Tony and Me

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Click for availability and more information Tony and Me, by Jack Klugman

Whenever I watch re-runs of the Odd Couple on television, I am always struck by the chemistry between Jack Klugman and Tony Randall. They appear to be truly concerned for the welfare of the other. This was true of the two actors off the set. In Tony and Me, Klugman talks about how each got involved with acting, how they ended up working together, and how their unique relationship evolved. He relates anecdotes that help us to understand their real personalities. Klugman admits he never trusted anyone until Randall helped him with a personal crisis. Although it's a quick read, this book covers a lot of ground and is very entertaining.

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