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Why do we place young Cindy Grover as the third star in our Network Nebula, ahead of such luminaries as William Holden, Faye Dunnaway and all the other players who graced the Network company with their great performances? She was only on camera for a moment. But, oh, what a moment! When Peter Finch ener- gized his vast audience with his call to action, Cindy came alive with a natural exuberance which we submit truly characterizes the spirit of the American people. Her brief moment on the stage of movie history was the real turning point of the whole play. Yeah, Cindy! Great job. Should 'a got an Academy award. So here is all I have been able to find of Cindy Grover'sbiography. Perhaps one of our readers can provide more.
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