FAYE DUNAWAY: NEVER A DULL MOMENT
Faye Dunaway turned up before 10 AM for a 10:35 show at The Grove theater one Saturday and she settled down with several sweaters and a blanket. Faye was wearing casual sweats, little wire rim glasses, an iPod, and a Gilligan hat. She turned to the man behind her and said “There’s going to be a lot of kids here in a few minutes, don’t you think?”
“Probably” he replied.
“Hmmm…I’d better go move my car.” She asked him to watch her stuff while she went to move her car. (No one could figure out what the number of children in the theater had to do with her car location.)
When she got back to her seat she frowned.
“Someone knocked over my coffee on the floor” she sighed. “I’d better get something to clean it up.”
She asked the man to watch her things again, and returned in another ten minutes with handfuls of paper towels. She dutifully cleaned up the floor and settled down just as the movie started. People seated nearby were a little disappointed when she left during the credits because she’s so fascinating to observe.