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Natalie Wood, born Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko, on July 20th, 1938, San Francisco, California, US, was an actress.
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the way Natalie picked up on things right away.” And over the next few years, columnists will note Natalie's frequently changing hairstyles, from European short cut to debutante, long maneto upswept; they will also comment on her series of ...
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“Natasha & Natalie . . . Her Heritage, Her Life.” Biarritz, July 1980. Green, Abel. “ Bob Blumofe, OceanHopping Liaison For UA: Revolutions All the Time.” Weekly Variety, June 24, 1959. Haber, Joyce. “The Maturing of Natalie Wood.” Toledo ...
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Cast: Ann Blyth, Farley Granger, Joan Evans, Jane Wyatt, Donald Cook, Ann Dvorak, Natalie Wood, Gus Schilling, Phyllis Kirk, Martin Milner. Producer: Samuel Goldwyn. Director: David Miller. Screenplay: F. Hugh Herbert. 93 minutes , B&W.
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Lana Wood. Natalie, too, loved clothes and shopping, loved to look ravishing. And she usually did. As adults our style of dressing diverged, Natalie preferring soft, feminine clothing and me the more tailored look. It took some years for our ...
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At age 43, Natalie Wood drowned near Santa Catalina Island, California at the time her last film, Brainstorm (1983), was in production with co-star Christopher Walken. Her death was declared an accident for 31 years; in 2012 after a new ...
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Drawing on interviews with friends, family, and colleagues, as well as private letters and diaries, the author looks beyond the public persona of the intensely private actor, chronicling Beatty's career and personal relationships.
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How can corporate America effectively target the growing flood of consumers participating in online
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" LAPD ordered the case closed immediately. The Death of Natalie Wood explores the series of events that have remained silent and uncovered, shedding new insight on the tragic demise of one of Hollywood's most famous leading ladies.
Natalie Wood from books.google.com
United in Death is a series that showcase celebrities who may not have crossed paths when they were alive but unfortunately met a similar death. This book discusses the deaths of Natalie Wood and Dennis Wilson who both passed by drowning.