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Celeste Yarnall has Died at 74


By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
October 9, 2018
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Celeste Yarnall, who appeared opposite Elvis Presley in Live a Little, Love a Little, had a memorable turn on Star Trek and donned a loincloth to play 'the original flower child' in the jungle-set cult classic Eve, has died last Sunday at her home in Westlake Village, California. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in November 2014 and turned to a crowdsourcing site to help pay her medical expenses. She was 74.

In Live a Little, Love a Little, also released in 1968, Yarnall played Ellen, a girl at a party who reasons she and Presley can't hook up because he's a Sagittarius. Undeterred, he tries to woo her by singing 'A Little Less Conversation'.

Elvis Presley and Celeste Yarnall in Live a Little, Love a Little. 
Elvis Presley and Celeste Yarnall in Live a Little, Love a Little.

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