. Behind the scenes at the White House during eight administrations, as told by the people who work there. After all the Roosevelt years, the staff has.
Actor/writer Paul Dubov did his first film work as a Universal contract player in 1942. Never a leading man, Dubov was the quintessential utility player, able to convey characters of virtually any age or ethnic range. In the early 1960s, he was given his first screenwriting opportunities through the auspices of Four Star Productions, headed by Dick Powell. Actress (both Eileen Heckart and Celeste Holm), Best Supporting Actor (both Ed Flanders and Robert Vaughn), Outstanding Teleplay (Part 1) (Gwen Bagni and Paul Dubov), Outstanding Art Direction/Set Decoration (Part 1) (Richard Y. Haman, Art Director; Anne D. McCulley, Set Decorator), and Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling (Susan Germaine, Lola Kemp and Vivian McAteer).
The book recounts one womens lifetime spent working first as a maid prior to Hoover as President through the Kennedy assasination. I never tire of reading this intimate picture of Maggie and Lillian's years at the White House. Wish there was a sequel. Through her eyes you get a first hand look at the inside lives of the presidents and their families. A book to be read over and over.