I’m told PR legend Warren Cowan left very specific instructions to ban certain people from his funeral and memorial service. Don’t you love Hollywood grudges?
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I respect the consistency and attention span it took to hold those grudges, both qualities lacking in most of Hollywood.
Just out of spite, somebody should invite those banned people and let ‘em stand right in front of the casket…I mean what’s the old bastard going to do, come back from the dead?
Hey it could’ve been a lot worse.
He could have cut out all the Heirs, leaving all his millions to his Dog ‘Trouble’…..”for reasons which are very well known to them “
*shrugs* My mother left similar instructions regarding my father before she died. We even had a bouncer in case he showed up anyways .
Remember Billy Wilder’s memorial? Courtney Love showed up and Kevin Spacey spoke in a German accent. You can’t make up this stuff.
good for him, what a pistol. i also know he was a loyal man.
What about the nasty author whose children sold the rights to her characters IN THE LIMO ON THE WAY TO THE FUNERAL?
Note that was “on the way to” because “coming home from” would have been sending an entirely different message.
Is that why I didn’t get my e-vite?
You F****rs are HILARIOUS!
Adam, did he show up?
I know when I’m not wanted.
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