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  1. I can't answer your question re THE WAY WE WERE, but I do like Marcia Mae Jones a lot. She could be both kind ("Clara" in HEIDI) and mean-spirited ("Lavinia" in THE LITTLE PRINCESS), and she was a great "gal pal" to the star of some films ("Olga" in MAD ABOUT MUSIC with Deanna Durbin.) I think her most best performance may have been as "Rosalie Wells" in 1936's THESE THREE. Although Bonita Granville received the majority of critical attention (and an Oscar nomination) for her performance as the malevolent brat whose lies almost ruin the lives of Miriam Hopkins, Merle Oberon and Joel McCrea
  2. The finale of ZIEGFELD FOLLIES with all those chorus girls twirling through the giant mounds of soap suds while poor Kathryn Grayson warbles that silly "There's Beauty Everywhere" is pretty far out. Also the "It's Gonna Be a Great Day" number from FUNNY LADY with Streisand dressed in a gold lame laundry bag and a bunch of girls writhing at her feet, and lest we forget the infamous "The Lady With the Tutti-Frutti Hat" number from THE GANG'S ALL HERE featuring Carmen Miranda and a bunch of chorus girls waving giant bananas. I don't think a good psychiatrist would touch those numbers with a
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