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Why is Kirk Douglas Alive AGAIN!?
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[quote:Mark In NYC:MV8yNjc5MDlfNDcxNzgyM18xRDM5RDM5Rg==] It's Beverly Hills. With all the plastic surgery it's hard to tell who's dead and who's not. Rumors have been flying around about Joan Rivers having passed on when she was 70. But somehow at 79 she's still going strong and still looks far better than her ugly daughter, Melissa. (Their surgeons may re-animate the dead, but they can't do anything to help that poor ugly woman! There are limits to what science can accomplish, I guess.) No. Seriously. Kirk Douglas had a serious stroke and he lived through it. He was in rehab for months but he pulled through it and now is closer to his son Michael than he ever was when he was younger. BTW: Mike is no spring chicken, either. He's pushing sixty if the truth's being told. [/quote]
I clearly remember an interview
with Michael Douglas and Katherine Zeta
Jones and Michael Douglas was reminiscing
about his father in some Entertainment
show. It was 2000 because Wonderboys
just came out and I remember Michael
Douglas saying that his father(Kirk)
was happy that at least he was
around to see Cathering pregnant.
If you go to NNDB.COM you will
see their first child was born
in 2000! I have a clear memory
of this interview but I am
really SHOCKED to find out
that he's still alive.
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