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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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Dec. 13, 1950, Hedda Hopper 

Dec. 13, 1950: Larry, 19-year-old son of Mary Martin, must have inherited her singing voice. He and Mary recorded “You’re Just in Love,” a tune from “Call Me Madam.” 

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Re: Hedda Hopper's mention of Robert Preston and the film version of "The Four Poster".

In 1966, Preston appeared in "I Do, I Do" on Broadway with Mary Martin...the musical version of "The Four Poster". Things do have a way or working out...


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