- It''s aerobic.\
It''s aerobic AND anaerobic.\
- beat her to death with a wire hanger
- Come dressed as Supergirl and run in circles around her exercise bike really fast.
- How does she look these days OP?
- Every time you pass her sing "The Needle and the Damage Done" in a just barely audible voice.
- OP, WHY CAN’T YOU GIVE HER THE RESPECT THAT SHE COULD GET FROM ANY STRAAAANGER IN THE STRANGER! SHE DON’T ASK MUCH FROM YOU GIRRRRL!
- Walk by her and, while pretending to talk into your cell, cry, "Barbara! Barbara, please!"
- Get her in a cab and drive the wrong way up (or down) a New York City Street.
- Miss Dunaway has only one thing to say to you, op...
- Go up and talk to her about it, op.\
Let me give you a preview.
- Tell her that her jazzercise routine reminds you of Bonnie Parker''s slow-mo gunshot demise.
- She LOVES to talk about Mommie Dearest, OP. Refer to her as Miss Crawford and quote the movie.
- Pluck a stray hair from her scalp.
- Set up a card table in front of her treadmill, sit behind it, and say:\
"Your jogging routine has no BONES." *snap* *snap* *snap*\
"You better get SERIOUS, girl... and DO IT!"
- Hang wire hangers on her locker, of course.
- Ask her if Mr. Mayer and the fans realize the price she pays through all her exercise.\
Oh, and find out how Carolann is doing!
- Honestly, if you wanted to get some real info from her start her on Network and go from there. I''m sure she wants to talk about herself. Then at some point call her "Joan" and watch what happens.
- Ask her if it was "Mommie Dearest" that killed her career, or the fact that she portrayed one of Hollywood''s most beloved stars as an evil, drunken, child-abusing shrew.\
I''ll bet you it was the second one.
- OP how does she act at the gym?
- Come on OP answer the question. How does she act at the gym? We can probably come up with some great ideas for you if we knew how she was acting towards you and others.
- Ask her is she misses the fried alligator and poke sallet from when she was a little girl during the Depression.
- She''s a small town hick from the Florida panhandle. What else does she have going for herself other than being a bitch.
- Is that Miss Sally Field at R23?
- Fadaway goes to a public gym at about age 70?\
- She does go to a public gym and she sweats like you would not believe! She also does not wear make-up etc and has very little in the way of hair that actually belongs to her.\
She hogs the the bike for hours at a time doing a mild peddle, esp when she knows there is a 20 min max in peak time.\
I have to say she really scares the shit out of me!
- charlie, Dunaway is notoriously low on cash--she squandered what little she had on the film rights for "Master Class." It makes perfect sense she goes to a public gym.
- Not sure why she has such a high opinion of herself, OP.\
She''s not a very good actress, and is a nobody nowadays anyway.
- She may be a horrible person--I don''t know.\
But she''s a fantastic performer.
- She only has one Oscar.
Katharine "4 Oscars" Hepburn
- When she is endlessly on the bike get in front of her and act out full scenes from Mommie Dearest for her. Then run.\
Cool to know she doesn''t have much hair. I''ll think and that one for awhile and get back to you.
- Go up to her, look her in the face and say "I worked with bigger monsters than you at Bally''s for years. This ain''t my first time at the rodeo. So, DON''T FUCK WITH ME LADY!!!"
- But Katharine, you''re dead. And I''m alive.
- This thread has me in tears. The best line tonight:\
"ANY STRAAAANGER IN THE STRANGER!"
- "So. . .howdya feel when Madonna played Eva Peron? I mean, I know you had played Eva Peron, too. . .on TV. So howdya feel when, of all people, MADONNA, got to play her on the big screen? I mean--come on! MADONNA? Oh my God. I''ll give you some ''Box office poison''!"
- When she''s on the bike, stalk up to her and snarl, "Dammit! French Riviera Spa is MY place!"
- I will keep all of those in mind, I''m just grateful I don''t have to see her in the locker room, she is a big matted hair ball by the time she has finished. Nylon hair and sweat is not a good mixture!!
