Chapter Sixteen “It is Kay Kendall who shines brightest . . . a constant pleasure and surprise.” (Article, 2013) [WorldCat.org]
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Chapter Sixteen “It is Kay Kendall who shines brightest . . . a constant pleasure and surprise.”

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Kay arrived in Los Angeles and MGM’s press attaché took her to a rented apartment: she got one look at it and became hysterical. “It looked like an Amsterdam tart’s parlor,” recalled Dirk Bogarde, “swagged and buttoned satin, scatter cushions, an immense lilac nylon Teddy bear.” Particularly grisly, under the circumstances, was an undertaker’s sign in green neon opposite Kay’s bedroom window, repeatedly blinking  Read more...
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ISBN: 9780813122519 9780813146553
Publication:golden, eve; The Brief, Madcap Life of Kay Kendall; 110; Lexington, Kentucky : The University Press of Kentucky, 2013
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 8182672689
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Kay arrived in Los Angeles and MGM’s press attaché took her to a rented apartment: she got one look at it and became hysterical. “It looked like an Amsterdam tart’s parlor,” recalled Dirk Bogarde, “swagged and buttoned satin, scatter cushions, an immense lilac nylon Teddy bear.” Particularly grisly, under the circumstances, was an undertaker’s sign in green neon opposite Kay’s bedroom window, repeatedly blinking the message, “It’s Later Than You Think.” The phone rang at Harrisons Long Island home: it was Kay, alternately laughing and crying. “I can’t stay a night here, I’ll slit my throat, wifey! Oh, I’se sick,

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