Bon Voyage, Penny Marshall

Happy Days, the TV show, was a catalyst for so many great careers. Penny’s was one of them.

She will be missed.

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23 comments on “Bon Voyage, Penny Marshall

  1. We keep losing our touchstones.

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  2. acflory says:

    Ah, I remember her. Rest In Peace. 😦

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  3. Even though I knew she was way older than me, she was one of the women/girls my nascent queer mind struggled to decide if I wanted to be or to date. Her characters always had a duality for me that resonated with my adolescent confusion and made her humor so appealing to me. Sad to see her go.

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  4. Jay says:

    Yes she was – a funny lady, and actually, an important female director.

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  5. Cheers to Penny Marshall! She gave us a lot of heartfelt smiles and laughter.

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  6. selizabryangmailcom says:

    It’s so weird to have never met any of these people–the famous ones who pass away–but they’ve been a part of my (our) lives for so long, it’s almost like I (we) know them personally. And I do feel bereft when they leave the planet.

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  7. Laverne & Shirley was my favorite show growing up, and then Laverne went on to become a fine motion picture director. Rest in peace Penny Marshall.

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  8. That looks as if it was fun

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  9. susielindau says:

    I was so sorry to hear this yesterday.

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