- Well then I''m glad the broke nasty old broad is at least staying fit. She has been good in lots of films. But I guess she is a bit of a horror and she did herself no favors with bad plastic surgery.
- She''s pretty scarey. I think I''d have to stay away from the gym when I knew she was there
- This cunt made Patti LuPone seem like a trip ''round the maypole at a field day in May. And, believe me, I should know. Bitch can''t even sing.
ALW, composer/producer of SUNSET BLVD: THE MUSICAL
- Just remember Carol Ann. Faye''s not mad at you. She''s mad at the sweat.
- Op, a public gym? Like at the recreation center?\
FD lives two blocks from my house. The high school kids have graffiti''d her wall a couple of times (that I''ve seen).
- No it''s not public it''s a private membership but anyone who can afford it can join. I think she gets some kind of deal because of who she is.
- Are you implying that I have a stinky pussy R37?
- Forget it, Jake. It''s Chinatown.
A part of me wonders if Faye Dunaway would laugh at someone coming up to her stationary bike and acting out a monologue from Mommy Dearest.\
But, then, another part of me thinks she would beat the hell out of you for doing that.\
I really do not want to see OP get hurt and have his (or her) next thread be about how Faye Dunaway beat them down at the gym. \
Has anyone read her autobiography? Maybe OP could be given some quotes from that. I heard that her autobiography is horrid.
- Ask her if she got enough funding to see "Master Class" finished. And if she ever found her phone charger.
- I would love to have seen Faye as Norma Desmond, talk about perfect casting!
- People only want to focus on the negative of her career. That Crawford movie really did a number on her, which is unfortunate because she is one of the greats. She was robbed of an Oscar nomination for "Barfly", a movie that could and should have jumpstarted her career.\
She still works, however, and turns in a few gems such as "The Gene Generation" and "Say it in Russian"
- Does her autobio skip Mommie Dearest or is it a case of she won''t discuss it in interviews but saved up her feelings for her own book?
- It''s been years since I read the book, but she does discuss the movie, and places the blame for its failure on the director and the book itself. The director wasn''t competent enough to tell Faye when to reign her performance in. She also slams the book as a hatchet job.
- Thank you R52!
- Faye's joined twitter, she seems quite sane and normal. Do you think she is acting?
I totally agree. She gave a wonderful performance in Barfly.
I was watching Rosie's show on OWN the other night and she was interviewing Jane Fonda. Fonda said that she didn't think she could play her role in Klute, so she suggested to the director that he cast Faye Dunaway instead. Several members of the audience LAUGHED, and Rosie actually admonished them saying that Faye was a beauty and talent back in the day.
I feel sorry for Dunaway. She is a talented actress, and she doesn't get the recognition for her legacy. She did as many notable films as Fonda or Burstyn ever did. I hope she gets her comeback someday.
- I'd just walk up to her and say:
"Faye….I'd like to talk to you.
IN THE OTHER ROOM."
- R54, why did you dredge this up, when the thread died its natural death in May, 2010?
- I eat old people's excrement. In 2010 and 2011!!
- She was very good in "Chinatown", a great movie and one of the few good ones about L.A.
- Now you've embarrassed me in front of a Datalounger.
A DATALOUNGER! *grabs shirt*
- R57 must be a real BLAST at parties. I bet she's on every winter hostess short list for 2012.....
- Faye Dunnaway starred in three notably classics: "Bonnie and Clyde," "Chinatown," and "Network". Sure, "Mommie Dearest" was an over the top mess, but that shouldn't be the movie that defines her career when at her peak she had a remarkable track record of great performances in landmark movies.
Not even Meryl Streep can say that she has three notable classics under her belt.
- "NOTABLE" not "notably", dear.
- I'm with R50 and R55. I know it's an old thread and OP is likely long gone, but if I were in his place, I'd arrange to be near the door when she was on her way out, and I'd say, "Excuse me, Miss Dunaway, I'm a big fan of yours and have loved your work in so many films."
Then, depending on how she reacted, I would be friendly toward her and hope that one day she might let me buy her a cup of coffee and listen to stories about anything she wanted to talk about.
