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Patricia Neal

Patricia Neal

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  • Sweet Patricia!

    • Christine
    • 2010-09-13

    God Bless Patricia Neal, one of the most talented and respected ladies of Hollywood. Beautiful, sexy, and full of life, she will be missed by movie lovers. In her book, she states how she became a Catholic and talks about her regret for having an affair with Gary Cooper, a married man, and the abortion that he and the studios made her have. I truly respect her for this and her candidness. She loved her family so much. All the great ones are leaving us or have already. I'm looking forward to The Fountainhead and I loved the interview with Robert Osborne. What a great lady. Rest in Peace. I'm sure you're with your little girl and all those you've loved and have loved you.

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    • jen
    • 2010-08-10

    I loved you and always will. a great lady is what you were and now a beautiful spirit. rest in peace with the one you loved and love. thanks for your great work and humbleness. peace my love.

  • RIP Ms Neal - august 8, 2010

    • Lorraine
    • 2010-08-09

    You are one great actress that's for sure. I hope that your star is shining brightly now.

  • I love you, Ms. "Dominique" Neal

    • edmund bonczyk
    • 2008-09-13

    Dear Ms. Neal, You were marvelous as Ayn Rand's Romantic Heroine in "The Fountainhead". I only wish it was Mr. Fritz Lang who had the Director duties. I hope my daughter will emulate both you, as "Dominique", and Ms. Rand no matter what career she chooses. Forever Your "Fan", In the name of the best within us, Edmund Bonczyk II

  • Patricia Neal, The lady and her "Acts and Legacy".

    • Michelle Savage
    • 2008-04-26

    I always thought Ms. Patricia Neal was the most, Sexy and sensual woman i have seen on screen. she is especially seductive in Breakfast at Tiffanys. she really put the moves on George Peppard. her looks could kill. She is extrodinary for her talents. God Bless her. years. especially in the Movie, Breakfast at tiffanys. she really put her moves on G

  • One Great Lady

    • Earl Cal
    • 2008-01-01

    I love watching her,a great Actress,very much so in two of my favorite movies,"In Harm Way",and "As The Earth Stood Still". No matter how many times,I've seen the movie,I'll always sit back and enjoy it again,she worth it,as well as her co-Actors,she seem to give more in her performances.

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