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Dominick Dunne fans: good article on his passing
Old 08-29-2009, 01:42 PM   #1
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Dominick Dunne fans: good article on his passing

On the Kennedy post there were a couple who mentioned Dominick Dunne. I was a real fan of his tv show and his articles on O.J. and other famous celebs, so thought you might enjoy this:

Dominick Dunne, author and former Hollywood producer, dies at 83 --

His life was so incredible, they should make a movie of it.

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Old 08-29-2009, 02:34 PM   #2
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Thanks, Orchidflower. This is the best obit I read on Dominick Dunne. I have always enjoyed him as a writer(such a rapier wit!), and a tireless victim's rights advocate. He is all the more appealing, I think, because he was honest about his own shortcomings and struggles and managed to reinvent himself to good purpose after all the tragedy and failure. I used to look forward to the arrival of my Vanity Fair to read his latest article. I passed the magazine on to a friend who anticipated it as much as I did. Also watched his TV show once in awhile. I don't think he has an equal for style and content.

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I think he was someone who was able to take his grief and channel it in an appropriate manner. I always read his article first when I received my Vanity Fair. He wrote so well, he was absolutely entertaining.

Sad to see he died. I do agree that he was so open about his own shortcomings that one could not help but like him.

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He could really capture the upper crust's world (and the depths some people could sink to)--what writing talents he and his brother were.
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