The Break that Refreshes: Leslie Caron

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By Marilyn Ferdinand

You have an infuriating lack of talent for doing simple things, Catherine? Why state the obvious? Just look at that hair! Maybe after Walter teaches you how to land a fish, he’ll show you a few hair-grooming tips. That is, if either of you can figure out what you’re doing. Wake up!

Father Goose (1964)

  • Jonathan Lapper spoke:
    2nd/02/2009 to 9:23 am

    Am I the only one who finds Leslie Caron in the early to mid-sixties absolutely fetching?

  • Marilyn spoke:
    2nd/02/2009 to 9:27 am

    I think she’s adorable, too, and has been for her entire career. Chocolat is another one in which she’s stunning.

  • Rick Olson spoke:
    3rd/02/2009 to 10:50 pm

    I too find her irresistible. I like “Father Goose” a lot.

  • hanne lauridsen spoke:
    10th/04/2009 to 5:04 pm

    I am a big fan of Leslie Caron so big that I named
    my 5 pound yorkie Gigi in honor of her.
    Gigi and I cross country skiing in Central Park ran
    into Tito who was photographing us, when I told Tito the above, he said: “now you think I am kidding, I am living in Paris and my next door neighbor is Leslie Caron and her yorkie.” Gigi can be seen on my website http://www.H7L.com.

  • Luis spoke:
    3rd/08/2009 to 4:40 pm

    I don’t think it’s possible to find anyone fanner than this fan!
    I adore Leslie Caron.

  • Leslie spoke:
    27th/09/2009 to 8:39 pm

    Does anyone know how we could send her fan mail? Thanks!

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