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After leaving Hollywood, Horne established herself as one of the premier nightclub performers of the post-war era. She headlined at clubs and hotels throughout the ., Canada, and Europe, including the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas, the Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles, and the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. In 1957, a live album entitled, Lena Horne at the Waldorf-Astoria , became the biggest-selling record by a female artist in the history of the RCA Victor label at that time. In 1958, Horne became the first African-American woman to be nominated for a Tony Award for "Best Actress in a Musical" (for her part in the " Calypso " musical Jamaica ) which, at Lena's request featured her longtime friend Adelaide Hall .

No doubt there will always be fans skeptical that a pair of glasses and a ponytail are enough to keep the world from discovering Supergirl’s secret, but McGrath’s not wrong when she urges viewers to consider the type of program they’re watching before scoffing too hard. After all, if you’re willing to believe a girl can fly, believing in the efficacy of a bargain-basement disguise should be a snap.

In her book, Fahs describes how Feiden then frantically called multiple police precincts, as well as the offices of Mayor John Lindsay and Governor Nelson Rockefeller, in order to report Solanas. Fahs reports that in one instance, she was met with the response, "You can't arrest someone because you believe she is going to kill Andy Warhol." 

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