Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It

By Mae West

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This autobiography traces Mae West's indulged Brooklyn childhood, through vaudeville success, a stage career which landed her in jail for the outspokenness of her lines, to spectacular Hollywood stardom. Witty and honest, she remained in control of her life, her career and her many, many loves. This autobiography traces Mae West's indulged Brooklyn childhood, through vaudeville success, a stage career which landed her...

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(first published January 14th 1959)

Quotes From "Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It"

"A man in the house is worth two on the street."

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