I’ve been meaning to return to the idea of regularly putting up Showdown! I’m sure you were thinking how beautiful mother and daughter both are. They divorced when the baby was only 13 months old and Ms.s and this was a perfect opportunity to get back in the swing. Farrington had one more surprise up her lovely sleeve — — She is the mother of unbelievably beautiful and talented actress Diane Lane. Lane lived sometimes with her mother and sometimes with her father until she was 15, when she emancipated herself from her father having already sadly written her mother, living in Georgia at the time, off following some unfortunate family fallouts.I’m sure you’re thinking what I’m thinking — this amazing fact means that Colleen Farrington was, at one time, the mother-in-law of The Highlander. They had kind of a bumpy period that I don’t think it’s fair to get in to, but they are reconciled and all is well.So, back to the poll and how mobile we donnas are: Which of Colleen Farrington’s ‘do’s rocks your world?
“I’m interested in a show business career,” she says.The articles and essays were eventually gathered into a book which Clarke titled Profiles of the Future, published in 1963. There was also an article in the August 1962 Playboy called “The Prodigal Powers of Pot,” by Dan Wakefield.I came up goose-eggs in my search for the full text of Mr.When the first Playmate photos arrived, however, Colleen (having dyed her crowning glory for a TV show) was a blonde. When I started putting together pictures and bios for these winter posts, I was pumped to see I’d be able to include her.(Ibid.)We liked her better the other way, so she obliged by becoming a brunette again and Pete, in a puckish mood, persuaded her to try a temporary head of red, too, in the interest of utter confusion. Then when I found her original spread, I was tickled by the prospect of a poll for which hair color was the most pleasing to readers. I realize not everyone’s life is built around tangentially relating the science fiction/fantasy films and television of their youth to everything they experience, and I’m trying to recover from that shock. Farrington married acting coach, partner to John Cassavetes, and unlikely cabbie Burt Lane and the couple had Diane in 1964.She worked frequently with designer Oleg Cassini, who would go on to permanent international fame in about three years as Jacqueline Kennedy’s favorite designer and the architect of her “look” in the Camelot heyday. If she’d been blonde in the pink corset by the bar pictures, maybe my feelings would be different.