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At 7:02am on November 3, 2017, Michael B. Druxman said…
I am pleased to announce that the audio edition of my play, LOMBARD, is now available for download at audible.com., Amazon and iTunes. Kathleen Godwin delivers a moving performance as Carole Lombard in this production of my original stage play, which has been enhanced with music and sound effects.
 
At 7:46pm on February 22, 2010, Michael B. Druxman said…
Would anybody on this board know the whereabouts of actress Taylor Leigh?

Back in the early 1990's, she played Carole Lombard in my 1-woman play.

I tried SAG, but the number they have for her is disconnected.

Help!

Thanks.
At 12:54pm on October 1, 2008, Cait said…
Hiya Carole! Welcome to GAOH! Glad to see you here. Like Debbie said, there are a number of die-hard Lombard fans on here and you will definitely make plenty of friends because of that factor. But anyway. I hope you have a great time on here and see you frequently on the Carole group.

Cait

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