Dear Turner Classic Movies, We, the undersigned, respectfully request that your esteemed host Robert Osborne conduct an interview with the legendary film star Marsha Hunt. In addition to her long career at both Paramount and MGM studios, Marsha Hunt is also the author of "The Way We Wore", a book which chronicles fashions of the 1930's through the 1940's. Miss Hunt recently enjoyed her 90th birthday while being honored during a historic showing of "Raw Deal", and was the featured guest at the 12th Annual Gene Marshall Doll Convention, named "Rare Deal" in celebration of her. Miss Hunt is also starring in the independent film "The Grand Inquisitor", which is scheduled for release shortly. Miss Hunt has many fascinating stories to relate about her early days in Hollywood and working under the studio system starting at Paramount, and later blossoming at MGM. We think you would be doing all movie fans like us a great service by interviewing this great lady and capturing her memories for posterity, while you still have the chance. Thank you for your kind consideration.
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Eddie Muller, United States7 years ago Comments: Marsha is an unbelievable font of valuable information about Hollywood and America of the past (and present) century. Having just made a film with her -- she has astounding stamina for a 90 year old -- I can attest that she is the ultimate professional, and an incredible inspiration. Interview her!!!
George Sarofeen, United States7 years ago
Jeanne Davidson- Meyer, United States7 years ago Comments: This lady is full of the knowledge of " the way it was then". To lose the opportunity to hear her stories, in person, about what life was like then would truly be a deprivation for us all.
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