Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
I SENSE TENSION ON THE SET – VICTOR FLEMING TAKES OVER FROM GEORGE CUKOR – GONE WITH THE WIND
Vickie Lester remembers reading her first racy novel…and it was banned in Boston!
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My goodness gracious, yes, I’ll just throw on my fur as it gets a bit chilly with the top down in LA…(this writes Heather as she types in a rumpled linen shirt and Old Navy gray jersey skirt. Le sigh.)
Times do change… (she types, bare footed, standing at the piano, in shorts and husband’s T-shirt)… 😉
Such a cute picture! I like that boxy tank-like car, the expressions on the ladies’ faces, their clothes, and, in the background, the reminders of a film set’s constructed reality. 🙂
I think I should have said “departed the lot”, as they probably arrived while it was still dark out in the morning!
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