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Gloria Grahame a complete package

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HI! I'm Ro...

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And this is my sister KATHY: 

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And this is my OTHER sister Kathie: 

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And we are just here to wish YOU a HAPPY Birthday, Mr. Madhat! :) 

 

I see Miss Bronxie (and GLORIA!) got here ahead of us.. but I hope we are not TOO late to the party. Meanwhile.. may I just add..

 

Samosas for everybody!! (woo hoo!) 

 

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Hope you have a great day!! 

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A very "Happy Birthday" to you, Molo!  I hope you have a terrific day of celebrating.  Plenty of gifts and good eats!

 

It's really great to have you back and contributing.

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Hi ya Bronxie,

 

You are so sweet! Love seeing Gloria walk down that street! Thanks for the nice birthday wishes!

 

Hi there Ro,

 

and Kathy and Kathie! Ha! Thanks so much and you know I love the samosas!

 

Everybody dig in!

 

Hey there Movieman Chris,

 

Thanks and I will enjoy the snacks!

 

Howdy Frank,

 

Thanks very much for the birthday wishes!

 

It has been a fairly regular day which is totally okay with me. The best part is hearing from friends like all of you in my TCM family. I appreciate it very much. :)

 

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This photo is purloined from another current thread.

I thought it only proper that it should be included
right here at GG Central, the eponymous thread.

Thanks to CigarJoe who posted this elsewhere, with

his comment "...Gloria Grahame in a behind the

scenes photo on the set of The Naked Alibi with

director Jerry Hooper."

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https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/27/movies/film-stars-dont-die-in-liverpool-review-annette-bening.html

 

Landing lightly on the loneliness of fame and the ravages of aging, “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” is a fond farewell to a distinctive talent. Yet I couldn’t help wishing it had spent less time anticipating Grahame’s death and a little more illuminating her life.

Jeannette Catsoulis

 

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I'm not looking forward to seeing that....but will see it eventually. Interviews with the guy who lived with her & wrote it made it sound like a sordid cash grab. Not the way I'd like to remember Grahame.

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