Actress, Sharon Tate, was born Sharon Marie Tate on Jan 24, 1943 in Dallas, TX. Tate died at the age of 26 on Aug 9, 1969 in Beverly Hills, CA .
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Book Review: : RecollectionBy Laura Grande on Jun 12, 2014 From Pretty Clever Films
The woman staring back at you from the page was a fashion icon and a rising star in her own right. By all accounts, she was a kind soul; sensitive, prone to being hurt and deeply affected by the sadness experienced by her loved ones. Yet, despite all this, the tragedy is that it’s almost next ... Read full article
Pawsome Pet Pictures: .By Dawn Sample on Dec 14, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Personal Quote: I'm one of those mad, irrational characters who simply loves men. I love them because they're men. Women, ...I don't like to compete against them or play games. It's a waste of time. Please click here to view the official website... Read full article
“My whole life has been decided by fate.” (A tribute to actress )By Lindsey on Aug 9, 2012 From The Motion Pictures
On this day in 1969, Sharon Marie Tate was murdered at the age of 26 while pregnant with her first child. The name of the group associated with this crime doesn’t require a mention: the story of Sharon’s death has become more well-known than the tale of her life and career. This fact is ... Read full article
All Eyes on (1967)By Dawn on Jun 28, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
This is a interesting 10-minute behind-the-scenes look at actress while she was filming "Eye of the Devil" with Deborah Kerr, David Niven, and David Hemmings. It includes a interview with her as well as footage of her in training for her role and dancing at a nightclub.... Read full article
By Dawn on May 25, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
, made her first on screen test in 1964 for Sam Peckinpah, opposite Steve McQueen, in the film, The Cincinnati Kid. Tate's timidity and lack of experience caused her to loose the part to Tuesday Weld. She went on to gain experience with small television performances and auditioned unsucc... Read full article
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Jennifer North: That old witch oughta to be boiled in oil.
[on the phone with her mother]
Jennifer North: You told me Gramp's been sick, Mother, and I know about the oil burner. Okay, I'll pawn the mink. He'll give me a couple hundred for it. Mother, I know I don't have any talent, and I know I all I have is a body, and I am doing my bust exercises. Goodbye, Mother. I'll wire you the money first thing in the morning. Goodbye.
[hangs up the phone and starts performing calisthenics]
Jennifer North: Oh, to hell with them! Let 'em droop!
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