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By Albert Uderzo

The trail of real love by no means did run smoothly—especially while the sweethearts’ fathers have cut up their city in part. That’s the matter for Histrionix and the attractive Melodrama, son and daughter of 2 rival chieftains. So the star-crossed fanatics name in Asterix, Obelix, and Getafix to kind every thing out. Can the trusty trio convince the village to reunite? probably a few magic can help.

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Instead, she received her tips by hand or did not take them at all. She also refused requests to sing dirty songs or to accept dates. By this time, Billie was determined to make money standing on her feet, not lying on her back. She would not take money for prostituting herself. Club owners, customers, and many of the other singers thought that Billie was arrogant, allegedly prompting some of the girls mockingly to call her “Lady Day,” one explanation of how Billie acquired her famous moniker. Billie did not much care what others thought of her.

Because of his genuine concern for and loyalty to the people he handled, Glaser counted some of the biggest African American talents among his clients, including Count Basie and Louis Armstrong. ” Soon after opening, Holiday became ill and was replaced by the great blues singer Bessie Smith. It also became clear that Holiday was ill suited for the over-the-top musical delivery that people expected at these extravaganzas. Hoping to win her job back, Holiday was disappointed again when the management decided to keep Bessie Smith on permanently.

With money tight, Billie more than once went to the Roseland to ask her father for help: I used to go right down there and haunt him. Pop was in his early thirties then, but he didn’t want anyone to guess it—especially 20 BILLIE HOLIDAY the young chicks who used to hang around the entrance waiting for the musicians…. 10 Pleading with his daughter not to call him “Daddy,” Clarence gave Billie money perhaps just to be rid of her. By this time, though, those who knew them both understood that Clarence was Billie’s father.

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