Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
A Sophia Loren Christmas – everything you see I owe to spaghetti
Natalie Wood – Christmas with plastic pointsettas – the glamour that is Hollywood
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She was ahead of the botox generation by more than er a wrinkle.
If she had some strange ideas then she is certainly keeping them to herself.
You’re quite right, she voiced them later, and as reader I completely enjoyed her early books, especially one about traveling to China.
I “like” Shirley, so truly beautiful.
I do too, and I picked this photo because it’s the only one I’ve seen that completely misses her sparkle… The only one… She’s a firecracker incarnate!
Oh I so loved her books!
She is a really engaging writer, I wonder if she’s written anything lately…
The last I heard was her book about walking the El Camino in Spain. I have been meaning to read it!
Sulky Shirley, but she’s resplendent in green! The Kristen Stewart joke is verrry funny but better is the The Apartment reference. 🙂
It’s almost as good as the final line in Some Like it Hot, almost… 😉
Oh, it’s a pity I can’t remember the exit line from Some Like It Hot but, well… Nobody’s Perfect! *winks*
Love and Festive Wishes, Osgood 🙂
She did have a poker face she would assume, but she also looks like ‘fire.’ Great actress.
“I think of life itself now as a wonderful play that I’ve written for myself, and so my purpose is to have the utmost fun playing my part.”
― Shirley Maclaine
Ah! Wonderful quote…
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