Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke Setting & Symbolism

Patty Duke
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Princess Phone

Patty had a princess phone in her bedroom at the Ross's, but it was not hooked up until Frank Sinatra Jr. struck up a friendship with her.

Pills

Patty Duke would often threaten to kill herself with an overdose of pills whenever she was having a manic episode. This happened most frequently in Patty's first marriage to director Harry Falk.

Private Planes

During one particular manic episode, Patty Duke would charter private planes to fly all over the country for no particular reason except to do it.

Dogs

Patty Duke would often buy and keep small dogs around her, but would often go off in the middle of a manic episode and leave them abandoned. Once, after being fired from a play, Ms. Duke left two dogs in a hotel room. Another time, Ms. Duke rented a house with a stewardess she did not know. This...

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