The Entertainment World has lost 3 entertainers

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  1. ccheese

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    The Entertainment World has lost three great entertainers.

    Deborah Kerr... who people remember as the girl Burt Lancaster kissed in
    the surf, in "From Here To Eternity" passed away yesterday.

    Theresa Brewer... The little gal with the powerful voice, also died yesterday.

    And Joey Bishop.... the last of the Sinatra "Rat Pack" died, yesterday, also.

    The will live on in recordings, TV clips and old movies.....

    Charles....:cry:
     
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    Yes, she was great in "From Here To Eternity". Also a wonderful performance (along with Robert Mitchum) in "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison" (my wife's favorite war movie).

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    I remember that one, TO.... she was the nun !!

    Charles

     
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    Joey Bishop and Deborah kerr were 'class" acts all the way.

    They will be remembered for a long long time.

    I have the DVD's for "From here to Eternity" and "Heaven Knows Mr. Allison".

    "Heven Knows" is one of my favorite movies. Back in 1969 when I saw it for the first time, it got me interested in the war in the Pacific.
     
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    And a good looking nun at that Charles. Robert Mitchum thought so, and I did also.

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