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Julia Roberts and Sally Field compete in "curse-off" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" - CBS News

Julia Roberts and Sally Field compete in "curse-off" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" - CBS News

Mary Todd Lincoln (Sally Field) embraces her son Robert Todd Lincoln (Joseph Gordon Levitt) as he returns home.

Mary Todd Lincoln (Sally Field) embraces her son Robert Todd Lincoln (Joseph Gordon Levitt) as he returns home.

Sally Field looking fabulous at 66 via THR’s Actress Roundtable | Tom & Lorenzo (how young she was as Gidget and a Flying Nun)

Sally Field looking fabulous at 66 via THR’s Actress Roundtable | Tom & Lorenzo (how young she was as Gidget and a Flying Nun)

Sally Field.  A very good actress who is aging gracefully.  I think (and hope) it is mostly natural with make-up being the only "artificial" element.

Sally Field. A very good actress who is aging gracefully. I think (and hope) it is mostly natural with make-up being the only "artificial" element.

I love this photo of Sally Field. She always seems so genuine. - Ronni

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Sleeping Tricks

Sleeping Tricks

Sally Field c. At the end of an episode of "The Flying Nun" Sally wrote into her journal, "Dear Diary, sank into nothing." I'm not to sure what that meant but I have said it to myself a few sad times.

Carrie (Sally Field): "Don't you ever take off that stupid hat?" // Bandit (Burt Reynolds): "I take my hat off for one thing, one thing only." -- from Smokey And The Bandit (1977) directed by Hal Needham

Carrie (Sally Field): "Don't you ever take off that stupid hat?" // Bandit (Burt Reynolds): "I take my hat off for one thing, one thing only." -- from Smokey And The Bandit (1977) directed by Hal Needham

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