I know that sounds stalkerish, but I would also be ready to fade into the background and never acknowledge her again, should she not react in a friendly or positive manner to my initial introduction.
She was stunningly beautiful and very talented back in the day, and she must have a million fascinating stories to tell. Why not find out if she's open to a casual friendship with someone who respects her work.
OP and so many of you sound like insufferable jerks.
- Thank you, insufferable grammar queen, R63 for pointing out such a glaring typo.
By the way: if you're going to use quotations it's best to put the comma within the quote not outside the quote. It should be "NOTABLE" not "notably," dear.
- She can SEE you!
- R64, you sound marvellous.
- She makes me nervous, and I'm on the other side of the monitor:
- Show her YOUR oscar.
- Is Barfly an adverb?
- Tell her Bette Davis is watching her from the grave (and still hates her -- "inexplicably", according to Faye).
- "I raise my glass NEVER to Ms. Faye Dunaway! Never, NEVER!"
- Wait until she's doing one of these, then have your baby daughter walk right in front of her...and kick her in the cunt!
- Faye used to be a natural beauty, but today she has Plastic Surgery Face.
- she put the pork in ham
- Tell her how much you loved her in "Fatal Attraction."
- Oh, Mer-Mer..finally we agree on something!
- She is a very talented, intelligent woman, and yes, used to be a great beauty. But she is clearly in need of help, and has been for some time. In her autobiography, I faintly recall a passage where she basically dissed therapy as being a sham. I think she needs to give it another try. Possibly needs some mood stabilizers as well.
- She just looks awful in the pictures at R74's link. And she was a great beauty when she was younger.
- Tear down that BITCH of a neck wattle - and put some CHEEKBONES where they OUGHT TO BE!
- Go up to her and say you can't remember HOW many times you have stood behind her in line at the Ralphs on Fountain and La Brea and it's nice to see her getting out.
(Not the Rockin Ralph's on Sunset, the other one.)
- Show her a picture of you presenting your hole
- I've heard from many sources that she won't let her hair and makeup people look her in the eye while working on her. She's seriously messed up.
THAT'S what's killed her career; not a cult film.
- I don't get it either. It's like Dunaway personally injured the posters on this thread.
I've heard of her being pretentious, but I've heard of lots of public people doing the same thing. I've heard of her being a bitch, but she was never a bitch to me since I haven't met her and I bet you haven't either.
She had plastic surgery but they all have.
She was a terrific actress and a great beauty.
In other words, what the FUCK did she ever do to you?
- Don't do or say anything OP. Ignoring that old has been coaster is the best revenge. She'll be really twisted that no one "recognizes" her
- Whom are you quoting, R85? Your venom might be more effective if you knew how to punctuate. But probably not.
- I saw her in Malibu about a year ago. She was sat at a table in the kid's play area, eating a sandwich. She was sitting on her own, her hair tied back, no make-up at all.
I desperately wanted to go and say something to her but had heard so many horror stories about her that I decided against it.
I watched as a young woman went up to her, I couldn't hear the conversation but Faye let out this roaring laugh, very scary sounding, like a villian's cackle and she then made this "shoo, shoo" gesture with her hands to the woman who'd approached her. The woman walked off, she didn't look upset or anything so I have no idea what their brief conversation was about, but I presume Faye wanted rid of her immediately.
- Does someone like her ever reach the point where they're actually friendly to people who approach them in public because they're just grateful anyone remembers them?
- I think Dunaway is a bit pissed at the public because she has given them some really great performances and all they want to talk about is Mommie Dearest. I can't really blame her for being abrasive. At this point, she's paid her Hollywood dues and doesn't owe anything to anyone.
Btw, here's a pic of her looking unbelievably gorgeous. I think "The Thomas Crown Affair" was the height of her beauty.
- I'd think most people would want to talk to her about "Bonnie & Clyde", "Chinatown" and "Network". The only people really interested in "Mommie Dearest" are the gays, and we all know better than to ask her questions about that film.
- My friend lives across the street from her and has heard her screaming at the help.
