|Revlon's Satin-Sat hairspray ad|
"On a bed made of money", replies Don Draper in one of the many brilliant episodes of iconic TV series Mad Men.
Now the question is whether also former model, actress and socialite Gita Hall May may be able to respond the same.
As readers will remember, earlier this year the IPKat reported news (here and here) of the lawsuit that Ms May, now 79, filed against against Mad Men producer Lionsgate over the TV drama's award-winning opening credits.
|Mad Men's opening credits|
Accompanied by the instrumental song A Beautiful Mine by RJD2, the TV series opening sequence includes the image of a businessman falling through skyscrapers and buildings against a backdrop of more than forty period advertisements from the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Among other things, there suddenly appears a cropped version from a 1950s photograph of the plaintiff that legendary Richard Avedon took for the Revlon's 'Satin-Set' hairspray ad.
|That's it: case closed|
However, her expectations suddenly dissolved yesterday, when she discovered via The Hollywood Reporter that the parties have concluded a settlement agreement.
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