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Jean Seberg (1938 - 1979)

Jean Seberg: American actress, hounded by the FBI for supporting the Black Panthers and protesting the Vietnam war, lived in exile in France, found dead in a car in the back streets of Paris from an overdose of barbiturates.

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BONJOUR BALENCIAGA ~ LE DIX AND JEAN SEBERG

Bonjour Tristesse the 1958 film is from a novel by Françoise Sagan and was published when she was only 18. This stylish film is one of Otto Preminger’s best. 1,185 more words

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Jean Seberg wearing a blue scarf

Jean Seberg (1938 – 1979) Hounded by the FBI for supporting the Black Panthers and protesting the Vietnam war, Seberg lived in exile in France, until found dead in a car in the back streets of Paris from an overdose of barbiturates. 34 more words

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November 13: Happy Birthday Whoopi Goldberg and Garry Marshall

Whoopi Goldberg turns 61 today.  After appearing in an avant-garde film called Citizen: I’m Not Losing My Mind, I’m Giving it Away, she created a one-woman stage show, originally titled… 1,265 more words

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"Breathless" Trailer for 50th Anniversary

“I wanted to see if I’d be glad to see you again.” – Jean-Paul Belmondo in “Breathless”

Yes. Glad.

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Locally produced Seberg film to be shown in LA, Des Moines | Life | qconline.com

Selected from 18,000 aspiring actresses at age 17, Ms. Seberg made her acting debut in Otto Preminger’s 1957 “Saint Joan.” She starred in the Hollywood films “Lilith,” “Paint Your Wagon” and the blockbuster “Airport,” among others. 68 more words

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