You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To:

The Letters of Paul “Buddy” Frees and Annelle Frees

World War II was a difficult time for separated couples everywhere. Paul “Buddy” Frees would soon become one of America’s most popular voice-over artists. Audrey “Annelle” Frees was the love of his life. One of them wouldn’t make it through the war. This is the story of their all-too-short marriage, told in the letters they wrote to each other.

With the exclusive cooperation of Annelle’s family, author Ben Ohmart has painstakingly edited this moving collection of personal correspondence into a volume that paints a remarkable picture of two wartime lovers just beginning their life together.

You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To is a companion book to Ohmart’s popular biography Welcome, Foolish Mortals: The Life and Voices of Paul Frees.

Author Biography

Paul Frees is best known for his voice acting work on MGM, Walter Lantz, and Walt Disney theatrical cartoons during the golden age of animation and for portraying villain Boris Badenov on TV’s The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. He was known in Hollywood as the Man of a Thousand Voices.

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