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It was the girls who forced the Lost Boys to leave Wonderland and grow up
October 8, 1964, Jack didn’t call. Talked about Jack all day with Sandy. She was going to come over and talk to him when he calls, but she had to go to work. He didn’t call anyway, so Pearl … Continue reading
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My boyfriend’s broke so made me hide in the trunk of his car to get in the Drive-in.
May 16, 1964, Saturday. Bitchen day and night and DAVE. Went to the audition with Jean Louis. I was so scared….. He’s a great man. I read a cold script. He said I would be a Star someday. Said I … Continue reading
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