RIP Nora Clavicle

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RIP Nora Clavicle

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She lived a good long life. 97. Rest in peace Barbara Rush
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97 is a great innings by most people's metric. Barbara was very pleasant when I chatted with her briefly at the launch party for The Hollywood Museum's Batman '66 Exhibition a few years ago.
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And now there are only four left (John Astin, Julie Newmar, Joan Collins, Lee Meriwether).
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BiffPow wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 7:00 pm She lived a good long life. 97. Rest in peace Barbara Rush
Indeed. Very talented actress across many genres.
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Interesting that the article shared includes so much about Batman. What a wonderful career.
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Well, I have to say I was never a fan of the character or episode, but I will miss her. I always thought she was an extremely beautiful woman and great actress. She really, in my opinion, came into her own from the mid-'60s to the mid-'80s on TV. A special lady that shined in an equally special time period.
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Yeah, I'm not a fan of the Nora episode either. I think Barbara did it just so she could "cut loose" and go over the top (and she didn't have the demand of having to wear a costume either, though she was still beautiful enough to wear one then). But she was a great actress. She was Paul Newman's leading lady in "The Young Philadelphians" (in which Adam has a small part at the beginning) and of course also was in cult sci-fi classics like "When Worlds Collide."

Her daughter, Claudia Cowan, who has been a Fox News reporter for several decades is an absolute lookalike for her, facially.
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rsaffle wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 9:37 amRIP
Amazing prop. Randy, I wonder if her daughter would want one of those as a tribute to her mom.
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