9 May 2012 7:00 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Each month, scads of celebrity memoirs come out, and we hold out hopes for juicy tidbits about the loves and lives of the famous. Sometimes they deliver the dirty goods (Frank Langella’s recently released Dropped Names comes to mind, in which he dishes about his affair with Rita Hayworth and salivates over older ladies), but often they are overly circumspect and purged of dirt, with celebrities too reserved to reveal the nitty-gritty. But we continue to dive into these tomes as they are released, determined to see what kind of juicy nuggets we can pass on to you. Vulture went through three of this month’s celebrity memoirs — Sissy Spacek’s My Extraordinary Ordinary Life, Steve Guttenberg’s The Guttenberg Bible (of course), and Garry Marshall’s My Happy Days in Hollywood — to see if we could find any worthwhile morsels for you to chew on. Sissy SpacekFalse Starts: »

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