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  • GJ, PI leaves it up to the reader whether or not Gilda is psychic; and whether or not the ghosts or real.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • GJ, PI leaves it up to the reader whether or not Gilda is psychic; and whether or not the ghosts or real.

    Gilda Joyce, Psychic Investigator

  • But Hayworth’s strapless black gown and elbow-length gloves in Gilda are pretty killer too.

    'Project Runway' and film noir: What are your favorite femme-fatale fashions? | EW.com

  • Well duh … IT’S ALWAYS SOMETHING … RIGHT … if you don’t know who Gilda is … then you don’t like comedy and you must not have a sense of humor (or common sense) she is a legend and was taken from us way too soon.

    'Gilda Live' now on DVD: Anybody else excited about this? | EW.com

  • When Lorne wanted me to do something, he would call Gilda and say, “Would you ask Jane if she would do this?”

    It's Saturday Night!

  • When Lorne wanted me to do something, he would call Gilda and say, “Would you ask Jane if she would do this?”

    It's Saturday Night!

  • Tickets for the event are $40 plus the purchase of one drink/menu item and are available by calling Gilda's Club at (201) 457-1670.

    Paramus Post

  • Shirley Jean Rickert, a former child actress who was the cute little blond with the spit curls in "Our Gang" comedies in the early 1930s and later became a long-haired burlesque stripper known as Gilda and Her Crowning Glory, has died.

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  • You can get creative (after all, that's what pintxo/tapas culinary culture is all about) or stick with traditional favorites like the "Gilda," a guindilla (Spanish chile pepper), an anchovy and a green olive speared with a toothpick or a pawn and bacon brochette.

    OneTravel: Global Holiday Cocktails and Appetizers

  • You can get creative (after all, that's what pintxo/tapas culinary culture is all about) or stick with traditional favorites like the "Gilda," a guindilla (Spanish chile pepper), an anchovy and a green olive speared with a toothpick or a pawn and bacon brochette.

    OneTravel: Global Holiday Cocktails and Appetizers

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