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mrs. norman maine

Your piece on Reeve is a comfort to me in ways that I can't express. I'd try, but would get all choked up as if I were recounting Somewhere in Time (I'm one of that film's victims, too, of course).


Nice summation. Boy, Margot Kidder was a dish, wasn't she?


Hello Mrs Maine. I'm glad you liked the post. Good to see you again. Reminds me it's about time for another Wodehouse quote.

Thanks, Nance, but don't get me started about Margot.

When she was in Nichols with James Garner, she wore this white dress with a plunging neckline that...

Sorry. Lost my train of thought.

Vlado Krempl

What a nice little article.

I agree, Chris was the superman that we all had in our minds as children.
Brandon Routh is great in Returns.
But Reeve will always be superman.

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