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  1. I hope so. I attended for the first time in 2019. It was truly enjoyable.
  2. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/norman-lloyd-dead-106-1234951530/
  3. Norman Lloyd, Star of ‘Saboteur’ and ‘St. Elsewhere,’ Dies at 106 The actor, also an esteemed producer and director, worked with Orson Welles, Charlie Chaplin and Jean Renoir and had a long collaboration with Alfred Hitchcock during an amazing career in show business.
  4. Mr.Lloyd who worked Welles, Hitchcock and Chaplain has passed at the age of 106. https://www.nydailynews.com/snyde/ny-norman-lloyd-actor-worked-with-hitchcock-chaplin-dies-20210511-imgvhyw3e5atnpkv6iiqtiaena-story.html
  5. I would have loved to see Beymar also. This article is from 2014. Living a good life. Witness to History https://nyti.ms/1qshBzn
  6. In total agreement with your comments I absolutely love Rita. Have admired her career where her roles were not exclusively Latina. The film she was in prior to WS Story was The king and I. She portrayed a Persian character. BTW Dorothy. Dandridge was originally considered for that role but that's another long story. George is the son of Greek immigrants as you mentioned. Let's not forget Natalie wad the daughter of Russian immigrants. On Broadway Carol Lawrence ( Italian American) was Maria. Let's not forget the great Chita Rivera , a fellow Latina was Anita on Broadway. Still love you
  7. I see they go on sale in November. Is there a limit on how many they sell. I just booked a room for weekend. Roosevelt hotel is booked already.
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