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Well she's six decades -- -- dying in more than thirty films of becoming the only.
CL I believe and lack CNET to ever win at any other Grammy and Oscar and eight Tony you got.
-- -- -- -- Have a look at -- -- ran out here can -- and you want your menu adorable cute and you still cute.
Com you really ought funeral lady and I did not.
But could help -- all ladies -- to be an old lady I'm 81 and I'm proud of it and you you've looked at fifteen.
Your lips to God's ears you do you think you sound just exaggerate.
You've got a brand new autobiography called reader Marino a memoir and in -- you you tell -- touching story about how when you.
Your mother was still a young woman she was.
Barely -- -- about eighteen and left Puerto Rico.
My mom divorced my father -- -- of that time was you know just unheard of -- little Catholic island Puerto Rico.
And and came to this country by -- In in in search of a better life didn't speak a warning not a word of English she found her job and a sweatshop like many many Hispanic women.
And they're still doing -- by the way and made enough money learned enough English to go back to Puerto Rico to retrieve me and bring me to the United States.
It was astonishing.
And you know we arrived in February from freezing cold month.
And on like I all I can remember as a child was that I -- change without leave someone like -- -- what happened in the past.
-- -- It was so did and I can say what do you mean this is a better life change.
-- -- -- Well I'm not freezing -- the Bougainville yeah.
I hate the -- yes it and that was it you know in paradise suddenly turn into something else.
It was a difficult first of greeting -- surely is wonderful country but it wasn't so wonderful in my perception then.
Right of course and you win a long talk to rate your memoir and you say it was because your husband of 45 years and I passed away and only then could you write it it's yeah as well I don't.
Think he would have appreciated than this in the business with Marlon Brando and Elvis Presley and a couple of those other people and extraordinarily talking your book about how you you -- Involved with Elvis and Marlon Brando simultaneously for a what.
What happened was one of them wouldn't like that -- it was a -- Lander.
And we had a very long relationship but it was about almost eight years and very turbulent an open.
Not this this Marlon Brando come on that's right exactly -- and turbulent Brando and -- I had just headed up to here with his philandering and it came out of the papers and -- Elvis Presley has spotted me in the fox commissary.
And would like to meet me and mature enough the colonel.
Parker called -- isn't.
Not high and Elvis -- -- he -- -- and I'll want to learn and you got to meet him.
And I -- up I would love to.
Hello and that is and that it -- and visited him at that Paramount who is making Kris king creole.
And I just -- well to heck with Marlon except I didn't really mean it of course but it was I thought if it gets -- the papers maybe he'll get jealous -- He went boom listed.
And our -- on -- -- to and if you wanna read more about what her -- with Elvis has left.
And what kind Lou perhaps lover who love it here in Vietnam yes but -- -- a -- and tell the story Elvis Costello.
About me yes now.
-- just got a new book -- Marino a memoir real real pleasure.
-- -- -- And think he's great in the Ukraine Hungary and the the blocks commissary here -- the other fox Donna I I've done my thing you have.
-- -- -- -- Extra pleasure he got up.
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