- She was directing a short on the Warner backlot one day when I happen to meet someone there for lunch and I was thrilled -- but SO knew better than to approach her while she was working. Tiny woman, major charisma, total legend.
Funny, she is one of those that I wouldn't expect to be anything but haughty and a bit diva-esque. It's her star persona and I wish we had more of that kind today -- instead of "stars" that look like they work at Starbucks.
In other words, Faye is one of those from my youth that can do NO WRONG with me. So give her the old proverbial respect. :) Smile and say, "I like your work" and see what happens.
- Walk up to her the next time she's parked on the stationary bike and say "I might as well have '24 Hour Fitness' tattooed on my backside!" and slap your ass.
- Tell her you thought she was brilliant as Granny Clampett in "The Beverly Hillbillies".
- 4 or 5 years ago I was at the Whole Foods store in Los Angeles across from the Grove shopping center. I was shopping the produce, and noticed these odd creature, fidgety, picking out things. She was white as a ghost, gym clothes, face so tight, hat, long long hair tied back. She was an odd sight, but living in Los Angeles, you see these women often, pulled - tight- asian- yet caucasian. I have my earphones on while listening to my ipod when I hear a woman yelling. I lower the volume and it's this odd creature again, yelling at the Fish Seafood people who cut the fish etc etc. She is yelling about cutting it right, how much she want's. It's really serious for her. The young latino guys behind the counter, kinda look at this women and her reactions as a looney tunes, as they kinda smile, like, Um somebody help me. Then in all her rage says, Forget it! Slaps the countertop and huffs off, and leaves the area. Okay, so it's been like 5 minutes, now Im at the section, where at that time the garlic, etc was right next to the fish department. Her she comes racing back AS IF NOTHING had happened,except now there's a small line of people. She almost cuts in front of a mother and her daughter, but says, so loudly, Oh no your in front of me, go ahead I will wait. Then starts to jog in place, and starts talking about exercising, endorphins etc etc. It was sooooo odd. But this time I had a closer closer look, heard the voice clearer, and the fact that she had that silly reality show about Actresses premiering on the CW with Vivica Fox, I knew who it was... FAYE DUNAWAY!
And people stop with the analysis, your not therapists. She isn't this way because she doesn't get the respect from Hollyweird. The bitch is crazy, point blank, highly highly either medicated or just loopey. Save the analysis for therapist, She on something. And she in danger gurl!
- Tell her you have a dick bigger than Warren Beatty's and you know how to use it.
- SHE has a bigger dick than Warren Beatty's.
- "Your salmon has no BONES." *snap* *snap* *snap*
"You better get SERIOUS, girl... and FILET IT!"
Faye, jogging at the fish counter
- But it's got all this red juice when I push on it!
- Everybody sweats.
- Tell her you just loved her on The Starlett.
- Am I wrong in thinking that if Dunaway had done what Bette Davis & Shirley Maclaine reccomended, she could have become a great legend, and continued her career ? They both said, at a certain point, forget about the beauty aspect, and go for good roles. Become a character 'star', and forget the cosmetic beauty, you had earlier on.
It's basically letting go of ego, and vanity, and facing reality. You get more respect, and you may even win an Oscar- as Maclaine did in 'Terms Of Endearment'. Think of the scene where she's screaming " Give my daughter the shottttttttt". No make-up, looking frazzled.Or Davis, in 'Baby Jane'. For God sake, Dunaway is 70 - she's still stuck in time, thinking she just starred in 'Chinatown'. Sad, and pathetic. And after reading earlier comments, I do believe she's bi-polar, or has some untreated mental illness. People, even stars, just are not that crazy ALL
- I loved her in "Driving Miss Daisy." Why, I really believed Hoke was her best friend.
- In THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR she took pictures of trees without leaves ..."November pictures, not quite fall, not quite winter", according to Joe Turner (Robert Redford), who kidnapped her.
She was tremendous in the film, one of my all-time favorites from 1975 that still resonates deeply today.
- Get right up into her ear and whisper "I CAN SMELL YOUR CUNT!"
