August 18, 2002 - A great article about Jay Sebring, entitled;
"Message in a Shampoo Bottle". By Mary Tannen,
NY Times. [You have to have an account with the NY Times to view, it's
August 9, 2002 - Sharon was taken from us, 33 years ago today.
7/1/02 - Accompanying an article
about Kelly Osbourne - Daughter of Ozzy Osbourne, and one of the stars of
MTV's The Osbournes - in PEOPLE magazine, was a photograph
of Kelly in her bedroom where photographs from Valley of the Dolls
and specifically of Sharon Tate adorned the walls. There was no mention in
the article about Kelly's interest in Sharon but you can certainly see that
she is a fan of the sixties and her bedroom is very influenced by Valley
of the Dolls. The Osbournes is the highest rated program ever
on MTV in it's history. It follows the everyday life of rock star
Ozzy Osbourne, his wife Sharon, and two of their children - Kelly and Jack.
[Click on the photo to see the enlargement of Sharon on Kelly's
6/28/02 - Leslie Van Houten
was denied parole for the 14th time.
- Debra Tate would like to congratulate Roman Polanski for being
awarded the Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) for "The Pianist," at the 55th Cannes
Film Festival, which was held Sunday, May 26, 2002 in Cannes, France. The
Palme d'Or is the highest award given at Canne. Visit their official site:
Cannes Film Festival Winners
Polanski wins Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival
5/23/2002 - Leslie Van
Houten appeared in the courtroom of San Bernardino Superior Court Judge
Bob N. Krug, to ask that he review the decision of the California Board of
Prison Terms, denying her parole.
January 21, 2002 -- This site was submitted to Webbieworld.
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Sharon high on the list!
December 7, 2001 -- Los Angeles, CA.
Sharon Tate was honored with "The Bronze Halo" and "The
Golden Halo" Awards from The
Southern California Motion Picture Council. The Awards are for "The Highest
Achievement in The Film and Television Industry" and was given to Sharon
by her peers. Debra Tate accepted on her sister's behalf.
Hal Gefsky was Sharon's agent. Hal and Debra had not seen each other for
decades and it was a wonderful reunion. Hal was bestowed the "Humanitarian
Award" by the SCMPC. In his small acceptance speech, Hal simply said;
"Thank you for this award, and I'd like to especially Thank You for
acknowledging Sharon Tate."
Ballroom of the Sportsman's Lodge in LA.