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March 23, 2010

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JR in "Grand Hotel" is young and tragic and beautiful, so unlike what she became in later life.

That should be "JC" - which looks like someone else, so I probably should avoid initials altogether.

Laura, I didn't know Jim Cummins was in "Grand Hotel."
Stacey

He was either the impoverished baron or the aging ballerina - I can't remember which.

People forget how beautiful she was once.

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