I Won’t Work With A Nazi (Hollywood – From Historical to Hysterical) is the true story of people from different countries and socio-economic backgrounds seeking freedom, security and opportunity. I have touched on many different aspects: from the frustration of refugees from different classes trying to adjust to the American way, to early Hollywood of the 40’s as a child actress and meeting the famous and infamous, to the fantasy of love – movie style, to Hawaii in the 50’s, to the romance of travel, to the realities of a job, to the complications of difficult children, to the nightmares of owning property, the indignation of rape, to the bad food in jail, to the perils of dementia, the indifference of some doctors, the heartbreak of betrayal, and the seduction of the supernatural. Finally, it’s just the stories of life. I named most of the chapters with movie titles I thought appropriate. I tried to keep a comedic flow throughout the book (more like a Woody Allen film). On the cover there is a photograph of myself at 6 years old with Ralph Bellamy in full Nazi uniform, holding my hand as if he was taking me to my execution.