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(Daily Mail)   Truman Capote's ashes will be attending Breakfast at Tiffany's, perhaps Lunch at Applebees   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 20
    More: Strange, Truman Capote, Tilda Swinton, Broadway, Vidal Sassoon, Emilia Clarke, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Audrey Hepburn, Oscar winner  
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2013-03-24 08:20:04 AM
Subby is confused.  The article says differently.
 
2013-03-24 08:48:05 AM
Is the Broadway version the book or the movie storyline?  Like them both, but they're different in some important ways.
 
2013-03-24 09:18:22 AM
That sounds like a Futurama episode.
 
2013-03-24 09:34:08 AM

Another Government Employee: That sounds like a Futurama episode.


More like Monty Python having Graham Chapman "attend" various reunions.
 
2013-03-24 11:13:29 AM
Ah, one of the MPDG icons. Guys love her, girls want to be her.
 
2013-03-24 11:22:32 AM
Actually, lunch would be at the original Bobby Vann's, in Bridgehampton, Long Island, N.Y. And by "lunch," I mean screwdrivers.
 
2013-03-24 11:29:03 AM
Don't cross off Wang name.  Cross off snake.
 
2013-03-24 12:00:27 PM

RoyHobbs22: Don't cross off Wang name.  Cross off snake.


"How do I look so young? Quite simple. A complete vegetable diet, twelve hours sleep a night, and *lots* and *lots* of makeup."
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2013-03-24 12:22:14 PM
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2013-03-24 12:26:03 PM
One of Johnny Carson's former wives has Capote's ashes, and declined the invitation because somebody might steal them.

I think she should have let the ashes go to the premiere, and hade someone walk the red carpet with them. I think they should've went to the after party as well. They could've set the urn on a table in a corner and put bodyguards on each side of it and a red rope in front, and people could line up to take turns sipping their drinks and talking to Capote's ashes.

I bet Truman Capote would be happy to know that 30 years after death he's still at the top of the list of desired party guests.
 
2013-03-24 01:31:30 PM
Hey, I think I remember that film.
 
2013-03-24 01:46:24 PM
In spite of the drama surrounding them, Carson has referred to her cremated friend's remain[s] as 'her sanity' over the years


And no one has sought to seriously question it in all that time?
 
2013-03-24 01:50:41 PM
They should bake the ashes in a fruitcake and call them 'Buddy'...

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2013-03-24 02:23:04 PM

zipdog: Hey, I think I remember that film.


I hate you for earworming me with Deep Blue Something
 
2013-03-24 02:33:26 PM
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2013-03-24 03:47:46 PM

deaccessioned: Is the Broadway version the book or the movie storyline?  Like them both, but they're different in some important ways.


The book.

But it's at the Cort theater. So it's fake Broadway.
 
2013-03-24 03:52:40 PM
Break an urn!
 
2013-03-24 06:01:44 PM

zipdog: Hey, I think I remember that film.


As I recall, I said we both kinda liked it.
 
2013-03-25 08:42:41 AM
Heard at Applebee's: "That's not cooking, that's just reheating."
 
2013-03-25 02:19:45 PM

Bith Set Me Up: zipdog: Hey, I think I remember that film.

As I recall, I said we both kinda liked it.


Well that's       one thing we've got.
 
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