Mary Wickes : I know I've seen that face before ...

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Mary Wickes : I know I've seen that face before ...

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Mary Wickes knew many people, although her lack of acceptance to higher circles of Hollywood, made her an interesting vehicle for insight into the community. Mary was a known associate of Doris, as well as Lucille Ball.
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Never heard of it before, Gerard. Seems to have had mixed reviews if you look on Amazon, etc.

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I skimmed this book at one point and remember a number of references to Doris. If I recall correctly, the book states that she and Mary kept in touch over the years via written correspondence. I think it also said that Mary visited Doris in Carmel at one point. The author made it clear they thought highly of each other.

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