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Nonagenarian birthdays in July

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Actress Kathryn Adams ("Saboteur"), 96 on 7-15


Actress Lola Albright ("A Cold Wind in August"), 92 on 7-20


Actress Adrian Booth ("The Gallant Legion"), 99 on 7-26


Actor Carleton Carpenter ("Two Weeks with Love"), 90 on 7-10


Comedian Professor Irwin Corey aka The World's Foremost Authority ("Car Wash"), 102 on 7-29


Actress Olivia de Havilland ("Gone with the Wind"), 100 on 7-1


Actress Gloria DeHaven ("The Doctor and the Girl"), 91 on 7-23


Actress Helen Gallagher (Ryan's Hope), 90 on 7-19


Game show announcer Johnny Gilbert (Jeopardy!), 92 on 7-13


Director Norman Jewison ("The Thomas Crown Affair"), 90 on 7-21


Actress Mildred Kornman ("Our Gang" 1926-1930), 91 on 7-10


Boxer Jake LaMotta (real-life "Raging Bull"), 95 on 7-10


Producer Norman Lear (All in the Family), 94 on 7-27


Actor Michael Medwin ("Carry on Nurse"), 93 on 7-18


Documentarian D.A. Pennebaker ("Don't Look Back"), 91 on 7-15


Singer Carmel Quinn (Arthur Godfrey and his Friends), 91 on 7-31


Actress Jean Rouverol ("It's a Gift"), 100 on 7-8


Actress Eva Marie Saint ("On the Waterfront"), 92 on 7-4


Actor Harry Dean Stanton ("Paris, Texas"), 90 on 7-14


Singer Kay Starr ("Wheel of Fortune"), 94 on 7-21


Actress Miiko Taka ("Sayonara"), 91 on 7-24


Composer Mikis Theodorakis ("Zorba the Greek"), 91 on 7-29


Singer Sue Thompson ("Norman"), 91 on 7-19


Actress Lupita Tovar (Spanish-language version of "Dracula"), 106 on 7-27



















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Who's going to buy all of the candles for these birthday parties? Better have the fire department on high alert. :)


What a great list! I know Helen Gallagher -- great gal! One of the Broadway musical theater's legends.

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Wow, Lola Allbright. I remember her best as Edie on Peter Gunn.


Their scenes together were a big part of the show. Visiting Mother's (was that it) and having those little chats outside looking at the bay (yes? my memory banks are being challenged). Hardly chats, some of them. Lots of silences. The conversations were at times rather cryptic (as I try and remember). Even to the point of wondering "What they hell are they talking about?" Very stylized. Those scenes were very sophisticated for the times, or no? (a random thought). I don't really remember a whole lot of this, just musing. I would be corrected, most willingly.


Keep goin', Lola. Hoping you are in good health.







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