Edith Bouvier Beale
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Referências[editar | editar código-fonte]
- Grey Gardens DVD - 2009 - HBO - Audio commentary with executive producers Michael Sucsy, Lucy Barzun Donnelly and Rachael Horovitz
- A Return to Grey Gardens - New York Magazine - October 29, 2006
- Martin, Douglas. "Edith Bouvier Beale, 84, 'Little Edie,' Dies", New York Times, January 25, 2002. Página visitada em 2008-04-06. “Edith Bouvier Beale, once a successful model and aspiring actress who later lived a Gothic life in Grey Gardens, a dilapidated 28-room house in East Hampton, New York, with her mother and dozens of cats, raccoons and opossums, was found dead in her small apartment in Bal Harbor, Florida, on Jan. 14. She was 84. Her nephew, Bouvier Beale, said the Dade County coroner attributed the death to a heart attack or stroke resulting from arteriosclerosis. Her cousin John H. Davis said she appeared to have been dead for five days.”
Literatura[editar | editar código-fonte]
- My Life at Grey Gardens: Thirteen Months and Beyond by Lois Wright (2005) ISBN 0-977-74620-8
- Grey Gardens: From East Hampton to Broadway, a documentary by Albert Maysles about the making of the musical Grey Gardens
- Edith Bouvier Beale: A Life In Pictures by Eva M. Beale and Anne Verlhac (2008) ISBN 2-916-95406-6
- MemoraBEALEeia: A Private Scrapbook about Edie Beale of Grey Gardens First Cousin to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis by Walter Newkirk (2008) ISBN 1-434-37449-1
Ligações externas[editar | editar código-fonte]
- Edith Bouvier Beale (em inglês) no Internet Movie Database
- Grey Gardens Online Website and Information Database
- Edith Bouvier "Little Edie" Beale (em inglês) no Find a Grave.
- Judith Mead. "Big and Little Edie Lived Here", New York Times, 2006-05-07.
- Edith Bouvier Beale - Video Collection