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David O. Selznick at the Grauman’s Chinese Theater premiere of “A Farewell to Arms” starring his second wife, Jennifer Jones, and Rock Hudson. December, 1957. YOU DON’T OWN ME, Chapter 12. Bigger Brighter, up at 11 Pacific Time…
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Okay kittens, I have to say moping around the house with the flu I have NO idea how Miss Monroe managed to look like this after surgery – but there you have it, the magic of Hollywood. Apologies to everybody for not responding to comments – I’ll be back at it soon.
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