I'm fixing myself a daquiri made with honey and throwing it over my shoulder in her honor!
Thank you so much for this post.Auntie Mame was re-issued a couple of weeks ago in France where I live(translated with a couple of mistakes, mixing up Roz and a couple of other Mames in the credits aka Lucy Ball).I'm discovering the book which inspired one of my favourite movies of all times : Auntie Mame (the only one with Roz).I posted an article on our blog here :http://fromtheavenue.blogspot.com/2010/01/auntie-mame.htmland one on the book here :http://fromtheavenue.blogspot.com/2010/06/tante-mame.htmlI must admit that I also adore Gypsy so thank you for this incredible Finale (I watched it again last week!).Happy Birthday Roz!
I remember sitting in the balcony with my sis in 1958 and couldn't stop laughing at Auntie Mame. Just bought the DVD 2 years ago to see it again; it was as good!