Gidget Goes to Rome

Gidget Goes to Rome

Frederick Kohner / Feb 16, 2020
Gidget Goes to Rome Me Gidget in the Eternal City Roma I call it like the natives do It was full of ancient masonry fettucine vino fountains moonlight and Jeff and meOnly there was this girl guide our chaperone
  • Title: Gidget Goes to Rome
  • Author: Frederick Kohner
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Me, Gidget, in the Eternal City Roma, I call it, like the natives do It was full of ancient masonry, fettucine, vino, fountains, moonlight and Jeff and meOnly, there was this girl guide our chaperone hired to show us Roma, a sensational Italian beauty with the same endowments as me, but of them, if you read me Jeff started cucumooching around with herSo I dMe, Gidget, in the Eternal City Roma, I call it, like the natives do It was full of ancient masonry, fettucine, vino, fountains, moonlight and Jeff and meOnly, there was this girl guide our chaperone hired to show us Roma, a sensational Italian beauty with the same endowments as me, but of them, if you read me Jeff started cucumooching around with herSo I dove, fully clothed, into the Trevi Fountain and got my dripping wet picture on every newspaper in the Eternal City Ah Rome, ah Roma, Roma, Roma
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    About "Frederick Kohner"

      • Frederick Kohner

        Frederick Kohner, born Friedrich Kohner, was an Austrian born novelist and screen writer, both in Germany and the US.He is best known for having created the Gidget novels, which inspired a series of movies, two television series, three telemovies and a feature length animated film He based the title character on his own daughter, Kathy Kohner Zuckerman.

    106 Comments

    1. The stuff I find at the Laundromat, I tell you what I can t explain what possessed me to read this The picture of Cindy Carol second blonde Gidget, third Gidget overall on the front is enough to keep one away Bad picture choice How did they manage to make this attractive 60 s film star look like an extra from Beverly Hillbillies What struck me is that the book isn t poorly written at all If you went out and got the novelization of any modern teen flick, it would make Frederick Kohner s novelizat [...]


    2. Once again Frederick Kohner turns an awful Gidget movie into a wonderful book He has rewritten the plot so as to make sense and fit perfectly into the gidget series My only problem with this book was that there was a lot of Italian words thrown into the dialogue.


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