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donnascottprod I loved him in Hart to Hart- but I know he & Walken had something to do with it! #EnquirerKnows #NatalieWood 6h

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robertwagnerfan Robert and Natalie Thank you @lil_mary07 for sending me this :) #robertwagner #nataliewood 11h

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chelseareine Natalie wood. One of the loveliest and my favorite actress. #nataliewood 14h

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jkeith308 Natalie Wood facts:
-Her favorite actress was Vivien Leigh and her favorite singer was Bob Dylan.
-The Harvard Lampoon often singled her out for derision. On Saturday, April 23, 1966, she surprised the Lampoon's staff when she became the first performer they voted the year's worst to show up and accept her citation.
-Reportedly turned, one lover, Warren Beatty's offer to play opposite him in Bonnie and Clyde (1967) because she didn't want to be separated from her analyst while the film was on location in the Midwest.
-Don Henley wrote the song "Dirty Laundry" to express his outrage at the tabloid press for their treatment of her after her death.
-She starred in over 40 theatrical films between ages 4 and 27. She went into semi-retirement afterwards, only appearing in five movies between age 28 and her death at 43.
-In order to secure Wood's services from her home studio Warner Bros. for Kings Go Forth (1958), Frank Sinatra had to pay them $100,000 plus agree to appear in a film at the studio, a commitment worth $350,000 at the time. Meanwhile, Wood only earned $750 per week for her efforts.
-An accident on a movie set (she fell into a river and almost drowned) when she was 9 years old left her with a permanently weakened left wrist and a slight bone protrusion, which, for the rest of her life, she hid with large bracelets. Regardless of the movie role, or anytime that she was out in public, she always wore a large bracelet on the left wrist.
-She suffered from a deep fear of drowning after having barely survived an accident when she was a little girl, during the filming of The Green Promise (1949). Her fear was so great that Elia Kazan had to lie - promising a double - and trick her into doing the scenes at the water reservoir in Splendor in the Grass (1961).
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adampadilla13 SOLD. In Progess commission. "West Side Story!" 5"X7" Acrylic on watercolour Papers. By Adam Padilla 1d

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movie.stars # 16: Rebel Without a Cause, 1955.

James Dean as Jim Stark |
Natalie Wood as Judy.

Directed by: Nicholas Ray.

Film distributed by Warner Bros.

111 minutes.

Rebel Without a Cause is a drama film, released in October 27, 1955, less than one month after Jimmy Dean's fatal car crash.

James Dean passed away in September 30, 1955 - aged 24.

PS: I love this iconic red jacket!
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Normal Natalie Wood delivered daily!
dailynataliewood With husband Robert Wagner #nataliewood #robertwagner 1d

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oldsoul52 #NatalieWood chats with Edward G. Robinson who calls her by her real name, Natasha 1963 2d

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