Love Always: Sally Field

November 8, 2015

Gay, The Backlot, TV

by 11/6/2015 Presenting “Love Always,” a recurring feature in which we pay tribute to the women who helped shape our views on pop culture. This time we pay a 69th Birthday tribute to one of the true living legends of Hollywood, a woman who has been part of our lives for fifty years, and shows no signs of slowing down. From her early days as America’s Sweetheart on Gidget and The Flying Nun, to her stint as Burt Reynold’s on and off-screen significant other, to her Emmy and Oscar-winning rise as one our greatest actresses, Sally Field has been a constant reminder of what can happen when grit, talent, and immense likability combine. Seriously, has there ever been a more likable screen presence? The list of her accomplishments could go on and on, but here are just a few reasons why I will Love Always Sally Field. NORMA RAE

When it came to her film career in the 70’s, Sally had been relegated to Burt Reynold sidekick roles, Heroes (with Henry Winkler), and the odd but memorable relic Stay Hungry (which featured the first non-dubbed performance from Arnold Schwarzenegger). Norma Rae changed all that, and announced…



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