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The last role she was any good in

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Cheers my dear.

(Peyton Place ? aaarff, no idea. But I bet it's not in Corsica.)
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Thought it was in a French movie
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Oops. Not used to that, over here it's kind of one stop shopping.
All the UK, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and 16 of the Commonwealth nations.

I confess, I do not know much of English, er, Commonwealth history?
Say what? We don't refer to Obama as the president of Washington, DC.
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And Mia Farrow is who since Peyton Place?

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Rosemary Woodhouse.
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Mia, shut ut and go sit down. Have you called your son Gandhi ? Ho Chi Min ?
Hey, at least she had the sense to change the name of the kid she had with Woody Allen from "Satchel" to "Ronan." Satchel Paige was a great ballplayer, but the Baseball Hall of Fame is not a good source for baby names. I don't even think I'd name a kid Nolan, let alone Honus, or Pie. Or Shoeless.

There's been a weird fad in the US for about 10 years, of giving kids Medieval professions as names (Conner, Cooper, Fletcher, Hunter, Chandler, Mason); friend of mine swears if he has a kid, he's going to name it "Yeoman Witch-finder." I suggested "Apothecary Minstrel," but he said the kid might get teased.
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Cheers my dear.

(Peyton Place ? aaarff, no idea. But I bet it's not in Corsica.)
If my memory serves me correctly, a late 1950s work by Grace Metalious which was televised/serialised in the mid 1960s (64 -70?) ...all sorts of folk premiered in it, including the then very young Mia Farrow...

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Rosemary Woodhouse.
Thought that was a somewhat stern woman who trained dogs....

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I called my son Ernesto Sayf-al-Islam Mengistu and his psychotherapy is working fine.
Where is the problem ?
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Just googled it.
She has about 50 children, none of them called Gandhi, or Mandela, even not Nelson.
To be fair, some of them came already named, but yeah-- those people on TLC who hoard animals-- animal control goes in, and they have 15 cats and 7 dogs in a 2-room house, and they haven't changed the litter box since the Carter administration. They get called "pet hoarders." I think there are children hoarders.

Also, she was quite good in Hannah and Her Sisters, although, I remember seeing it when it first came out, and thinking her relationship with Allen was running out of sand.
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My bitch, who is soberly called Clara, does need no psychotherapy.
However, some Schumann's sonatas still have a laxative effect on her.
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"Oops. Not used to that, over here it's kind of one stop shopping."

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Say what? We don't refer to Obama as the president of Washington, DC.
One stop meaning one country, Washington is a state.
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