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- May 02, 1994
- Vol. 41
- No. 16
Picks and Pans Review: Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All
On the threshold of her 100th birthday (phone Willard!), august Lucy Marsden sits swamped with memories in a retirement home in the South. She earns the distinction of the title by virtue of having married, at the tender age of 15, a Civil War veteran (a bushy-bearded Donald sutherland) older than her parents—a man who eventually becomes a living monument. Her husband, who is a little addled with ghosts from the past himself, fathers six children with her. Diane Lane plays Lucy the younger; Anne Bancroft plays Lucy the elder.
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