Karen Black

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    I'm gutted to hear this. It's not that long ago that I rewatched Family Plot.

    RIP
    Karen
     
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    For me she will always be Airport 75 ... it was either that or Towering Inferno that I would guess was the first "grown up" film that I saw at the Cinema.
     
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    I well remember her as a very sexy looking lady and a fine actress in many films I saw in the seventies.
    RIP Karen.
     
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    The two I remember her most from was Capricorn One this always stays in my mind some wonderful banter between her and Elliot Gould

    Taken from IMDB

    Judy Drinkwater: I'll fix you some coffee, then you can jump me.

    Robert Caulfield: There's no other one besides White Bluff?

    Judy Drinkwater: No, except one abandoned base they used for training during World War Two. Jackson. There's nothing there now. Don't you want to jump me?

    Robert Caulfield: Of course I do. Where's Jackson?

    Judy Drinkwater: About three hundred miles directly west. I think I'm going to get angry with you.

    Robert Caulfield: Do you have any money on you?

    Judy Drinkwater: You want me to pay you?

    Robert Caulfield: How much?

    Judy Drinkwater: About a hundred. Why don't I just leave it on the dresser in the morning?

    Robert Caulfield: Give it to me now.

    Judy Drinkwater: In advance? That's the height of conceit.

    Robert Caulfield: Please, and your car keys.


    And the other one playing 4 roles in the scary Trilogy of Terror (TV Movie 1975) - IMDb
     

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