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Queen of the Stardust Ballroom

Queen of the Stardust Ballroom(1975)

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  • Fond Memories of my grandmother

    • Carol G
    • 1/29/12

    The Queen of the Stardust Ballroom came out during a time that my Grandmother was goiing through being on her own without my grandfather who had died about a year eallier. In her efforts, she takes up ballroom dancing lessons and enters several ballroom dance contests -- with all the glittery gowns and shoes and all! She truly found herself in this time .. about 6 months after she won one of her contest, she passed. I remember her telling me all about her dancing and her costumes and her partners and how it all made her feel so alive! I will always see my Grandmother when I get to see this movie. It just makes me cry and laugh and think about the Grandmother that I loved so much and who is no longer in my life.Where ever you are, I hope you are floating around the dancefloor!!To my grandmother with LOVE!Punkin

  • QUEEN OF THE STARDUST BALLROOM

    • JC
    • 6/26/09

    I love romantic movies. This is my favorite. Maureen Stapleton is exquisite. Charles Durning so believable. Senior People who get caught up in romance and just plain living for themselves. Wonderful message. A must see.

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