Ann Prentiss Sixties fans would remember Paula Prentiss. She was a pretty comedienne who possessed a deep, throaty chuckle that fans including me found very sexy. Unfortunately, she developed serious mental problems that, in , resulted in her being sentenced to 19 years in a penitentiary on charges of terrorism, making terrorist threats, assault with a firearm and battery. She died in
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Bunny enthusiast. Pop culture junkie. Sunday, July 31, Poor Pussycat. Don't bother remembering the title. It wasn't that good. But what was good about the film was the hilarious young actress, Paula Prentiss. She played a pot-smoking southern belle train wreck. And she played the part flawlessly.
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During the meal, however, he says little, ironical or otherwise; appar ently he is used to functioning as the calm eye of hurricane Paula, a never silent storm. Yet there is something subtly, profoundly distracted about him, a worried furrow in his brow that will deepen just perceptibly when the talk turns to movies. His screenplay is posi tively brilliant, I was worried, I mean, how do you get a screenplay from that novel at all?