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A Sally Field Day

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5b2be8684488b3000926c8ef-original.jpg, which doesn't seem to share's compunction to snicker at celebrity-offspring who are barely 18, shares a bit of news about a flack's efforts to spread the word about a couple of aspiring socialites, including Sam Greisman, who, apparently, is Sally Field's son.Upon reading about the publicist's efforts on Greisman's behalf, we felt an odd sense of recognition. Why, last week we'd just read a profile of Sam's (half?) brother Peter Craig, in the March 27, 2005 issue of the Los Angeles Times about his career as a successful novelist.

Perhaps Sam should sign up with Peter's publicists...