Natasha Gurdin Movie
Since my father took me to see “Inside Daisy Clover” in 1965, I’ve had wood for Natalie.
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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