Dear lord! Does this man have no shame? How can he possibly know what THE MAN was thinking in all those intimate moments in his life. Only once in a while he writes "must have felt" or "possibly he felt like" but for the rest Alvin Yudkoff just plain froces his own opinions into the book. That is, to say the least, HORRIBLY ANOYING! And this isn't the only bad part of this book. To make it a true catastrophy he doesn't even bother with the last half of Gene Kelly's life. AND he uses Clive Hirschhorn's work as a safety to keep his own afloat. What a rip-off! Alvy, Dear, how do you sleep at night? I can't belive anyone claiming to be someones fan could write so carelessly about this person's life. You just can't do this to people. Ladies and gentlemen, I very VERY strongly advise you to stay far away from this terrible waste of perfectly good paper. And if you really insist on reading it, just go to a librarie it's definetly not worth the purshase price. P.S.: I would not have given this book any stars but I had to put one to post my review. Just pretend its not there.