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[My friend Peter Sheridan is a Los Angeles-based correspondent for British national newspapers. He has covered revolutions, civil wars, riots, wildfires, and Hollywood celebrity misdeeds for longer than he cares to remember. For the past couple of years, he’s been posting terrific weekly tabloid recaps on Facebook and has graciously given us permission to run them on Boing Boing. “Hollywood Death Mysteries Solved. Natalie Wood, Bruce Lee, Sonny Bono, and David Carradine were all murdered, and Richard Burton was beaten to death. That’s according to the expert forensic authority known in academic circles as Globe magazine. I do not think it means what you think it means. Those of us who thought Sonny Bono died after skiing at high speed into a tree were evidently fooled by brilliant “drug assassins” who beat him to death and planted his body on a ski slope. Autopsy photos “could reveal Natalie Wood’s death was a murder. ” Because even though medical examiners, police and prosecutors have viewed the photos, the truth won’t be known until the Globe’s pet attorney has seen the pictures. Richard Burton got into a bar brawl two days before he died. Though officials ruled that long-standing illnesses killed the actor, the Globe assures us it was the fight that killed him. Because Swiss medical experts who examined his body didn’t have the imagination of Globe reporters. Bruce Lee was poisoned and David Carradine hanged by the same serial killer “who targets celebrities and stages their deaths to look like accidents. “David Bowie died of Aids. ” screams the National Enquirer , evidently based on the claims made by a former lover in 1987 – despite Bowie having twice taken court-ordered Aids tests and being proven Aids-free, and the lover also testing negative for the disease. Simpson was Bill Cosby’s drug dealer supplying him with knock-out drugs, and Caitlyn Jenner loves Monica Lewinsky, according to the Enquirer. More mysteries – solved. Deaths dominate this week’s celebrity magazines as well. “There are no words,” says “a friend. ” Which is true, since Celine didn’t say a word to People mag. David Bowie’s death is Us magazine’s cover story, telling of his wife “Iman’s sad goodbye. Source: Mattias bishop
The former Sydney home of a woman who lay dead on her bedroom floor for eight years is up for sale and could fetch just under $1 million for the sister-in-law who was the last to see Natalie Wood alive. Ms Wood was last seen alive by sister-in-law Enid
Siblings Natalie Wood, Courtney Wagner, and Natasha Gregson Wagner, have created a fragrance to celebrate their talented mother, the famous actress Natalie Wood. The new eau de parfum called 'Natalie,' is inspired by a scent Wood wore for the majority
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She spent her life in the movies. Her childhood is still there to see in Miracle on 34th Street. Her adolescence in Rebel Without a Cause. Her coming of age? Still playing in Splendor in the Grass and West Side Story and countless other hit movies. From the moment Natalie Wood made her debut in 1946, playing Claudette Colbert and Orson Welles’s ward in Tomorrow Is Forever at the age of seven, to her shocking, untimely death in 1981, the decades of her life are marked by movies that–for their moments–summed up America’s dreams. Now the acclaimed novelist, biographer, critic and screenwriter Gavin Lambert, whose twenty-year friendship with Natalie Wood began when she wanted to star in the movie adaptation of his novel Inside Daisy Clover, tells her extraordinary story. He writes about her parents, uncovering secrets that Natalie either didn’t know or kept hidden from those closest to her. Here is the young Natalie, from her years as a child actress at the mercy of a driven, controlling stage mother (“Make Mr. Pichel love you,” she whispered to the five-year-old Natalie before depositing her unexpectedly on the director’s lap), to her awkward adolescence when, suddenly too old for kiddie roles, she was shunted aside, just another freshman at Van Nuys High. Lambert shows us the glamorous movie star in her twenties—All the Fine Young Cannibals, Gypsy and Love with the Proper Stranger. He writes about her marriages, her divorces, her love affairs, her suicide attempt at twenty-six, the birth of her children, her friendships, her struggles as an actress and her tragic death by drowning (she was always terrified of water) at forty-three. For the first time, everyone who knew Natalie Wood speaks freely–including her husbands Robert Wagner and Richard Gregson, famously private people like Warren Beatty, intimate friends such as playwright Mart Crowley, directors Robert Mulligan and Paul Mazursky, and Leslie Caron, each of whom told the author stories about this remarkable woman who was both life-loving and filled with despair. What we couldn’t know–have never been told before–Lambert perceptively uncovers. His book provides the richest portrait we have had of Natalie Wood.
Ireland preserved ancient cracks in the walls, shellacked them with polyurethane to create a luminous sheen, preserved an uneaten sheet cake from a nonagenarian tenant's going-away party, maintained a shrine to the actress Natalie Wood, created chandeliers ...
Natalie Jean Wood, who died at the age of 86, lay unnoticed on her bedroom floor until her body was found when police searched her time-warped Sydney home in 2011. Last year, the NSW Supreme Court awarded the Surry Hills property to Enid Davis ...
David Ireland House (interior view), downstairs dining room showing details of "Shrine to Natalie Wood" (1992). Photo: Henrik Kam, courtesy 500 Capp Street Foundation The entrance of the modest house is no longer through the original front door but on 20th ...
Natalie Wood (born Natalie Zacharenko;   July 20, 1938 – November 29, 1981) was an American film and television actress best known for her screen roles in ...
Natalie Wood, Actress: West Side Story. Natalie Wood was born on July 20, 1938, in San Francisco, California, as Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko. Her parents, Maria ...
Natalie Wood; Wood en 1973: Información personal; Nombre de nacimiento: Natalia Nikoláyevna Zajárenko: Otros nombres: Natasha: Nacimiento: 20 de julio de 1938
Actress Natalie Wood co-starred in Rebel Without a Cause with James Dean. Learn more at Biography.com.