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  1. I'm a journalist working on a project, and I'm hoping to include some current information about Sue Lyon, the actress who portrayed Lolita in the classic film. I understand she's still alive but can't find any information about where she lives, what she does or what she's done in recent years. Any information would be most appreciated!
  2. What happened to Lolita shown 2/15/17? I was watching attentively (I think). Humbert (James Mason) had just entered the house where he was sure he would find Clare Quilty (Peter Sellers). Humbert called out Quilty's name twice...AND SUDDENLY there was text on the screen over the bullet-riddled oil painting of a woman, revealing that Humbert was convicted of Quilty's murder and died in prison...THE END. I remember an entire scene of the confrontation and killing. Did TCM cut it or did I fall asleep for 21/2 minutes?
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