March 2004
Daily Variety;3/24/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 63, p19
Trade Publication
This article pays tribute to costume designer, late Elois Jenssen who died on February 14, 2004; French chanteuse, late Ginette Marguerite Auger who died on March 14, 2004; documentary filmmaker, late Robert Snyder who died on March 21, 2004 and; French ballerina and choreographer, late Ludmila Tcherina who died on March 21, 2004. Ludmila Tcherina had was the star of Oscar-winning film "The Red Shoes" and Oscar-nominated picture "The Tales of Hoffmann." She starred in 22 films, published two novels and was an accomplished painter-sculptor.


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