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A short list of actors and actresses who are still around - by no means complete.

 

*ACTRESSES*

 

Julie Andrews

Lauren Bacall

Brigitte Bardot

Claudia Cardinale

Carol Channing

Arlene Dahl

Doris Day

Barbara Eden

Olivia de Havilland

Rhonda Fleming

Joan Fontaine

June Foray

Zsa Zsa Gabor

Shirley Jones

Carla Laemmle

Angela Lansbury

Gina Lollobrigida

Marjorie Lord

Sophia Loren

Dorothy Malone

Ann-Margret

Jayne Meadows

Shirley Mitchell

Kim Novak

Maureen O'Hara

Jane Powell

Luise Rainer

Debbie Reynolds

Eva Marie Saint

Shirley Temple

Mamie Van Doren

Janet Waldo

Betty White

 

*ACTORS*

 

Sid Caesar

Kirk Douglas

George Kennedy

Christopher Lee

Jim Nabors

Christopher Plummer

Sidney Poitier

Mickey Rooney

Dick Van Dyke

Abe Vigoda

Eli Wallach

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> A short list of actors and actresses who are still around - by no means complete. ACTRESSES Julie AndrewsLauren Bacall Brigitte Bardot Claudia Cardinale Carol Channing Arlene Dahl Doris Day Barbara Eden Olivia de Havilland Rhonda Fleming Joan Fontaine June Foray Zsa Zsa Gabor Shirley Jones Carla Laemmle Angela Lansbury Gina Lollobrigida Marjorie Lord Sophia Loren Dorothy Malone Ann -Margret Jayne Meadows Shirley Mitchell Kim Novak Maureen O'Hara Jane Powell Luise Rainer Debbie Reynolds Eva Marie Saint Shirley Temple Mamie Van Doren Janet Waldo Betty White

 

> ACTORS Sid Caesar Kirk Douglas George Kennedy Christopher Lee Jim Nabors Christopher Plummer Sidney Poitier Mickey Rooney Dick Van Dyke Abe Vigoda Eli Wallach

 

I wish Christopher Lee would do an audioplay and reprise Count Dracula.

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>And let us not forget the Indian actress Zohra Sehgal, best known to us as Lili Chatterjee in the early episodes of The Jewel in the Crown. She will be 102 in April.

 

This is slightly off topic, but thank you for bringing up this wonderful series, practically my favorite anything that was ever put on screen. Peggy Ashcroft (I know she is not still with us, sadly) was so good. I read the novels and Barbie was quite a major character. She dominated the third of the four novels. I loved that dotty old woman. Dame Peggy (anything but dotty in real life, at least I hope) in her portrayal was Barby incarnate. Seeing the names of these wonderful actors who are still alive can be uplifting but not without a little sadness as well. Hope they all are happy and healthy as they can possibly be. God Bless You, Zohra.

 

Edited by: laffite on Feb 2, 2014 4:14 AM

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Lafitte, thank you for your lovely post. Jewel in the Crown was a wonderful series. Many of the actors are still working -- Geraldine James, Charles Dance, Judy Parfitt, Tim Pigott-Smith, Art Malik, Susan Wooldridge, among others. Pigott-Smith turned up on one of the early episodes of Downton Abbey, as a stubborn posh obstetrics specialist, who may have been partly responsible for the death of Sybil.

 

I had the great pleasure to see Peggy Ashcroft on stage once: as the Countess of Rousillon in All's Well that Ends Well, in London in the 1980s.

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Last night, after watching the 1945 entry in the Dr. Kildare/Dr. Gillespie series, BETWEEN TWO WOMEN, I looked up co-star Gloria DeHaven, and was pleased to find out that she's still with us.

 

The lovely Ms. DeHaven will be 89 on July 23.

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