Dream Lovers: The Magnificent Shattered Lives of Bobby Darin and Sandra Dee - by Their Son Dodd Darin by Dodd DarinBy the time Dodd Darin entered his teen his father Bobby had passed away. Fifteen years later he would begin putting together this book as a way to connect with him and learn all about the Bobby the man, not just the father. This was no easy task, especially since both Bobby and especially his mother Sandra Dee had very traumatic things happen in their childhoods that would go on to effect the rest of their lives. Dodd doesnt shy away from the hard issues, he confronts his mothers sexual abuse, alcoholism and eating disorders head on, something that Sandy was also only beginning to truly confront at the time and he dives deep into his father world, interviewing old friends and family who are brutally honest about Bobby being both the most fun, entertaining man in the room but also sometimes the most difficult to be around. Their love affair, as with their lives was often a tragic one but the love they had for one another, and for their child Dodd is very evident. This is not always the most easy read but its certainly the most insightful one you will ever find on both Sandra and Bobby.
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By Mike Fleming Jr. Darin feels that musical has demonstrated the continued interest in his father and his finger-snapping signatures. There is even the hope for another feature film. Arthur E. Friedman also produced Price Of Glory and was an original investor in Circle Distribution, the indie shingle that launched with the early films of Joel and Ethan Coen.
The singer underwent openheart surgery yesterday in the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. In , surgeons implanted two artificial valves in his heart. He left a will directing that his body be given to medical science, and it was taken to the University of California here for use in research. Bobby Darin fought his way out of the streets of the Bronx to become a millionaire. He let it be known that he would become a legend by the time he was 25, and he came near achieving that goal. My goal is unattainable.
Bobby Darin was an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and actor in film and his vulnerability had always spurred him on to use his musical talent while still young. . 3/UK #2) (), "You're the Reason I'm Living" (US No.
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Born in , Bobby Darin moved from performing in New York City coffeehouses into recording in the late s. In , "Splish Splash," a novelty song he wrote relatively quickly, became an international hit.
He performed jazz, pop, rock and roll, folk, swing, and country music. He started his career as a songwriter for Connie Francis. He recorded his first million-selling single, " Splish Splash ," in During the s, he became more politically active and worked on Robert F. Kennedy 's Democratic presidential campaign.