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“He was a happy guy. He enjoyed what he was doing. He enjoyed being famous,” Richard Zoglin told Hollywood on the Potomac about Bob Hope at a book party in his honor for the publication of HOPE: Entertainer of the Century hosted by Michael Kosmides, proprietor of CITIES, and Hollywood on the Potomac. “And there are a lot of stars you can’t say that about today. They’ve got anxieties and they’re complaining about the paparazzi. Bob Hope never complained. He loved being famous.”

“He was a hard worker and if you were paying attention, you had the opportunity to learn a lot from him,” said Tom Malatesta of his uncle Bob Hope...

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