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Steel Magnolias, by
Its Ok...
Saturday, February 1, 2003
4.0
THis is from a girls point of view but I liked the show and it was well worth my 14 dollars.and the mother daughter pair,M'LYNN & SHELBY,where awsome!CLAIREE & OUWEEZER got me laughing with there friendly fude. TRUVY & ANNELL'S Partnership was exelent and if it where MY weding day I would have the girl who played TRUVY do my hair.IM NOT IN THIS SHOW!!!And Theaterreview,I could also see the pictures on the wall!Get some Glasses

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