Friday, January 29, 2010

Lovely Lili

We're taking a small hiatus from our weekly Candy Gram for a Lili moment. Today is the eleven-year anniversary of Lili St. Cyr's death.

The Independent and The New York Times did good obituaries.

And here's a great video of her:

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