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Like any good legend, the Green Fairy seems to be eternal.
The Art section of the site spotlights the great artists and their works (Picasso and others) from the past and present that were inspired by "The Green Fairy.
ALAN STARR Golcar Green fairy stories THE debate (about manmade climate change) is over says Chayley Collins of Meltham (Examiner, December 17).
She made a handful of movie appearances in the 1990s, with roles in 'The Delinquents' and 'Street Fighter,' playing a part as the Green Fairy in 'Moulin Rouge
SAN FRANCISCO, May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Get ready to rock 'n roll all night with the Green Fairy, as authentic French absinthe Le Tourment Vert will now be served at Hard Rock Cafes in the U.
Paul Verlaine, Arthur Rimbaud, Vincent van Gogh and Oscar Wilde were all notorious "bad men" of that day thought to be devotees of the tipple, also known as the Green Fairy.
They, too, purchased books illustrated by Randolph Caldecott, Andrew Lang, who produced the colour coded fairy book series: The Violet Fairy Book, The Green Fairy Book etc.
IN HIS ESSAY "On Fairy-Stories," Tolkien identified himself as one of Andrew Lang's intended audience (39)--he was born in 1892, in the same year as The Green Fairy Book, the third in Lang's series of 12 "color" anthologies of fairy tales.
It was boosted by TV ads in the 80s with the slogan "mild green Fairy Liquid".
Cue uniformed Plod wearing Marigolds getting serenaded by the CID: "Now hands that do dishes can feel soft as your face, with mild green Fairy Liquid.
There's even a cameo of Kylie Minogue as an alcoholic apparition - a green fairy, no less - before we get a thumping version of the CanCan.
Mild Green Fairy Liquid has retained its market leadership in washing up liquid for more than 30 years.