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Movie could pique interest in 'Great Gatsby' author's Rockville grave

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Peg Warshaw bent to collect coins that had fallen off the grave of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. The 71-year-old New Jersey resident carefully replaced them -- along with a pen, some loose stones and a one-ounce bottle of Seagram's 7 whiskey -- atop "The Great Gatsby" author's headstone. Warshaw made the pilgrimage Wednesday with her husband, Robert, and her brother, Andrew Fedlam, a Rockville...

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