Another LAT question!

Anonymous
Anonymous

December 30th, 2006, 1:14 am #1

Just curious as to why at the very end of Life After Tomorrow, it says "in memory of..." for only one of the two girls who passed away.
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Julie Stevens
Julie Stevens

December 30th, 2006, 1:23 am #2

I did not know that Joy Merri had passed away when I finished the end credits of the film. I also happen to have known Sarah Navin (she replaced me as Tessie in the 3rd National Tour) and wanted to dedicate the film to her.

Julie
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Anonymous
Anonymous

December 30th, 2006, 1:49 am #3

Thank you for answering. I am on this site ocassionally, and I noticed that you are always right there answering questions, clearing up confussion, etc. for those who post messages. And true, this site belongs to you and so it makes sense that you monitor it, but I'm always impressed at how you care about everyone, no matter how silly or important a post is! Thank you!
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Anonymous
Anonymous

January 1st, 2007, 4:16 am #4

Too bad she didn't thank you for your nice comment. Especially since you feel like she always responds!
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Cecile (France)
Cecile (France)

January 1st, 2007, 10:35 am #5

And an interesting, busy and full one that is and then we'll see if you have time to read all the posts on this forum daily. Oh yea, and why don't you show an ounce of bravery and use your name instead of being anonymous.
Sorry to eveybody else about the agressivity but I'm just so fed up with coward, childish people attacking other people for no good reason.
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Isaac
Isaac

January 1st, 2007, 3:44 pm #6

Julie is extremely busy with the film, yet she still finds time to do anything on this website and post videos, etc, and then someone makes a comment like that? Some people have no sense.
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James Hill
James Hill

November 19th, 2007, 4:18 pm #7

I did not know that Joy Merri had passed away when I finished the end credits of the film. I also happen to have known Sarah Navin (she replaced me as Tessie in the 3rd National Tour) and wanted to dedicate the film to her.

Julie
I was just reading the newspaper with coffee in hand and dog in lap as I flipped on the TV. It was already set to Showtime and your film was half over. At first, your film was just background sound, but I soon became involved. It was really well done and seamless from my perspecive. I will aleret my wife and hope we can catch it from the start.

Would-be stage mothers around the world should have a copy of this to watch before sending their kids off to be stars.

Don't stop promoting it!! Possibly the OrphanAnnie Website will put on a "Get the DVD" link. I hope you are working on another film...you have a gift.
James
www.thestreetsweeper.com
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Michael
Michael

March 8th, 2008, 9:06 pm #8

I did not know that Joy Merri had passed away when I finished the end credits of the film. I also happen to have known Sarah Navin (she replaced me as Tessie in the 3rd National Tour) and wanted to dedicate the film to her.

Julie
Check out http://friendsofbilly.com/FriendsF/view ... 6112#p6112 for my comments on this great documentary. :D In summary, I loved it!
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hollie
hollie

December 10th, 2009, 1:07 am #9

I did not know that Joy Merri had passed away when I finished the end credits of the film. I also happen to have known Sarah Navin (she replaced me as Tessie in the 3rd National Tour) and wanted to dedicate the film to her.

Julie
I am Joy's sister, I decided to google her to see what was posted about her and I came across this message. Thank you for you thoughts. It means alot to her family
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Callie
Callie

February 25th, 2018, 2:34 am #10

Was Joy’s real last name Merrill?? I am trying to find a friend from elementary school in NY. Let me know if you get this.
Callie
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