Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
The Garden of Allah novels during Hollywood’s golden years – by Martin Turnbull
THANKSGIVING MENUS – 1930 – 1938
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Oh, Dahling, you must be kidding 🙂
Count one for Eva!
This was fun! I think that Debbie looks very much like Jackie O around the eyes. Perhaps it was just the time and makeup techniques, but I saw a resemblance.
I don’t know, my friend Pink is of the opinion that Jackie O’s eyes might have had something to do with a chromosomal issue! (I think they’re both beautiful 😉 )
Her eyes were beautiful. Her voice was the odd thing.
I don’t remember it well, but kind of breathy and high? That is odd for someone so sophisticated, smart, and elegant.
Dahlink, I’m zure I don’t knooow! Ah, Green Acres! Whither, Eddie Albert?!
I’ve watched that clip about seven times, and each time she just cracks me up!
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