Preview, “Love, Gilda” is coming, and sooner than you think

I meant to post this a few weeks ago but one thing after another interrupted my carefully laid plans.

She was one of the most dazzling performers ever to hit “Saturday Night Live,” as versatile as Kate McKinnon, as malleable as Aykroyd, as distinct as Murray, as plucky as Hartman, and sweeter than of them.

I vividly remember Steve Martin announcing her death from the stage, tearing up as he introduced a classic dance sketch he shared with her.

I saw this touching trailer and started posting it and some dog/cat fight erupted on the other side of the house, the doorbell rang, a thunderstorm knocked out the power..

“Gilded age,” I thought, trying to remember what it was I was supposed to do, “What’s this documentary about a Gilded Age REALLY about?”

Never mind.

“Love, Gilda” opens Sept. 21. 

 

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