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Retailer pays a price for getting too close to Obama
Topic - Candy Spelling
The widow of TV producer Aaron Spelling is suing a Maryland auction house that sold part of her extensive collection of antique dolls, claiming it owes her money and failed to return unsold items.
The Golden Globes admire broadcast network comedies but the respect is absent when it comes to drama.
"Only when I started moving did I start to think I have tendencies to be a hoarder," Mrs. Spelling said good-naturedly. "I'm an archivist. That makes it sound a little better, doesn't it?"
The one-month escrow was part of the deal and not a TV stunt, said Spelling and the special's executive producer, Stuart Krasner.