.......or Hedonist with Inhibitions
She was so good in everything!RIP
A true great. And she was the perfect Anna Madrigal!
Yes, I've seen both and she was marvelous in them! A favourite actress of mine. RIP
Forever remembered - and frequently quoted - in our house:"Would you call that grape or aubergine?"
Back then I had never heard of an aubergine. If she had said eggplant or melanzane I might have gotten the reference! Which of course is why I can relate to "Moonstruck" more than "Steel Magnolias" despite its gay sensibilities. Our cultural background are powerful influences.
Yes they are. I had to look up "aubuergine" myself - they are eggplants to us down here as well. But it was indicative of the character's feminine, un-athletic side to refer to a fashion color while looking at football uniforms. I have to say that for a Yankee gal, she did pull off a well-to-do Southern matron rather well - a fine actress.BTW the author of Steel Magnolias is family - as you might expect. Look him up.