- "Am I wrong in thinking that if Dunaway had done what Bette Davis & Shirley Maclaine reccomended, she could have become a great legend, and continued her career ? They both said, at a certain point, forget about the beauty aspect, and go for good roles. Become a character 'star', and forget the cosmetic beauty, you had earlier on. It's basically letting go of ego, and vanity, and facing reality."
I think this is exactly right. There's a reason (beyond just being a great actress) why Judi Dench is constantly working in major films - because she looks like the old lady she is! And she can therefore be credible playing a wide variety of women of her own age.
Whereas I think these actresses like Dunaway who go for such drastic surgery I think are actually just limiting their opportunities to work - they don't look real anymore, so they can't really play anything except a rich New York/LA woman who would have had plastic surgery.
- "Faye Dunnaway starred in three notably classics: "Bonnie and Clyde," "Chinatown," and "Network". "
Don't forget "Three Musketeers" and "Four Musketeers", which are the best version of the old story ever made and which are genuine classics. I recommend a viewing to any Datalounger who hasn't seen them. Also, "The Towering Inferno" may not be a classic, but it's sure memorable.
Of course, both are ensemble films, not dominated by Ms. Dunaway's performance. I don't suppose her fans love them the way they love "Network".
- RE : 106
- Years ago when she was filming "Avonlea" up here in Canada, one of the producers or directors stated in a newspaper that he was well aware of Faye's ability to be "high maintenance", but she was a total pro and pleasure to work with on the set.
- Tell her that you're glad that she's finally taking up the treadmill and surely she'll get rid of that fat in no time.
- None of these awful things are true!
Well…maybe just a LITTLE true….
- Tell her you loved her on Three's Company
- [quote] she was a total pro and pleasure to work with on the set.
That's what they'll always say to the press.
- We loved her in "Trog."
- She just completed a stint as Jessica Corbett on Nightshade, that show starring Mariette Hartley, Monte Markham and Amy Steel. She did a great job.
- What the hell is Nightside ?
Faye is a great actress. Is she demented by the way?
- I'd walk up to her and ask for her hot son's phone number.
Yes, her son looks presentable and sweet.
You believe that he is her natural son or you believe the bad rumors that say he is not her physical child?
- Ask her who her trainer is, and when she first tells you she's her sister....
- He's my son! He's my brother! He's my father!
- She was good in Alias.
- She was great in so many movies actually.
However, tell me, do you think that her son looks like her?
- That's right OP, go out of your way to taunt an elderly unstable woman to make yourself feel better.
Mind your own business. Respect her age if that is all you can respect and leave her alone.
At some point, if you live long enough, you will ge grateful to yourself for having been wise enough to avoid indudge in casual unprovoked cruelty.
And get some help with the anger.
She had a strange rare beauty in her.
She has been excellent in many movies, there is no doubt about that.
- [quote] Tear down that BITCH of a neck wattle - and put some CHEEKBONES where they OUGHT TO BE!
- well said r125 - what the OP should do is watch - he probably hasn't seen any of them - Chinatown or Network or 3 Musketeers or Thomas Crown Affair or .... or even enjoy the awfulness of Mommie Dearest, and thank Faye for the continuing pleasure her greatest hits gives us.
- Hum "As If We Never Said Goodbye" in her presence and see what happens.
- [quote]Of course, both (Musketeer movies) are ensemble films, not dominated by Ms. Dunaway's performance. I don't suppose her fans love them the way they love "Network"
I love them too. Dunaway is really wonderful and at the peak of her looks. Likewise Michael York, who is so good-looking that it almost hurts to look at him.
- I thought she was executed decades ago for the foul murder of Raquel Welch.
- Anyway, when you pretend Mommie Dearest is from the 50s, a period that had overwrought melodrama and "stage-y" acting, the movie isn't nearly as horrific as people make it out to be. All the various actresses who portrayed Tina were almost always the weakest link and ultimately what destroyed the movie.
- I agree r152, they did a good job of capturing the feel of Joan's movies, almost like if Todd Haynes had made it.
- Do you think she'll ever have a comeback?
- It's not that great of a film but I love her in the Eyes of Laura Mars.
