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vaslav37 06-02-2013 08:21

Zsa Zsa Gabor at 96
 
The Hungarian born Actress is still alive- and 96 today...

Happy Birthday Darlink...

dorydaryl 06-02-2013 12:25

She's a battler, I'll give her that!

Scarlett O Hara 06-02-2013 13:13

Love her. She's an icon in the true sense of the word and one of the last survivors of Old Hollywood.

Happy birthday, Zsa Zsa! :)

codeblue 06-02-2013 13:19

quite like darth vader

Walter Neff 06-02-2013 14:46

LOVE Zsa, Zsa! Clive James had a soft spot for her too, I remember him interviewing her after she had been jailed for slapping a cop, and she was hilarious.
Then there was the time when she was the subject of This is Your Life, and they brought her horse on stage.:D

I saw her at The Night of 100 Stars at the London Palladium in 1965. Those were the days when there were 100 Stars to put on a stage. Just a few of the names there were Gloria Swanson, Merle Oberon, Rita Moreno, Shirley Bassey, Richard Attenborough, Anna Neagle, Frankie Howerd, and Judy Garland, plus the Beatles in a flying ballet.

I paid 10 shillings and sixpence for my dress circle ticket, about 50 pence in todays currency. Happy Days! :)

LW09 06-02-2013 14:49

Lets face it, she's going to outlive us all. She'll still be here after the apocalypse.

nobabydaddy 06-02-2013 14:50

I thought she went long ago. Happy birthday! :)

Jimmy Connors 07-02-2013 14:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by Walter Neff (Post 64097653)
LOVE Zsa, Zsa! Clive James had a soft spot for her too, I remember him interviewing her after she had been jailed for slapping a cop, and she was hilarious.
Then there was the time when she was the subject of This is Your Life, and they brought her horse on stage.:D

I saw her at The Night of 100 Stars at the London Palladium in 1965. Those were the days when there were 100 Stars to put on a stage. Just a few of the names there were Gloria Swanson, Merle Oberon, Rita Moreno, Shirley Bassey, Richard Attenborough, Anna Neagle, Frankie Howerd, and Judy Garland, plus the Beatles in a flying ballet.

I paid 10 shillings and sixpence for my dress circle ticket, about 50 pence in todays currency. Happy Days! :)

Some legendary names there Walter. :cool:

As for Zsa Zsa. She's another legend, and a VERY funny lady. :)

BritFlicks1 07-02-2013 17:17

She's been "near death" at least once a year for the past 10 years.

I've never understood her appeal. She was never much of an actress. More like the 50s' version of Paris Hilton.

Fergie86 07-02-2013 21:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by LW09 (Post 64097706)
Lets face it, she's going to outlive us all. She'll still be here after the apocalypse.

She really will, she has pretty much had every illness known to man and she is still going, by the law of averages she should of died years ago. I think her Mother lived to be almost 101 so maybe it shouldn't be too much of a shock.


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