David Janssen: Our Conversations: The Final Years

David Janssen: Our Conversations: The Final Years


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Despite their on-again, off-again courtship and his desire not to get married, David allowed Dani Greco to take control of his finances.

In his professional life, he becomes Harry O - interjecting a lot of his own real-life eccentricities, endearing him to his fans even more. He went on to assume various roles in 12 Made-for-Television films and 6 Feature films between 1974-1979.

We are introduced to Carol Connors, a singer and songwriter David met while collaborating on the song, 'My Sensitive, Passionate Man,' during a lengthy separation from Dani. He seemed to have found true happiness and had no interest in hiding his relationship with Carol. However, Dani controlled his finances, causing him to feel trapped.

Living alone in his Malibu Beach home, David quietly explored the cost of a divorce and learned he would not lose everything. At a time when he likely felt the greatest sense of inner peace, the huge hand of fate brought everything to an end.

"DAVID JANSSEN ~ Our Conversations is a heartfelt tribute to a beloved Star, still adored by millions of fans around the world today." ~ Norma Budden, author

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988777811
Publisher: Blue Line Publishing House, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/31/2014
Series: David Janssen: Our Conversations , #2
Pages: 292
Sales rank: 623,497
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)

About the Author

Michael Phelps is an American swimmer.  He holds the record for winning the most gold medals (8) in a single Olympics (2008).  He has won 16 Olympic medals, 14 gold and two bronze.  He holds seven world records and has over 20 World Championship medals.

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David Janssen: Our Conversations: The Final Years 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MXavier More than 1 year ago
Knowing full well this was NOT written by the swimmer, I think it might have been better if it was. There's really not a lot about David Janssen, which is too bad. Snippets of conversation, the author's 'photographic memory' recounting phone calls while he bemoans Janssen's relationship with Dani and finds time to repeatedly put down Ellie, Janssen's first wife. I found his complaints of her off putting, especially since he was the co-author of her book about her life with David Janssen. THAT might explain why these volumes did not come out until after her death. IF you a die-hard Janssen fan, you might find it worthwhile and that's the only reason I found it having any worth at all.
Michael_PhelpsMP More than 1 year ago
Nightowl114 More than 1 year ago
the author of this book is NOT the olympic swimmer michael phelps..Michael Phelps was born five years after David Janssen past away.  someone totally dropped the ball on this one, oh brother