E! True Hollywood Story

Gilda Radner (19 Oct. 1997)

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Brilliant
28 June 2004 | by (Norwich, England) – See all my reviews

I've seen a few of the True Hollywood stories but this one really hit a nerve to see someone Gilda Radner going though the stress and anguish of Cancer really hit home I really know how Gene wilder was feeling I think to know that someone you love was going to die is really hard but to think that someone like Gilda made everyone laugh about it to cover up how she was really feeling. And to think that she lived life to the full right up till the time she died can give everyone a bit of hope. I recored this program to show my Mum she is Dieing of Brain Cancer grade 4 and watching the Gilda story I saw a lot of my Mother in her on how she puts herself out their and showing people that she was not worrying but deep down she was finding it hard to cope with it out loud. And I think that the people who new Gilda were very lucky to have a person who could show people laughter and love.


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