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An ordinary girl, Cathy, and that's why she succeeds

Maureen Cleave, The Evening Standard, 11 December 1965

CATHY McGOWAN'S career is based, when you come do think of it, on her very ordinariness. Most people get their jobs because of an ability that singles them out from the rest; Cathy must have got hers because Elkan Allan thought she was indistinguishable from all the other young girls who watched Ready Steady Go.

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