Thursday, May 19, 2011

Sharon Was Almost in a Mel Ferrer Movie? Another Autograph Auction for a Young Sharon, A Check Written by Sharon, More Ebay, A Nice Photo of Debra, A Blog Created for a Friend of Sharons, Vidal Sassoon Mentions Polanski and More in Interview, More Art of Sharon, More Photos and A Set of Pix From "Eye of the Devil"

Apparently, Sharon was almost in a Mel Ferrer Movie entitled, "The Rock House."  I looked up this film on the Internet Movie Database but it is not included in Ferrer's work, so I suppose it was never made for whatever reasons?
Here is the letter sent originally with the script.
The letter was in this lot above.

A few more:
Photos below;

Another here:  This one is a bigger scan of the one I had on the blog last week:
Photo below:

Here is a holiday card she sent her grandmother:
Photos below:



Here is another autograph type auction of Sharon's handwritting as a child to her grandmother above:


Thanks to LG who supplied the information for the items above.

I found this check that Sharon had written on Google:


And here are some new and rare items from Ebay recently:

Here is a nice photo of Debra found online:

And here is a blog created for Sharon's friend, model Donyale Luna:


Polanski is remembered as are the 60s by Vidal Sassoon in a new interview:


And here is more Art of Sharon:

A nice one from "The Fearless Vampire Killers."

A colorful rainbow one.

And here is girl who just has to paint!  Well, I guess if you have to, it might as well be Sharon. ;)
See more at her site below:

http://stephaniemust.wordpress.com/

And here are a few other pix I found on the net that I thought you fans might enjoy:)

And here is a selection of photos from "Eye of the Devil":


Thanks for all your recent compliments on the blog.  And I hope everyone has a great weekend!

2 comments:

  1. Those cards and letters that Sharon wrote as a child are just adorable! Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. George Vreeland HillJune 18, 2011 at 2:58 PM

    Thank you for sharing all of this.
    It all shows what a loving person Sharon was.

    George Vreeland Hill

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