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What Do They Have in Common?


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Correct Star that's close enough. The answer was Earthquakes.

 

Bette Davis- The Sisters

Lana Turner- Green Dolphin Street

Jeanette MacDonald- San Francisco

Ava Gardner- Earthquake ( starring Charlton Heston)

Myrna Loy- The Rains Came ( the earthquake came first and caused the monsoons)

 

Good work, your thread Star :)

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All played characters who did the same thing..Dunne did it first, then Webb in the 40's, .Lynley and Hope in the 60's

Irene Dunne- Theodora Goes Wild

Clifton Webb -  Sitting Pretty

Carol Lynley - Return To Peyton Place

Bob Hope - Bachelor In Paradise

 

Each character they played has written a book in the films

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Not exactly but it's sorta close. They were all married to men they worked with on their shows, they didn't marry them while on the show they were married before their hit shows. and in Desi's case a jack of all trades (maybe not writer) Not just producers, the were writers, directors and they formed production companies together. Yes all divorced their spouses, one might make a link about how these mega successful women who worked so closely with their husbands on their hit shows ALL wound up getting divorced.

 

Libby you can have the thread

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Right  Azure!  they all did 'double duty' in portraying identical twins...

 

Bette Davis--A Stolen Life

Danny Kaye--Wonder Man

Olivia de Havilland--The Dark Mirror

Lily Tomlin--Big Business

Jeremy Irons--Dead Ringers

 

your thread, Azure!

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