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May 26, 2020


Arch Bryant

Wow! This article is impressive. You have researched this in detail. I wonder if Ida Lupino just lost a bit of interest in the musical as she became very involved with other things and as her father’s death reversed into the more distant past. The weak reviews the book got probably didn’t help much either. I wonder where the actual script is today.

Allison Burnett

Great work! Adding even more to our appreciation of a remarkable woman.

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