She doesn't need to have a comeback.
She offered a lot in the screen, let's not be greedy and demand the impossible from people who gave us glimpses of perfection through their performances. Personally, i don't care if she played in bad movies recently. She has proved herself in my eyes and i find her unique as an actress. I don't care about her latest facelifts either. She has been really astonishing. Let's not forget that and let's not be so unfair to her if she is a bit crazy!
- R135 i loved her in this film too and i think this movie is underrated. It's not great, but it's really absorbing and very intriguing. So, it's great in a way!
In addition, some scenes from this movie are very memorable and the Barbra Streisand song is an extra gift to this flick.
- A woman in her 70s still goes to the gym? Doesnt she have her own private one ? Surely she cant be that poor ..
- Christ, look at one of the pictures at the link R136 posted. What a fucking cavalcade. In particular, Janet looks like her hair is modelled on a bustle, and Joan looks like a frumpy character from Mexican day of the dead.
- I agree, R136. Faye Dunaway has given us performances that will be talked about for decades to come. She has earned her greatness.
I find the Faye mocking has more to do with people's own insecurities about aging and careerism. She is an example of how American society mistreats talented, beautiful, and assertive women, and turns them into caricatures.
- Faye and Steve have fun there...
- She goes to the gym? Do they do plastic surgeries now?
- Stop Lana Kane, stop it sweetie, stop it!
You love Faye, don't you?
- My favourite Faye Dunaway movies are:
Puzzle of a Downfall Child
Three Days of the Condor
Eyes of Laura Mars
The Thomas Crown Affair
Voyage of the Damned
Bonnie and Clyde
- She is directing a movie based on Master Class. I hope we get some gossip from the set.
- God she was wonderful--Faye Dunaway may be our last classic, living movie star.
Talent. Beauty. Charisma. That special something.
She appealed to both men and women and I can't think of a contemporary actress who has that quality--are you going to tell me that Jennifer Aniston, whom women like, has anything approaching Ms. Dunaway's talent?
I don't care that she's a bit off in fact, I think it adds to her legend.
She's great enough to have to be a little crazy.
- Why did Bette Davis hate her so much. Did they work on a picture together? I can't remember.
- R147, i find the answer of your question in the link below. In the comments, someone wrote about that:
'I suspect she (Bette Davis) scrutinized Faye Dunaway more due to Faye's portrayal of Joan Crawford in "Mommie Dearest". Bette, at that time, had a similar falling out with her daughter as Joan and Christina. When you combine tabloid sensationalism and historical Hollywood rivalries, it's no surprise that Faye's name would pop out in Bette's mind.'
- I had the pleasure (8? 10?) years ago of seeing her, in SF, in Master Class. She was excellent.
Does she sing? wouldn't she have been great in Sunset Boulevard? (I realize I'm probably forgetting something; sorry.)
- However, i must say that Bette Davis was not afraid to make good comments about other actresses who were younger than her.
For example, i remember reading in one of Bette's biographies her positive comments about Mia Farrow. By the way,i have also posted this in a thread about Mia Farrow in DL:
Even Bette Davis had good words to say about Mia Farrow, can you imagine that? !!!!! I read that in Bette Davis' biography 'The Girl Who Walked Home Alone'. Bette didn't like Mia's father. 'I really didn't get along with the director, John Farrow, but years later i adored his beautiful, talented daughter.'(224 page) In this biography also it is mentioned in page 266 that Bette had an especially warm feeling toward ''that beautiful, dear young actress of truly great talent, Mia Farrow. Her father directed me you know.''
R147, Faye played with Bette in 'The Disappearance of Aimee'.
In an interview published in the New York Times on 20 December 1993, director Anthony Harvey said that during filming of this movie, Bette Davis "absolutely took a dislike to Faye Dunaway... I would line them up for a two-shot," he said, "then look through the camera, and I couldn't see Bette." Each time, Davis had inched her chair away to evade a tete-a-tete with the younger Dunaway.
In another interview Bette said about Faye:
"What do I think of M i s s e s Faye Dunaway? She makes Joan Crawford look like an angel'.
