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I can’t get myself moving again. I will take my time

I can’t get myself moving again. I will take my time. I will move in my own time. A kind of paralysis has gripped me. I want to see myself beautiful again. 33 more words

Bayside: Make-a-Wish and Night of the Iguana (9/13)

Make-A-Wish is the world’s largest wish-granting charity. A wish is granted every 37 minutes to a child with a life-threatening medical condition.  Make-A-Wish Central & Northern Florida has been granting wishes since 1986 and has granted more than 5,000 local wishes. 27 more words


Portrait: # 1 - Richard Burton

The first in a series of watercolour paintings of acting heroes of mine. Richard Burton was a tremendously inspirational figure to me – his work in films like… 45 more words

Best Costume Design: 1964

Actual Nominations: As with Cinematography the category was split into BW and color and featured a cross-section of epics and musicals, featuring many of the same films as were nominated for Cinematography. 404 more words

The Oscars

Best Cinematography: 1964

Actual Nominations: BW: Zorba The Greek. Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte. The Americanization Of Emily. Night Of The Iguana. Fate Is The Hunter. Colour: My Fair Lady. 305 more words

The Oscars

Sue Lyon in a basket chair

Sue Lyon: born 1946, American actress in films 1962 – 1980.

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Sue Lyon on the waterfront

Sue Lyon: born 10 July 1946, star of Stanley Kubrick’s Lolita (released 12 June 1962), Night of the Iguana (released 6 August 1964) and Irvin Kershner’s The Flim-Flam Man (22 August 1967).