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Subject: (Not so) FUN FACT: According to his book, Evans was contacted by Sharon Tate and asked to be her houseguest on the evening (August 9, 1969) she was killed, ..but he had to decline. Robert Evans outlived the event by 50 years, dying peacefully in his own bed. ...

She then invited Jay Sebring, whose fate was sealed.
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Date Posted: Monday, October 28, 12:45:36pm
In reply to: Dies at 89 's message, "Robert Evans, actor, producer, former chief of Paramount" on Monday, October 28, 10:14:25am

Evans produced Sharon Tate's husband Roman Polanski's film, "Rosemary's Baby" (1968).

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Robert Evans had one of the shortest Hollywood marriages when he inexplicably married Catherine Oxenberg just 6 weeks after suffering a stroke -the union annulled after only 10 days. It was while in hospital, he witnessed Frank Sinatra's death in the next room. Evans later said it was an event that profoundly affected him, and furthered his desire to recover.Monday, October 28, 12:53:00pm
Vincent Bugliosi said half of Hollywood claimed they were invited to Tate's house but "declined" (NT)Steve McQueen and John Phillips to name a fewMonday, October 28, 05:59:01pm

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