Natasha Gurdin Movie


Natasha Gurdin was her birth name.

Ever since my father took me to see "Inside Daisy Clover" in 1965, Natalie Wood has occupied a niche in my libido that just won't dislodge itself. Here's a tribute to her. Music is by composer Alan Hovhaness: Concerto for Harp; Yolanda Kondonassis, harp.


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Posted at 5am on 10/24/2004 |

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