We'll Never Be Young Again
Remembering the Last Days of John F. Kennedy
We’ll Never Be Young Again presents a compelling account of our 35th President’s final days. Written with remarkable detail and intimacy, this combination of history, narrative and personal stories chronicles the shared experience of shock and grief – from many different points of view – with vignettes and recollections from a wide cross –section of the population. The book includes a foreword by Jack Valenti and over 125 letters from people such as Senator John Kerry, Dominick Dunne, Jerry Lewis, Liz Smith, Robert McNamara, Billy Dee Williams, Stacy Keach, Connie Stevens, Letitia Baldridge, and Wally Schirra. A running timeline adds a capsule view of other world news.
Chuck Fries has been a senior production executive with Columbia Pictures television and Metromedia as well as CEO of Chuck Fries Productions. He has produced award winning television programs including The Martian Chronicles, The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald and The Queen of Mean-Leona Helmsley. His feature credits include Troop Beverly Hills and Cat People. His star on Hollywood boulevard’s Walk of Fame is opposite Mann’s Chinese Theatre.
Irv Wilson is a film and television producer and executive producer who has worked for Viacom, Universal, Fox, ABC, NBC and CBS. He has been involved with The Missiles of October, “Don Kirchner’s Rock Concert,” “SCTV” and brought David Letterman to late night television.
Spencer Green has written for “In Living Color” and “Mad TV.” He is contributing editor to Leonard Maltin’s Movie & Video Guide, as well as co-editor of Maltin’s Movie Encyclopedia.
- Chuck Fries, Irv Wilson, Spencer Green
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- 6 x 9
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