previous comments give much meaning to the word, 'nitpickers.' how did lana feel about being overshadowed by her famous older sister? Did having a Natalie Wood as her sister, help her in her own career? How does she feel about Natalie's not being rescued that night that she died, in the cold water? Has she forgiven RJ? Did she like playing ' Damsel in distress'in Western tv series? What was it like playing opposite Sean Connery in DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER? Did she find her stagemother overbearing, as Natalie apparently did?
Actually, Lana Wood was referring to a friend named Judy Weiss not Judy Garland when she was talking about the baby advice visit to Natalie's home. So there is no inconsistency here. Lana Wood spoke about Judy Garland earlier in the book but the baby advice visit was later on in the book between Lana Wood, Natalie Wood and the friend, Judy Weiss.
Lana Wood remembers she and Natalie visiting Judy Garland during Natalie's pregnancy, wanting to know about working with children, how to properly raise a baby while in movies and such. Very good, except for one thing. She states that Natalie's baby, Natasha, was born on September 23, 1970. Natalie Wood would have been pregnant from late January 1970 to the baby's birthday. Judy Garland died June 22, 1969.
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