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Topic - Celeste Holm
The lights on Broadway will be dimmed Wednesday in honor of the late Oscar-winning actress Celeste Holm.
Sylvester Stallone said Monday there was "no greater pain" than losing a child, begging for respect for his eldest son, Sage, who died last week.
Celeste Holm, a versatile, bright-eyed blonde who soared to Broadway fame in "Oklahoma!" and won an Oscar for "Gentleman's Agreement" but whose last years were filled with financial difficulty and estrangement from her sons, died Sunday, a relative said. She was 95.
"I suddenly realized with a great sense of impact how valuable we are to each other," she said.
"There was a need for entertainers in Army camps and hospitals. The only way you could do that was if you were singing in something," she said.