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She, Walter Pidgeon, Barbara Rush, Jeanne Crain and Paul Brinkman, and Vera Allen are the guests of Flor d'Oro Trujillo, the dictator's daughter, who hosts the reception at the Hotel Jaragua in Cuidad Trujillo.
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At the time she was working 12 hours a day at her studio, she says.
"He seemed to feel all actors had a rather easy life.
Flash-forward to 1990: Jay and his family have settled in Mississippi.
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