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Jan 29 17 4:03 PM
Jan 29 17 4:11 PM
Just to be clear, the doubts I've heard registered are more about the Flynn/Barrymore tale, than the Barrymore/Barrymore one.
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Jan 30 17 12:19 PM
TomWeaver999 wrote: "Yeah, five minutes to put the wreath on the grave, and six hours to drive back and forth!"
Jan 30 17 12:34 PM
rvoyttbots wrote:I like the story David Niven told about being a pallbearer at an actor`s funeral. The deceased was obese & they had to carry the coffin a great distance. It slipped out of their hands and proceeded to slide down a steep hillside of the cemetery with the pallbearers running after like the Keystone Kops.
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Jan 30 17 1:09 PM
TomWeaver999 wrote: Heck, I get nothing out of standing a few feet from family members' corpses either.
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Feb 3 17 9:46 AM
Ferncliff is the final resting places for many other notables including composer Harold Arlen, who wrote "Over The Rainbow," one of Garland's most famous hits from the movie "The Wizard of Oz."
Among the celebrated departed still at Ferncliff, according to the cemetery website, are Yul Brynner, Joan Crawford, Ed Sullivan, Thelonious Monk, Jim Henson, Christopher Reeve, novelist James Baldwin, Betty Furness, Moss Hart, Malcolm X and John Lennon.
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