IT’S ABOUT TIME KIM NOVAK LEFT HER HAND AND FOOTPRINTS AT GRAUMAN’S CHINESE THEATER

Kim Novak was honored by TCM with a hand and footprint ceremony at Grauman’s Chinese Theater, and she seemed to have calmed down after some strange behavior in January. At that time she announced that she wanted to report a “rape” because she was upset to hear some of the original “Vertigo” movie music used in “The Artist.” The smidgen of Bernard Herrmann music WAS credited, but she was inexplicably distressed. However, Kim was kind and generous to fans this weekend when she received the honor at Gramaun’s.

12 thoughts on “IT’S ABOUT TIME KIM NOVAK LEFT HER HAND AND FOOTPRINTS AT GRAUMAN’S CHINESE THEATER

  1. Agreed Janet. She was so gorgeous in her day. Remember her in Bell, Book & Candle?

    However this photo seems to indicate some unfortunate plastic surgery.

  2. Kim Novak SHOULD thank her lucky stars she did “Vertigo.” The only reason she’s really remembered today. Not the best actress whoever came down the pike, let’s not kid ourselves. But I guess most stars – most, not all – are in that category. Very few became, & stayed, stars, becuz of their acting chops.

  3. She looks like an 80 year old trying to pass for 79!

    Horrible, just horrible as to which lengths these famous women will go to, just to look like they HAD a facelift! The fact that they actually paid someone to do this to them, is even more ridiculous!

  4. She may have over done it some on the plastic surgery but if it makes her feel better, then let her have it.

    She sure was a looker. She’s still pretty enough to have older men chasing after her at the senior center dances.

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    Gee,cCan ‘t you ever print something about Ann-Margret?

  5. Long overdue! She was one of the “natural” beauties of her day unlike many of the actresses of today.

  6. Fan of Kim Novack. She was in quite a few good movies. What the one with Kirk Douglas don’t re
    member the name.

  7. Sasha, I think the movie you are inquiring about is Strangers When We Meet (1960).

    Hope that helps! : )

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