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ONE in the EYE for STEVE
When Sabrina said it with flowers.
Daily Mirror 17 December 1955
This is an extract from a longer piece in which Noel Witcomb reports on a beauty context for 1956's Queen of Light at the Lyceum Theatre.
Sieve was nipping home before we all went on to the Cafe de Paris. So he said, as he was leaving: " Why don't you stop by for a drink on the way?"
As Steve departed, in came SABRINA — who was also a judge — all steamed up
"Who has taken Steve away?" she demanded. "I had a date with him here."
"Come on," said Sabrina. "Let's take the car and call in on him on the way to the Cafe. I wish to give him a piece of my mind."
We arrived at an enormous apartment in Belgravia, which I recognised because the last time I was there it was occupied by a girl in the same line as Sabrina — Miss Jane Russell.
Sabrina picked up in the hall a big bouquet of flowers, wrapped in transparent paper. Suddenly up bounced a hefty Alsatian dog.
[Sabrina and Shane]
We barged on down and as we were passing the kitchen Sabrina suddenly stopped. She pushed the door open.
With the action of a Typhoon Tyson, she swung back the large bouquet of flowers and hurled them smartly at Mr. Cochran, catching him sharply between the eyes.
She then departed at high speed but Steve followed and explained everything — and off they went to the Cafe de Paris.
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