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Welcome to the boards, Dinah!

With your background, it sounds as if you'd be a very good choice to be a TCM guest programmer, and especially of course for any films starring either of your famous and beautiful parents.

Hope to see you doing just this some day soon. If I had any pull around this place, I'd certainly help make it happen, anyway.

(...btw, I can't resist asking the following here: Do YOU look just like Number-12 TOO?...I'm sure you caught the reference here, didn't ya...probably heard this one more than a few times, haven't ya) ;) 

 

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Dinah Dillman, I was a tremendous fan of your father's career! I have often said that I was shocked he didn't become a bigger star (although working constantly for 35-40 years had to be some consolation!) As for your mother, it appears that she was a supermodel well before that concept existed in pop culture! She was, obviously, stunningly gorgeous!

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On 3/8/2020 at 6:32 PM, Dinah Dillman Kaufman said:

I am a huge fan of TCM and the daughter of Suzy Parker and Brad Dillman. I would love to be a guest programmer on the show and talk about their films. How can I make this dream come true?

 

Thanks,

 

Dinah Dillman Kaufman

I'm a member of TCM's   inner circle and I passed along your message.

I'm a nobody (really I don't know why I was selected for the inner circle),    so please don't assume my sending that e-mail will make a difference).

I first notice your father in Compulsion.     Fine actor,  as well as your mother in The Best of Everything.

 

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Hello!!!!

I'm a friend of Lynda Day George, who knew your Dad, Bradford Dillman, and I wrote a book on "FEAR NO EVIL" (Universal/NBCTV-first broadcast on March 3, 1969)-the very first feature supernatural thriller on tv. It starred Louis Jourdan, Lynda, your Dad, Carroll O'Connor, Marsha Hunt and Wilfrid Hyde-White. Directed by Paul Wendkos. My understanding it is coming out on Bluray next year sometime! Your Dad was great in this film!!!

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