He pointed to his eheek.ng? isitbleeding I think I cut myself when I was shaving .
frankee moved closer to him to see the cut, while Mark surrounded bythe eight extra daners asked tithe kissed cheeks andsked " Is anybody hungry fir dinner no?'
theydiscussed food --an error someopne made, one o the extra and teh opeing number that Mark ha been fiing. Onof the exxtras had suggested that she and 3 others could do mo32 fouettes--a giggle creative chit chat esued , whie frankee ,standing ext tothestar tilteded her head studying the wound on hi cheek....
Pronoucing her diagnosis frankee said "it will heal" fans were beginnng to arrive fill the stars dressing room
mR.CHUCK declared loudly, rankee wee you siting on pillows. You loked ik a aazoj queen wenyou parked the statio wagon.
TOLD FRANEE YOU WERE ITTING SOTALL WHE YIU RRIVE ITHAAT STATIONWAGOE
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i"It's not a wagon , Marksaid, It's was A HALF TON TRUCK Ttil they installed HAT RACK ON THE ROOF WERE COSTUMESTRUNKS AD A RAIATR INTHE CENTER..fRNKENODDED ,,iTS JSUT A FORD..VERY CONVENIENT--THE OTHER CARE ISA SECODN HAND PLYMOUTH--
EVER DRIVE THE pLYMOUTH
FRANKIE NODDED UT SHE COULDN STOP THINKING ABOUT HIS SKIN AND THE WAY HE TILTE HIS HEADS TI SHIW HER THE SALLCUT,,,TO HERSEF THINKG SURELY THIS STAR HAS A GRLFREND ,,OES SHE KNOW iM HERE, i WONDER IF TEHRE;SSOMENE WAIING FR HI t the to of the him..
with the oerfume un teh air D GREENTHINGS GROWINGAL AROUND THEM FRANKEE FOUND ERSKF THINING THIS ACTOR KLIKES E.."
THE BOX OFCE MANAGER BARGED IN waving a whie eelop
THE BOX OFFICE EMANGER SAID "MR. RYDER, THIS LETTER ARRIVED YESTERDAY ADDRESSED YOUR WIFE."
THE THICK LINEN EXPENSIVE ENVELOPE TOLD
FRANKEE AND MARK IT WAS IMPORTANT.
FRANKEE CAREFULLY OPENED THE ENVELOPE, SKIMMED THE TWO PAGE ENCLOSURE.
'Mark, i read read the first page, tand the secodn --you read them hen read the second. We've received a very prestigious invitation--the Annual Arts Festival 'du Spoleto has asked me to perform--they sent me a script. It's a famous quote from writer James Agee. I'll read you my script. (Frankee ennunciated the words like an actress.) "We are talking now of summer evenings in Knoxville Teneessee, 1915, the time I lived there so successfully disguised to myself as a child."
"Sounds like a big break for you, Mrs. Ryder," the Star said, as heRE ENTEED entered the backstage area.
Frankee flattered that Mr. Chucky knew she was married. "Yep! My first acting credit. It's a little scary--I stand up on the arms an old Rocking Chair and reach up, up--up to the Gods above...when the chair arrives maybe you'll see me rehearsing it."
I will. And You'll be watching me do cartwheels in the show tonight--that's scary--your husband's certainly made the opening number more spectactular!" successive cartwheels with a stage fille with 8 extra dancers ??
Mark Ryder said, "W\hen the outdrama closes end of the summer, maybe you can see Frankee acting and dancing in in Spoleto." (if we can getthe management to get us tickets for the travel and front row seasts for the show. got tickets for the show. ere