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August 22, 1999 | ROBIN ABCARIAN, Robin Abcarian last profiled Farrah Fawcett for the magazine
Exactly kitty-corner from the Beverly Hills Hotel, at a somewhat faded but once grand Italianate home, a maid answers a side door and ushers a visitor in. A few minutes later, Lee Minnelli enters her vast pale-peach living room. Petite and chic, she's in black leggings and a black sweater under an open white cotton shirt, blond hair tucked behind her ears, flipping up slightly at the nape of her neck.
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August 22, 1999 | ROBIN ABCARIAN, Robin Abcarian last profiled Farrah Fawcett for the magazine
Exactly kitty-corner from the Beverly Hills Hotel, at a somewhat faded but once grand Italianate home, a maid answers a side door and ushers a visitor in. A few minutes later, Lee Minnelli enters her vast pale-peach living room. Petite and chic, she's in black leggings and a black sweater under an open white cotton shirt, blond hair tucked behind her ears, flipping up slightly at the nape of her neck.
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September 26, 1999
Although the Aug. 22 issue was devoted to fashion, couldn't you have found a more worthy and interesting person to interview than the shallow Lee Minnelli ("The Divine Mrs. M," by Robin Abcarian)? Minnelli's only accomplishments in life were finding and exploiting rich husbands and gluing on false eyelashes. Pathetic! Marylin Schultz Simi Valley
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April 4, 2002 | ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Entertainer Liza Minnelli has been accused in a Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit of neglecting her 94-year-old stepmother and selling her longtime Beverly Hills home "out from under her." As the entertainer was sitting down March 16 to a lavish New York wedding supper with groom David Gest and "850 of their closest friends," her stepmother faced losing her home of many years, according to lawyer Tamara L. Green.
NEWS
April 27, 1993 | BETTY GOODWIN
The Scene: Hollywood book launch for Vanity Fair correspondent Dominick Dunne's latest tome, 'A Season in Purgatory." The novel from Crown revisits familiar Dunne territory--the wretched rich. Sunday night's cocktail party at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills was hosted by VF's L. A. editor, Wendy Stark. The Buzz: The gathering of the ancien regime of Hollywood society ("Richard Gully and Lee Minnelli in the same room--the old guard lives!"
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July 31, 1986 | JERRY BELCHER, Times Staff Writer
Motion picture director Vincente Minnelli was eulogized Wednesday by actors Gregory Peck and Kirk Douglas as an artist whose work will live as long as there are films. The 83-year-old Minnelli, winner of an Oscar for "Gigi" and director of other musical classics such as "Meet Me in St. Louis," died Friday after a long struggle against emphysema.
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August 3, 1990 | THE TIMES FASHION STAFF
Just when you thought you'd heard the last of Zsa Zsa Gabor's ordeal, here comes another volley. To whit: The floral dress she was wearing on the day she was arrested is for sale at The Address, a shop in Santa Monica that specializes in new and used clothing. The brilliant pink-and-yellow floral print, full-skirted dress has a sleeveless black bodice and a matching floral print bolero jacket. The asking price for this moment of history is $500.
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May 23, 1990 | JEANNINE STEIN, TIMES SOCIETY WRITER
Photographers wanted to photograph Jane Fonda. The press wanted to talk to her. The guests wanted to meet her and be photographed with her and be interviewed with her. Someone asked designer Arnold Scaasi if he knew her. "I don't know Jane," said Scaasi, slowly surveying the human beehive that buzzed around the star, "but she's very busy." Indeed.
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August 2, 1997 | DON HECKMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Liza Minnelli's voice wasn't exactly her best friend Thursday in the opening performance of a three-night run at the Pantages Theatre. But it didn't really matter--for two important reasons. First, an overflow crowd was with her all the way--so enthusiastic, so eager to shout "Bravo, Liza," to applaud the opening bars of every familiar number, that it probably would have cheered if she had simply chanted the lyrics to her songs.
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