Actually Davis, found Faye uncooperative and unprofessional. Oh, she also called her impossible.
Bette was very professional and was never late on set. She was pissed off whenever diva Faye was late for shooting their scenes.
I think somewhere between my two replies (R148, R149)might lie the truth.
Anyway, they were both brilliant actresses!
People can't like all people, after all.
- *my two replies before (R148,R150)
oops sorry for the previous mistake
- R149, i have no idea if Faye sings. I'm sorry.
You are lucky that you had the luck and saw her.
- Maybe Faye is just permanantly pissed off that she worked so hard, coming from such a hard scrabble life, to become a truly great talent and is repulsed by the instant fame of coked-out half-wits who slept their way to the top.
I'm pissed off about it and I'm a nobody, so imagine how she feels.
- She's just damaged that's all. Most Hollyweird celebrities are mental in some way or another. Gotta be to pretend to be other people all the time. And living in Hollyweird with all the stalkers following them around taking ugly pictures of them should be enough to drive a normal person to the brink of acting out in weird fits of attention-getting whorism at the gym. Why not just let her embarrass herself and let her live her life and you just run along and live your life? Eh? Ya think?
- had a couple interactions with her at Telluride some years ago when she was there for a film (I don't know the title) and she was absolutely pleasant, even after spilling some coffee on her coat.
but seriously, op, why are you so intent on bringing somebody down a peg? what's that say about you?
- Many people in DL are nasty. I don't think that they have actually any kind of intentions, just a carnivorous need to bitch about.
That's sad sometimes, funny some other times...
- Mind-blowing Faye
- Sexy and alert in 'Eyes of Laura Mars'
- She could be so many faces in the screen
- Unparalleled, she had a very unique kind of beauty
- Disarmed and disarming!
- Fragile and stubborn
- Sad eyes
- Intuitive but stubborn but and many more other things as well
- She bloomed in many movies
- She is not a bitch, she just has a mind of her own, but she can be very logical if you give her time to breathe.
- In reality, she is not the stuck-up bitch some people think she that she is. It's just a put-on, whenever she looks like that.
She needs to escape and to fly high and away...
- Faye Faye Faye!
- Yeeeesss! I like Faye. It's obvious.
- I think she still looks ok today, espwcially for 72.
- Faye looked at her best when she was younger.
It happens with a lot of people. However, i find her still very attractive as a person.
- Just go up to her and tell her that you thought her role in the Towering Inferno was her best work, ever.
- She looked like a goddess in Towering Inferno.
- Yes she was awesome in 'Towering Inferno' and the movie was not such a crap as many imply that it was. I find it very entertaining and gripping.
- I was the assistant costumer for her TV version of The Country Wifeduring. We did her fittings in NYC at a costume house there, and they would begin, at her request, at 5 pm when the shop would normally close for the day, so the whole workroom etc would have to stay as long as it took to fit her each day, for a week. Sometimes we were there till 10 pm, and her clothes were basic skirts and blouses- very simple 1950's stuff- she played the alcoholic preacher's wife(....the role that won Grace Kelly the Oscar over our Judy) and we would stand back as she looked in the 3 way mirror for what seemed like forever, then would ask if the skirt could be taken up 1/4" on the left, but only 1/8' on the right (seriously) and the garment would be altered, then refit, all while she sat drinking tea while the alterations would be finished. She would try on the skirt, ask it to returned to the original length, wait, try on, back to shortening the whole thing now 1", wait, try on.....you get it....for hours....and hours....made alot of overtime with her, and that's the best that can be said about the whole thing- was always pleasant - cold, but pleasant....
- Maybe she was afraid to get more intimate, but as you said she was pleasant and i love pleasure, don't you?
- Watched Three Days of The Condor with her and Redford, over the weekend. It's not a great role for her, would've been better with Streisand. So funny watching Dunaway try and play a simple, lonely girl. She was never really an ingenue, was she?
- R181 I think Faye was great in that role. By the way loneliness is experienced by beautiful and glamorous people too, it's not a 'privilege' that only less attractive people get to know.